Terms and Conditions for Grants in Australia and New Zealand
Gilead supports many organisations and projects, but we are unable to fund all applications. Applying for a grant is not a guarantee of funding.
Grants are separate from the company’s commercial activities, and sales and marketing personnel are not involved in grant decisions. Grants are not connected to or conditioned upon purchasing, prescribing, recommending or otherwise supporting Gilead products.
The Gilead Corporate Grants program is administered in accordance with federal and state laws, including Section 6002 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (also known as “OPEN PAYMENTS” or the “Physician Payments Sunshine Act”). Under these regulations, certain grant payments may be subject to reporting to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), who will make the details available for public viewing on its website. To learn more, please click here.
By Submitting an Application, an Organisation Agrees:
- To use any support provided solely for the project described in the funding request, and to return any unused funds to Gilead
- To exercise full control over the supported project, including selection of speakers and attendees
- To disclose to project participants that Gilead provided financial support and, if applicable, whether any unapproved uses of products will be discussed
- To provide documentation, at Gilead’s request, demonstrating that funds were used as intended and that the project achieved its stated purpose
- To not use any support provided to discriminate against a person or group on the basis of age, political affiliation, race, national origin, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, disability, sexual orientation, HIV status or religious belief.
Grant funding is primarily awarded for direct programmatic support. Gilead generally does not provide grant support for indirect costs of an organisation or activity.
Grants may not be provided:
- To pay for patient care or treatment and/or prescriptions
- To pay for general operating expenses or purchase of standard equipment or hardware
- To support a healthcare practitioner’s expenses for attendance or travel to educational programs
- To individual healthcare professionals or for-profit physician group practices
- To pay honoraria of healthcare providers employed by or affiliated with the requesting organisation
- To support the costs of government lobbying activities
- To compensate individuals who provide services to Gilead, such as speaking or advising
- To serve in lieu of a discount or price concession or as part of a contract negotiation
- To support clinical studies