Charitable programmes and partnerships
We are committed to working in partnership with charities and community based organisations who reflect our key values, supporting programmes with a local, national or international reach.
Supporting our charitable partners through COVID-19
As well as using our science, technology, portfolio and resources to support development of products for prevention and treatment of COVID-19 and the overall global response, we are continuing to support our charitable partners through this challenging time with emergency funding, pro-bono support, employee donations and volunteering.
Our charitable partnerships
Learn more about how we support the health and wellbeing of the communities in which we live and work.
GSK IMPACT Awards
Our flagship charitable programme, which rewards organisations doing excellent work to support the health and wellbeing of their communities.
Nearly £7 million
to nearly UK 480 charities since 1997
Over $12 million
to over 280 US charities since 1996
At GSK we are committed to improving, and promoting, health and wellbeing across the UK. Learn more about each of our partnerships and the exceptional work they do within their communities.
Our global health programmes
Save the Children partnership
How we're working with Save the Children to help save the lives of 1 million of the world's most vulnerable children
Comic Relief partnership
We've joined forces with Comic Relief in a five-year partnership to help strengthen health systems’ ability to tackle malaria
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Improving health globally
Millions of people live with unmet healthcare needs. We want to help change this, using our scientific expertise, our partnerships and our global reach.
Inclusion and diversity at GSK
Our global approach to inclusion and diversity
To ensure we deliver high quality products to patients and consumers, we must protect the natural resources we need to make them today
Responsibility reports & data
Find out about our responsible business performance in our Responsible Business Supplement and other historical resources