We’re proud to support the work of scientists, researchers, medical professionals and community-based organizations that are finding ways to help those in need and make a lasting, positive impact.
Genentech is committed to supporting our existing grantees during the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We understand that grantees will have their own challenges in adapting to rapidly changing events, and we will work to accommodate needs for the programs funded by Genentech.
If you are an existing grantee, please contact your Genentech representative with questions or to let us know if your program or event will be cancelled or postponed. If you are unsure of who to contact, please email [email protected] and we will direct you to the appropriate person.
Genentech is actively seeking applications for the following areas:
Click on a link below for more information and detailed instructions on submitting a Call for Grant Notification (CGN) application.
We’re interested in partnering with organizations that are committed to solving problems, measuring results, and improving upon their efforts. Beyond grants, we often offer expertise and volunteer support to our partners.
We support all stages of the STEM career pathway - from getting elementary-aged students excited about science, to increasing access to hands-on learning in high school, to providing undergraduate college scholarships. In addition, we support ongoing education and collaboration among the scientific and medical communities through grants to scientific meetings, independent medical education and fellowships for advanced study by clinical and research professionals.
If you are an organization in the Bay Area seeking a grant related to K-12 STEM education, please contact [email protected] before submitting a grant request.
We partner with organizations near Genentech sites to address pressing local needs.
Note: The funding application site does not support IE8 or earlier