PharmInvent like many other international organizations is very excited about taking part in philanthropy programs and projects which have a positive impact on our communities and environment. Within a short time of PharmInvent being incorporated, several social initiatives have started and are expected to continue indefinitely.
- Training Programs and Internships
We like to share our extensive knowledge and experience in pharmacovigilance and regulatory science with young trainees. Since 2011 we have been preparing training programs and internships for young people from Europe within the framework of the EU Leonardo da Vinci Mobility Program, Erasmus and Erasmus + Work Programme for VET Staff Mobility.
- Medical Faculty at the Charles University in Prague
We believe that children and young people are our future. Since our establishment in 2010 we have been supporting medical students of the Third Faculty of Medicine of the Charles University in Prague associated in TRIMED, a student organization founded by our CEO Dr Jan Petracek in 1997.
- Good Angel Foundation
We began supporting the Good Angel Foundation in 2016 with the goal of helping families who are living with a member who is suffering from a serious disease.
- Trees for Life
We realize that every piece of office paper that passes through our hands was once part of a living tree. As we are committed to preserving the planet as much as possible, we decided to take part in the social responsibility project organized by Office Depot, our supplier of paper. For every 50 parcels of PAPIRIUS or OFFICE DEPOT paper we use, one tree is planted and we got the Trees for Life Certificate.
- “I Add My Chair to the Circle”
We know that health is the most important value we all have. In 2017 students of GEVO introduced to us their viral campaign I Add My Chair to the Circle which aims to open the debate on mental health. Funds raised in the campaign are devoted to the educational activities of the National Institute of Mental Health. To support the campaign we helped students to introduce their campaign at our Annual Pharmacovigilance Seminar 2017.