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Process for Requesting Grants

BioMarin has automated the grant request process to an online tool — the BioMarin Grants & Charitable Contributions portal. The online process now includes:

  • Registration and login
  • Submission of grant requests and required supporting documentation
  • Summary page for grant activity and request status

Before accessing our online portal, please review the information below regarding registration, required documentation, review timing, and decision notification.

Requests originating outside the U.S. or Canada for country-specific programs cannot use this website. Please contact the local BioMarin or affiliate office.

Organization Registration and Login

Each requesting organization must register and create a log-in ID before submitting a grant request. Registration involves providing information about your organization, contact names and numbers, and creating a password to access the online portal. All documents must be uploaded directly into the system and in PDF format.

Requesting organizations are required to accept all terms and conditions of the grant request process in order to proceed with an application.

Registrations will be confirmed via email within 2 business days of submission.

Grant Request Submission

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For a grant request to be submitted and considered for funding, you must complete the online application and submit the following documents:

  • Detailed program description, including a description of how the funding will be used
  • Detailed line item budget
  • Program agenda
  • Learning objectives
  • W-9 form (domestic U.S. and Puerto Rican organizations)
  • IRS tax determination letter – if applicable

US/Canada: Due to the volume of requests received, requestors are required to provide this completed information at least 60 calendar days prior to the program date or this will result in the grant request not being processed or considered.

We will not accept any grant requests after the program date is past.

Any grant request submitted by an organization named on a debarment or exclusion list, including but not limited to, the U.S. Office of Inspector General’s List of Excluded Individual/Entities (OIG LEIE) or the U.S. General Services Administration Excluded Parties List System (GSA EPLS), will be denied without consideration.

Grant Request Review

BioMarin will inform you about its decision as quickly as possible after the receipt of all required documentation. You can help minimize the review timeline by providing complete and accurate documentation in a timely manner.  If BioMarin does not receive all necessary documentation at least 60 calendar days prior to the date of your program, BioMarin will not accept your grant request for consideration.

Grant Request Status

You may check the status of all your grant requests by logging into the online portal.  Due to company policy and industry standards, your BioMarin field representative will not have access to this information.  You will receive email notification directly from BioMarin of its decision. Please do not consider any request approved or denied until you have received an email notification from BioMarin of its decision.

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BioMarin has automated the grant request process to an online tool — the BioMarin Grants & Charitable Contributions portal. The online process now includes:

  • Registration and login
  • Submission of grant requests and required supporting documentation
  • Summary page for grant activity and request status

Before accessing our online portal, please review the information below regarding registration, required documentation, review timing, and decision notification.

Requests originating outside the U.S. or Canada or EUMEA for country-specific programs cannot use this website. Please contact the local BioMarin or affiliate office.

Organisation Registration and Login

Each requesting organisation must register and create a log-in ID before submitting a grant request. Registration involves providing information about your organisation, contact names and numbers, and creating a password to access the online portal. All documents must be uploaded directly into the system and in PDF format.

Requesting organisations are required to accept all terms and conditions of the grant request process in order to proceed with an application.

Registrations will be confirmed via email within 2 business days of submission.

Grant Request Submission

For a grant request to be submitted and considered for funding, you must complete the online application and submit the following documents:

  • Detailed program description, including a description of how the funding will be used
  • Detailed line item budget
  • Program agenda
  • Learning objectives
  • EUMEA: Requestors are required to provide this completed information at least 30 calendar days prior to the program date or this will result in the grant request not being processed or considered.

We will not accept any grant requests after the program date is past.

Any grant request submitted by an organisation named on a debarment or exclusion list, including but not limited to, the U.S. Office of Inspector General’s List of Excluded Individual/Entities (OIG LEIE) or the U.S. General Services Administration Excluded Parties List System (GSA EPLS), will be denied without consideration.

Grant Request Review

BioMarin will inform you about its decision as quickly as possible after the receipt of all required documentation. You can help minimize the review timeline by providing complete and accurate documentation in a timely manner.

Grant Request Status

You may check the status of all your grant requests by logging into the online portal.  Due to company policy and industry standards, your BioMarin field representative will not have access to this information.  You will receive email notification directly from BioMarin of its decision. Please do not consider any request approved or denied until you have received an email notification from BioMarin of its decision.

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