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grants, sponsorships and charitable contributions

Driven by a passion to improve lives by developing new medicines for individuals living with rare neurological diseases, Ovid is committed to offering financial support to various activities and organizations who share our vision.

Ovid will consider requests for grants or sponsorships to advance medical and disease education, sponsorships, and charitable donations to non-profit organizations to advance patient experiences and outcomes, and to address unmet needs for patients and families living with rare neurological disorders:

Ovid offers support to non-profit organizations to support initiatives, institutions, or other community needs.
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Ovid values our patient advocacy groups and the impact advocacy events have on the rare disease community. We support nonprofit organizations with a shared mission to connect rare disease families and stakeholders.
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Charitable Contributions
Ovid is proud to partner with non-profit organizations to support initiatives, institutions or other community needs that benefit rare disease patient networks and drive awareness of rare neurological diseases.
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If you have any questions regarding Ovid’s grants, sponsorships or charitable contributions policies in general, please contact We anticipate a response within 5 business days.



Charitable contributions

The Ovid team is driven by the passion to improve the lives of patients and caregivers by working to develop new medicines for people living with rare and serious illnesses. As part of this drive, Ovid aims to positively impact the lives of patients and communities through commitment of financial support to various activities of non-profit health and education organizations.

Generally, these do not include contributions to individuals via scholarships or physician practice, loans, trips, endowments, religious organizations, capital requests, or requests from political groups. All funding must be consistent with Ovid’s focus on rare neurological diseases. Funds from Ovid must only be used only for the activity that is being applied for. For questions, please contact »