Building and sustaining long-term relationships worldwide by engaging local communities and supporting education, science and the arts.

PBI's Community Action Team volunteering

Coordinating Events to Raise Money for Local Charities

The employee-lead team at Promega Biosciences in San Luis Obispo, CA, supports local causes with events throughout the year. Full-time employees may also use four hours of paid time each month toward volunteer activities and have donations matched by Promega.

Threatened Ecosystems Supported by Revive and Restore's Efforts

Funding the Exploration of Biotech Solutions to Environmental Challenges

Our long-term vision of the future includes not only where Promega will be in 100 years but also how to improve the world in which we live now. Our company has donated $4 million to the Revive & Restore Catalyst Science Fund, exploring innovative solutions for endangered species and threatened ecosystems. Learn how biotechnology can advance the cause of conservation.

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The BioPharmaceutical Technology Center Institute (BTC Institute) is a not-for-profit organization that provides educational opportunities for a wide range of learners. Over its 30 year history, BTC Institute has served more than 100,000 students from upper elementary to college and graduate school, as well as teachers and career scientists from academia and industry. BTC Institute also hosts events such as the International Forum on Consciousness aimed at bringing together multidisciplinary experts and engaged members of the community.

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Promega Art Showcase

Hosted on the Promega Madison campus for more than 25 years, the Art Showcase is a quarterly exhibit featuring the work of local and international painters, photographers, sculptors and artists in many other media. The professionally curated exhibitions, which are free and open to the public, offer both well-established and up-and-coming artists a venue for their work, and provide an opportunity for the surrounding community to explore diverse perspectives. Showcase opening symposia consistently attract hundreds of art enthusiasts. An annual Promega employee art show supports a corporate culture that encourages creative expression.

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Today’s Learners, Tomorrow’s Leaders

Woods Hollow Children’s Center is located on the main corporate campus and serves Promega employees as well as families from surrounding communities. The nonprofit facility provides early childhood education and care for children 6 weeks to 10 years old and is fully accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Promega founded Woods Hollow in 1991 and has provided ongoing support ever since.

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Corporate Giving

We are passionate about supporting science, education and creativity, and funding organizations that meet the needs of our community and employees.