March 26, 2015 /3BL Media/ - The Sanofi Season of Solidarity (SSOS) 2014 – Volunteering to Support a Healthier Community – was a tremendous success thanks to the passion and participation of nearly 2,000 Sanofi employees in North America under the guidance of NA Corporate Social Responsibility.
Sanofi Pasteur has a long history of supporting nonprofits that offer local children healthy beginnings, such as Pocono Alliance and its Healthy Start Early Childhood Screening program. This free program, funded by both Sanofi Pasteur philanthropic support and the company-spearheaded Pocono Mountains Community Fundraiser, provides early detection of a child’s vision, hearing, speech, and motor skill impairments, as well as any social, emotional, or developmental issues. Those screening results are obtained in just 30 minutes.
Today’s inquisitive children are tomorrow’s scientists. That’s a vision shared by both Sanofi Pasteur and Pocono Environmental EducationCenter (PEEC), a non-profit organization and education partner of the National Park Service that focuses on the enjoyment and study of nature. So Sanofi Pasteur helped fund the program costs of PEEC’s SCI Q II, an intensive lab and field-based, week-long camp that encourages scientifically gifted middle- and high-school students.
Sanofi Pasteur contributes $350,000 to local college science labs and classrooms
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Building on its foundation of support for Northampton Community College (NCC), Sanofi Pasteur provided early and significant funding for the College’s new Monroe County campus in Tannersville. The company’s donation of more than $350,000 underwrote NCC Monroe’s science labs and classrooms on the third floor of the Kapp Hall academic building.
A Cause for Celebration -- Sanofi Pasteur employees gather at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr. Celebration Breakfast. Once again, Sanofi Pasteur was the lead corporate philanthropic sponsor for the event, which featured performing and visual arts contributions from area students, remarks underscoring the importance of Dr. King’s philosophies and legacy, and more than 450 community leaders in attendance.
When Pocono Mountain High School student Dan Serfass set out to conduct a microbiology research study for his class assignment, he didn’t know he would have the opportunity to work alongside a biomedical sciences expert to complete the task.
- Employees and contractors celebrate two decades of delivering essential items to Monroe County Head Start children and families -
East Stroudsburg, Pa., December 18, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of Sanofi, announced today that its employees and contractors collected and hand-delivered truckloads of gifts, non-perishable food items, gently used clothing and supermarket gift cards to Pocono Services for Families and Children (PSFC). This year’s “Adopt-a-Family” holiday drive marks the 20th anniversary of the generous tradition, which has supported hundreds of Monroe County Head Start children and families since its inception.
More Than $83,000 Raised Benefiting Boys & Girls Clubs of NEPA, Employment Opportunity and Training Center, and Marley’s Mission
SCRANTON, PA, September 18, 2014 /3BL Media/ – Tonight VaxServe, Sanofi Pasteur, and hundreds of community enthusiasts continued their commitment to assisting local children in need at the seventh annual Lackawanna County Community Fundraiser.
The “Jazzin’ It Up” initiative – held at POSH – raised more than $83,000 to benefit the Boys and Girls Clubs of Northeastern Pennsylvania, EOTC (Equal Opportunity Training Center) and Marley’s Mission -- three Lackawanna County organizations that assist children and families at risk through educational, developmental and therapy programs.
July 31, 2014 /3BL Media/ - Earlier this month, at the 11th annual Pocono Mountains Community Fundraiser, Sanofi Pasteur executives revealed more than $2 million has been raised through its ongoing signature fundraising programs. These programs benefit critical Pennsylvania community non-profit organizations.