Important Information
MS AND HEMOPHILIA EDUCATIONAL GRANTS
Now accepting Cycle B-2014 applications with event dates on or after August 31, 2014.
Please refer to the Cycle Calendar for more information regarding cycle deadlines and decision dates.
Grants Application Process
Step 1: Before You Begin
REGISTER: (first time user only): As a first time user, you will be required to create a profile for your organization

WHAT WILL I NEED?
  • Copy of your w9
  • Copy of your IRS determination letter
  • Copy of Articles of Amendments (if applicable)
Before You Begin
REGISTER: (first time user only):
As a first time user, you will be required to create a profile for your organization
Step 2: Grant Application

APPLY: Once a profile has been completed you will be asked to select your request type and answer questions based on your request.

WHAT WILL I NEED TO APPLY?
  • Event Title
  • Amount Requested
  • Agenda
  • Brochure
Please note that applications must be received at least sixty (60) days in advance of the date at which the requesting organization requires a funding decision.

REQUEST CONFIRMATION:
An e-mail notification will be sent to you when your application is received. Please reference the request number in all communications.
Grant Application
APPLY: Once a profile has been completed you will be asked to select your request type and answer questions based on your request.
Application Review & Decision
Biogen Idec will review each request to ensure that all requests meet appropriate criteria.
Grant Decision
Approval Notification: Applicants are notified by email regarding the decision of the Grant Committee. This information is not provided by telephone.
Implementation Phase
Biogen Idec may request periodic online updates during program implementation and may request additional status reports.
Reconciliation
Biogen Idec requires an accounting and reconciliation of all funded activities within 90 days of the completion of the activity
Biogen Idec supports patient education grants which provide meaningful opportunities to learn about their disease, gain knowledge about the treatment options and advocate for their health and well being.

Neurology

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Please click here to learn about the Multiple Sclerosis Patient Education Areas of Interest

Hematology

Hemophilia
Please click here to learn more about the Hemophilia Patient Education Areas of Interest

Please note that Patient Education should now be submitted using the Charitable Contribution application.