Grants of up to $50,000 to USA nonprofit organizations to serve individuals with sleep disorders. Funding is intended to support programs that improve the lives of people with sleep disorders and excessive daytime sleepiness as well as their families and caregivers. Applications that focus on one or more of the following categories will be accepted:
Programs that support persons with rare neurological diseases to live fuller, more engaged lives
Programs that address the psychosocial challenges faced by persons with sleep disorders or rare neurological diseases who experience EDS, or their caregivers
Programs that improve the overall support of family members of persons living with rare neurological diseases
Creation of educational materials to increase awareness and decrease time to diagnosis of rare neurological diseases
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Eligibility Criteria" for clarification)
Additional Eligibility Criteria
Patients at the Heart awards are presented to nonprofit organizations that are working to support and address the challenges of people living with sleep disorders and rare neurological diseases who experience excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS).
Applicants must be a 501(c)(3) or similarly credentialed nonprofit organization.
Collaborative proposals between individuals and/or advocacy/community groups and/or academic institutions and/or medical societies are allowed.
Proposals that include any of the following will not be considered:
- Programs that reference Harmony Biosciences products or product candidates, or seek to measure the impacts of Harmony Biosciences products
- Organizations that discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, religion, sexual orientation, or disability
- Funding for events or programs that have aIready occurred
- Political organizations, campaigns, or direct lobbying activities
- Religious organizations or groups whose activities are primarily sectarian in purpose
- Programs or proposals that supplement an organization's income or offset its expense in a manner that benefits, directly or indirectly, a healthcare provider's compensation
Harmony Biosciences cannot fund projects that will provide a benefit to Harmony Biosciences other than the "incidental and tenuous" benefit that Harmony Biosciences receives in the form of goodwilI, name recognition, and publicity.
Harmony Biosciences has two open application periods for Patients at the Heart in 2023:
- February 28 – May 26: Notification sent to awardees by July 2023
- June 1 – August 25: Notification sent to awardees by October 2023
Applicants may submit more than one application.
Estimated Size of Grant
No minimum funding amount; maximum funding request per application: $50,000.