Grant Programs

At Harmony Biosciences our culture is defined by our core values–keeping patients at the heart of everything we do, acting with integrity and ethics, working with a one-team attitude, leading the science as we identify clinical possibilities, and delivering excellence.

Harmony is committed to giving back to the communities we serve and considers grant requests for support of: patient advocacy organizations, charitable organizations, medical education and sponsorships, and our Patients at the Heart program.

Harmony does not provide grants to individuals unless an individual is acting as sponsor investigator of an investigator-sponsored study/research. No grants, sponsorships, or charitable contributions are offered or provided in exchange for endorsing or prescribing Harmony products or for a commitment to continue prescribing Harmony products. In other words, any quid pro quo is strictly prohibited.

Any funding provided by Harmony will be in compliance with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations.

Harmony’s Patients at the Heart Grant Program

The Patients at the Heart Grant is a competitive grant opportunity to fund innovative patient-centric programs for the narcolepsy community. Harmony has committed an initial $65,000 to this program, with grants being announced on World Narcolepsy Day on September 22, 2019, and awarded in the fourth quarter of 2019.

Details about the 2020 program will be available in the second quarter of 2020.

For questions and application submissions, please email

Patient Advocacy Grant Requests & Sponsorships

Patient advocacy or charitable organizations seeking funds from Harmony must submit a written request to that includes the following:

  • Letter describing the requesting organization
  • Proposed event or activities
  • Amount of contribution requested
  • Evidence that the organization is a bona fide non-profit, tax exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization in good standing
  • Written confirmation of tax-exempt status (W-9 or IRS letter)

Sponsorship requests will only be considered from organizations that are related to Harmony’s therapeutic areas of interest.

Medical Education Grants & Medical Sponsorships

Harmony may support certain third-party independent, scientific, and educational conferences or professional meetings provided that the conference or meeting content:

  • Contributes to the improvement of patient care or to the enhanced delivery of healthcare; and/or
  • Promotes or advances scientific and medical knowledge

Medical Education Grants can be in the form of:

  • CME accredited programs
  • Non-CME accredited programs
  • Support of independent initiatives (e.g., treatment guidelines, expert opinion papers, research-based career development grants)

Educational grants cannot be used to support:

  • Requests outside Harmony’s therapeutic areas of interest
  • Promotional/Sponsorship activities or exhibits
  • Payment for travel, lodging, or other personal expenses, including time for HCPs attending a medical education conference or professional meeting
  • Programs that have already occurred or for which content development has been completed

Submit requests for medical education grants and medical sponsorships to with the following information:

  • Objective
  • Educational needs assessment
  • Budget
  • Venue(s)/delivery mechanism (e.g., webinar)
  • Accreditation(s) status
  • Target audience
  • Date and timeline for execution
  • Additional sources of funding, if any