Applying for a Grant
Lilly provides grants and charitable contributions for healthcare professional education, patient advocacy and consumer education programs in a variety of therapeutic areas through the Lilly Grant Office. Regardless of whether CME or CE credits are offered for healthcare professional participation, Lilly expects that the same high standards apply for all independent educational activities for healthcare professionals.
Additionally, Lilly has entered into partnerships and alliances with other pharmaceutical companies and established grant offices to support continuing medical education for healthcare professionals in specific therapeutic areas.
The application process for all of our grant offices is online. Detailed information about how to register and apply, including documentation requirements, review process, and decision notification, is available in each of the online grant application and management portals.
We welcome requests from outside the United States for most multi-national grants. However, at this time the online application portal cannot be utilized for: (a) country-specific grants in any country and (b) multi-national grants for Canada, Japan and China. Please contact the Lilly office in the appropriate country for assistance.
Any organization found to be listed on the Office of Inspector General's List of Excluded Individuals/Entities (OIG LEIE) or the General Services Administration Excluded Parties List System (GSA EPLS) will not be allowed to receive a grant. Requesting organizations will be required to accept all terms and conditions of the grant application process.
Lilly Grant Office
Eli Lilly and Company is committed to improving patient care and providing valuable information to the medical and broader healthcare community. Lilly accepts requests for healthcare professional education, patient advocacy and consumer education programs. Our areas of focus include: autoimmune, endocrine, neurodegeneration, neuroscience - migraine and headache disorders, and oncology.