At Pfizer, we think of corporate responsibility simply as how we do business. We believe that improving our impact on Irish society strengthens our company, reinforces our license to operate and fulfils our business purpose- to bring therapies to people that significantly improve their lives. In partnership with Irish public and private institutions, foundations, non-government organisations, and governments, we are working to meet the health needs of the underserved while investing in health of our communities and in the health of our business.
We strive to positively impact the health of people in Ireland, focusing on investing the full range of the company's resources - people, skills, expertise and funding - to broaden access to medicines and strengthen health care delivery for underserved people. Our philanthropy platform offers a coordinated approach to contribute to society beyond medicines:
- Treat: Improving access to medicines and health care services
- Teach: Expand health care worker training and patient education on disease prevention and treatment options
- Build: Strengthening the capacity of health care organisations to support prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care
- Serve: Advocating and sharing best practice to improve healthcare for the underserved.
In Ireland Pfizer actively supports a number of worthy causes in the community through its Contributions Committee. Help has been extended to local groups, patient groups, schools, clubs, charities, medical research and the arts.
To access the Pfizer Healthcare Ireland Patient Association Funding Disclosure 2017 click here.