Collaborating to improve patient health


Our roots in the communities we serve run deep. As an organization dedicated to enabling Canadians to have greater control over their health and live life to its fullest potential, Teva Canada Innovation supports the causes, associations and communities that matter most to the patients and families we serve :

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

A highly-anticipated annual tradition, each year our employees come together for the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada’s MS Bike Tour, to raise awareness and funds for MS research. Teva Canada Innovation sponsors one of the largest teams in Quebec for this 150-km ride.

Teva Canada employees, along with members of our Shared Solutions® team also participate in the annual MS Society walk.

Centraide du Grand Montréal

Teva Canada Innovation is a strong supporter of Centraide du Grand Montreal. 65 per cent of Teva Canada Innovation employees participate in our annual fundraising campaign.

Teva Canada Innovation Green Team

With a commitment to promoting best practices that protect the environment, Teva Canada Innovation has developed an internal ‘Green Team’ dedicated to discovering new means to reduce, reuse and recycle resources. The Green Team encourages the participation of employees and their families, to demonstrate that the smallest personal and collective actions can contribute to maintaining the health of our environment.

Commitment to the Community

In addition to supplying both funding and products in partnership with proven social organizations, we encourage and create opportunities for our employees to volunteer their time and expertise to help our partners address social challenges worldwide. We are all members of the community in which we operate, and are committed to strengthening local social infrastructure. Together, we aim to create long-term, systemic change for patients most at risk.

Grants & Donations Eligibility Criteria

Teva will consider supporting a grant request for a targeted, identified project, study or other health-care related endeavor, received from eligible organizations such as public or governmental organizations, healthcare professional associations, patient advocacy groups, patient groups, and universities. Requests must be:

  • Formally submitted in writing on the organization’s legal letterhead;
  • Be endorsed by a representative of the potential recipient organization;
  • Describe the organization making the request;
  • Set forth a legitimate need;
  • Explain the purpose of the grant; and
  • Be forward-looking (grants may not compensate expenses already incurred by the recipient organization).
  • Formally submitted in writing on the organization’s legal letterhead;
  • Be endorsed by a representative of the potential recipient organization;
  • Describe the organization making the request;
  • Specify that the request is for a charitable donation;
  • Specify the amount of funding sought; and
  • Include a cost breakdown setting out the purpose of the donation or how the organization intends to use the donation

Reasons why applications may be declined:

Teva is committed to supporting innovative, high quality initiatives that provide patients and healthcare professionals with evidence-based, clinically-relevant, performance-based education, in order to advance healthcare practice and improve patient outcomes. Below are some common reasons for declining a request:

  • Incomplete grant proposal/insufficiently described needs assessment
  • Failure to submit the request at least sixty (60) days in advance
  • Scope of proposal not aligned with Teva's interest or compliance requirements
  • Reach is low in relation to the program cost
  • Multiple requests submitted for same event/program

Grants & Donations

Should you or your organization be interested in submitting a grant or donation request, please submit your proposal in writing to