Our programs are working to strengthen health systems and expand access to preventive and specialty care for complex and chronic conditions.
Our programs aim to improve access to high-quality care, reduce disparities in diabetes outcomes and provide peer support to help individuals manage their diabetes and improve the quality of their lives.
Our programs are working to reduce disparities in access to care and improve health outcomes for people living with HIV and addressing the opioid crisis and its effect on the spread of infectious diseases.
Around the world, our employees are passionate about giving back to their communities. Each year, our employees donate thousands of hours to help improve the health and well-being of communities through programs such as Merck for Mothers, the Merck Fellowship for Global Health and a range of volunteer activities.
Employees can take 40 hours of paid time off each year to volunteer with eligible nonprofit organizations and can donate their professional skills through virtual, short-term projects through a skills-based volunteer program.
Our Pro Bono Legal Program enables employees to offer expertise to members of the community that would otherwise be unable to access legal advice. Learn more about our program.
The Merck Fellowship for Global Health is a three-month, corporate pro bono program that leverages the skills and talents of our employees and helps build the capacity of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) working to improve global health.
Our company’s P4G matching gift program doubles the donations made by employees in the U.S. and Puerto Rico to causes that are important to them.
Through a dollar-for-dollar match of employee contributions, our company’s Foundation supports nonprofits that promote a healthier society, advance education, foster the arts, address the welfare of animals, and preserve the environment.
The Foundation also funds our Dollars for Doers program that matches 40 or more volunteer hours with a $500 cash contribution.