Promega Corporate Giving
We are passionate about the advancement of science for improving life in the global community and maintaining deep-rooted ties for meaningful outcomes. We support the contributions of scientists today, with our 100-year vision for the future, so we can anticipate the long-term needs of the world tomorrow.
We look to support the needs of our community, our employee’s interests and wellness programs. In order to make our greatest impact, our areas of giving focus on science, education and creativity. We also value our community relationships and fund organizations whose work explores experimental initiatives.
Supporting science around the globe to change the world for the better.
Education Supporting educational and technological enrichment experiences.
Creativity Funding arts and cultural programs that spark creativity and innovation.
Revive & Restore
Promega has pledged $3 million to the nonprofit Revive & Restore Catalyst Science Fund.
Promega awarded $2,000 corporate sponsorships to ten international teams competing in the iGEM competition.
Cool Science Image Contest
Promega sponsors this annual competition challenging students, staff and faculty at the University of Wisconsin–Madison to capture and share compelling science images.
Guided by our philosophy that maintaining deep-rooted support cultivates more meaningful outcomes, we have committed to maintaining long-term ties within our communities that foster science, education and creativity.
BioPharmaceutical Technology Center Institute (BTCI)
This not-for-profit organization founded by Promega in 1993 and located on the Madison, WI campus provides educational, scientific and cultural enrichment experiences. Educational programs focus on the life sciences for a wide range of learners from upper elementary students to college and graduate students, as well as career scientists in academia and industry and the general public.
Woods Hollow Children’s Center
This fully accredited nonprofit early childhood education facility serves Promega employees as well as families from surrounding communities. Promega founded Woods Hollow in 1991 and has provided ongoing support ever since.
Promega Art Showcase
Hosted on the Promega Madison campus for more than 20 years, the Art Showcase is a quarterly exhibit featuring the work of local and international painters, photographers, sculptors and artists in many other media.
If you are interested in receiving support through Promega Corporate Giving, please review our application for funding to see if you qualify.