Patient organizations

Commited to patient interests

Patient organizations carry out meaningful work to voice patients’ concerns, represent their interests in the public arena and raise awareness. By doing so, they offer those affected and the people around them valuable support.

 

As a research-oriented company, Bayer makes a key contribution to enhancing health care and quality of life by helping prevent, diagnose, alleviate and cure illnesses. At the heart of these efforts are the patients.

 

Bayer shares the vision of patient organizations to sustainably improve the quality of life for those affected and provide them with swift access to innovative treatment options and health care services.

 

Our collaboration with patient organizations is transparent and based on our stringent ethical standards, with the organizations retaining their independence and neutrality.

 

Last year, Bayer (Schweiz) AG provided support to the following patient organizations:


 

Patient organization Our support

Swiss Blind Association (SBA)

www.blindsoccer.ch

CHF 5'000. for association activities

GIST

www.gist.ch

CHF 3'000. for a conference and continued training

Basel Cancer League (KLBB)

www.klbb.ch

CHF 30'000. for a project to establish an open information and meeting center for cancer sufferers and their relatives in Basel

Retina Switzerland

www.retina.ch

CHF 50'000.– for the organization’s general activities

Swiss PH Association for People with Pulmonary Hypertension (SPHV) 

www.lungenhochdruck.ch

CHF 3'000.– for continued training events, independent practical advice for patients seeking help, and the association’s educational work

The Swiss Hemophilia Society (SHG)

www.shg.ch

CHF 18'307.70 for educational work, events and training courses

The Swiss Heart Foundation

www.swissheart.ch

CHF 58'250.for public events, educational work and the "Know-understand-live better" platform

Associations Togo Openign Eyes

www.stiftung-togo.ch

CHF 10'000.– donation

 

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In 2019, Bayer (Schweiz) AG provided support to the following patient organizations:
 

Patient organization Our support

Swiss Blind Association (SBA)

www.blindsoccer.ch

CHF 5'000. for association activities

GIST

www.gist.ch

CHF 3'000. for a conference and continued training

Basel Cancer League (KLBB)

www.klbb.ch

CHF 30'000. for a project to establish an open information and meeting center for cancer sufferers and their relatives in Basel

KSiA – Kompetenzzentrum für Sehbehinderung im Alter

www.sehbehinderung-im-alter.ch

CHF 15'000. for training events

Retina Suisse

www.retina.ch

CHF 50'000.– for the organization’s general activities

Swiss PH Association for People with Pulmonary Hypertension (SPHV)

www.lungenhochdruck.ch

CHF 3'000.– for continued training events, independent practical advice for patients seeking help, and the association’s educational work

The Swiss Hemophilia Society (SHG)

www.shg.ch

CHF 16'000.– for educational work, events and training courses

The Swiss Heart Foundation

www.swissheart.ch

CHF 99'000.for public events, educational work and the "Know-understand-live better" platform

Dachverband angeborene Herzfehler

www.herznetz.ch

CHF 1'500.– for the Herznetztag 2019

Schweizerischer Blindenbund

www.blind.ch

CHF 8'950.– for the organization’s general activities

Stiftung Theodora

www.theodora.ch

CHF 8'000.– for the organization’s general activities

In 2018, Bayer (Schweiz) AG provided support to the following patient organizations:

 

 

Patient organization Our support

Sports Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired in preparation for the Paralympic Games (ASAP)

www.as-ap.ch

CHF 5'000. for association activities

DEBRA Switzerland

www.schmetterlingskinder.ch

CHF 5000. for the organization's general activities

GIST

www.gist.ch

CHF 3'000. for a conference and continued training

Basel Cancer League (KLBB)

www.klbb.ch

CHF 30'000. for a project to establish and open information and meeting center for cancer sufferers and their relatives in Basel

Competence Center for Visual Impairments in Old Age (KSiA)

www.sehbehinderung-im-alter.ch

CHF 15'000. for continued training events

Retina Switzerland

www.retina.ch

CHF 50'000.– for the organization's general activities

Swiss PH Association for People with Pulmonary Hypertension (SPHV)

www.lungenhochdruck.ch


CHF 4'500.– for continued training events, independent practical advice for patients seeking help, and the association’s educational work

The Swiss Diabetes Society

www.diabetesgesellschaft.ch


CHF 15'000.– for a “diabetes passport” smartphone app and information activities

The Swiss Hemophilia Society (SHG)

www.shg.ch


CHF 27'000.– for educational work, events and training courses

The Swiss Heart Foundation

www.swissheart.ch


CHF 89'000.– for public events, educational work and the “Know – understand – live better” platform

Congenital Heart Defects Umbrella Association

www.herznetz.ch

CHF 6'000.– for “Heart Network Day” 2018

Eleonore Foundation - Children's Hospital Zurich

www.kispi.uzh.ch

CHF 3’000.- for the “Konrad and the little fishes” book project

 

In 2017, Bayer (Schweiz) AG provided support to the following patient organizations:

 

 

Patient organization Our support

Sports Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired in Preparation for the Paralympic Games (ASAP)

www.as-ap.ch

CHF 5'000. for association activities

DEBRA Switzerland

www.schmetterlingskinder.ch

CHF 8000. for educational work

Endo-Help

CHF 10'000. for eduactional work

GIST

www.gist.ch

CHF 3'000.– for a conference and continued training

Basel Cancer League (KLBB)

www.klbb.ch

CHF 30'000. for a project to establish an open information and meeting center for cancer sufferers and their relatives in Basel

Competence Center for Visual Impairments in Old Age (KSiA)

www.sehbehinderung-im-alter.ch

CHF 5'000. for continued training events

Pharmacists without Borders

www.psf.ch/de

Medicines donated for people in need in Switzerland

Retina Switzerland

www.retina.ch

CHF 50'000.–for the organization's general activities

Swiss PH Association for People with Pulmonary Hypertension (SPHV)

www.lungenhochdruck.ch

CHF 5'500.– for continued training events, independent practical advice for patients seeking help, and the association’s educational work

Swiss Diabetes Society

www.diabetesgesellschaft.ch

CHF 21'000.– for a “diabetes passport” smartphone app and the "Prevention and movement” project

Swiss Hemophilia Society (SHG)

www.shg.ch

CHF 16'000.– for educational work and training events

Swiss Heart Foundation

www.swissheart.ch

CHF 80'000.for public events work and the "Know-understand-live better" platform

Swiss MS Society

www.multiplesklerose.ch

CHF 20'000.– for a continued training event

Foundation for Children with Cancer

www.stiftung-kinderkrebs.ch

CHF 3’000.- donation to support the foundation

Running for Dementia Patients Association

CHF 539.80.- to support dementia patients

 

In 2016, Bayer (Schweiz) AG provided support to the following patient organizations:

 

 

Patient organization Our support

Aargau Diabetes Society

www.diabetesaargau.ch

CHF 1'500. to send information materials to members

Association of Diabetics in Bernese Jura

www.diabetejurabernois.ch

CHF 300. to send information materials to members

The Jura Association of Diabetics

www.diabetejura.ch

CHF 220. to send information materials to members

GL - GR - FL Diabetes Society

www.diabetesgl-gr-fl.ch

CHF 600. to send information materials to members

Endo-Help

CHF 10'000. for educational work

Europa Uomo Schweiz

www.europa-uomo.ch

CHF 20'140. for an information brochure

GIST

www.gist.ch

CHF 8'000. for a conference and continued training

INRswiss

www.inrswiss.ch

CHF 1'300. for the annual convention

Basel Cancer League (KLBB)

www.klbb.ch

CHF 33'500. for the “Families with cancer” project and the “Coping” program"

Movember Europe

ch.movember.com

CHF 5'000. for research projects centering around men’s health

Retina Switzerland

www.retina.ch

CHF 43'250.– for information activities and public relations work

Swiss PH Association for People with Pulmonary Hypertension (SPHV)

www.lungenhochdruck.ch

CHF 14'000.– for continued training events, independent practical advice for patients seeking help, and the association’s educational work

Swiss Diabetes Society

www.diabetesgesellschaft.ch

CHF 15'000.– for a “diabetes passport” smartphone app"

Swiss Hemophilia Society (SHG)

www.shg.ch

CHF 23'000.– for educational work, a week of events, and anniversary activities

Swiss Heart Foundation

www.swissheart.ch

CHF 80'000.for public events work and the “Know – understand – live better” platform

Swiss MS Society

www.multiplesklerose.ch

CHF 20'000.– for a continued training event

The Solothurn Diabetes Society

www.diabetessolothurn.ch

CHF 650.– to send information materials to members

Theodora Foundation

ch.theodora.org

CHF 1'097.35 donated to support the hospital clowns

The Magic Lamp Foundation

www.wunderlampe.ch

CHF 5'000.– to make dreams come true

 

PP-OTH-CH-0074-1 2010