Teleflex Foundation

The Teleflex Foundation exists to create an impact on the quality of life in Teleflex communities. We accomplish this goal by supporting programs that have the commitment and volunteer involvement of Teleflex employees.

The Foundation encourages the philanthropic spirit of Teleflex employees through its matching gifts and team volunteer programs along with its annual Make a Difference Cash Grants program. These initiatives align employee-driven giving with our mission of improving the health and quality of people’s lives around the globe.

As an employee-driven giving program, the Teleflex Foundation does not accept unsolicited grant requests.

These are examples of non-profit organizations that the Teleflex Foundation has supported:

Americares Emergency Response Fund (Disaster Relief)

Americares is a global organization that supports people affected by disaster or poverty.

Allergy & Asthma Network

The Allergy & Asthma Network aims to end suffering and deaths at the hands of allergies, asthma, and related conditions.

ALS Association Greater Philadelphia

The ALS Association Greater Philadelphia Chapter works to research treatments and a cure for ALS and raise awareness about the disease itself. They also provide support and resources to people within the region affected by the disease.

Alport Syndrome Foundation

ASF is devoted to conquering Alport Syndrone and, in the meantime, improving the lives of those affected by the disease.

Autism Society of North Carolina

The Autism Society of North Carolina works to support individuals with autism and their families.

Bringing Hope Home

Bringing Hope Home supports families struggling with cancer by providing them with financial assistance for essential household medical bills.

Caring House

Caring house provides an affordable, supportive community and place to live for patients at Duke Cancer Institute.

CHERUBS, The Association of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Research

CHERUBS  is devoted to helping families who suffer from CDH to live better lives through a variety of support services. CHERUBS also supports research efforts to find the cause of CDH and the best prevention and treatments for it.

Cure Alzheimer's Fund

The Cure Alzheimer’s Fund sponsors research on how to prevent, slow, and reverse Alzheimer’s disease.

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s mission is to find a cure for Cystic Fibrosis and support people suffering from the disease.

Edith’s Closet

Edith’s closet is an organization that provides hospital-appropriate clothing to critically ill infants as way to restore normalcy to their lives.

Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) Foundation

The ENA Foundation assists persons interested in the discipline of emergency nursing by providing educational scholarships and research grants.

Feed My Starving Children

Feed My Starving Children works to end global hunger by donating meals to hungry children worldwide.

Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics

FAST funds research surrounding treatments for and a cure to Angelman Syndrome.

Greener Partners

Greener Partners believes that good food equals good health; they work to increase public access to fresh foods, particularly in underserved communities.

Head Strong Foundation

The HEADstrong foundation helps support cancer patients and their families by subsidizing necessary household expenses.

IM Able Foundation

The IM Able Foundation empowers persons living with physical disabilities to live active lives.

Inglis House

Inglis offers housing and other support services persons living with physical disabilities in order to help them lead independent and fulfilling lives.

Jack Marston Melanoma Fund

The Jack Marston Melanoma Fund works to raise awareness about the risks of melanoma and fund impactful research related to the disease.

The Jimmy Fund
The Jimmy Fund raises money to benefit cancer patients across the globe—they donate to adult and pediatric cancer care services as well as research initiatives.

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

The JDRF is devoted to fighting Type 1 diabetes through the research of promising treatments and cures.

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society South Central Texas

LLS is dedicated to curing leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease, and myeloma as well as ensuring treatment access for all blood cancer patients.

Lung Transplant Foundation

LTF works primarily to fund research related to a common disease acquired by lung transplant recipients, chronic rejection (or BOS); this is part of a larger goal to improve outcomes for lung transplant recipients.

March of Dimes

The March of Dimes is an organization devoted to fighting birth defects, infant mortality, and premature births.

National Alliance on Mental Illness

NAMI works to help build better lives for people suffering from mental illness.


National Multiple Sclerosis Society

The National MS Society wants to actualize a world without MS—as they try to bring about this vision, the Society helps people affected by the disease live their best lives.

Opportunity International (Community Health Facilitators and Healing Fields Initiative)

Opportunity International provides micro financing support to entrepreneurs in developing nations—largely women—who are trying to work their way out of poverty.

Orchid Bloom

Orchid Bloom supports families with Cerebral Palsy by connecting them to useful resources and raising awareness about the disease.

Pretty in Pink Foundation

Pretty in Pink is a foundation based in North Carolina that aims to support uninsured and under-insured women fighting Breast Cancer.

Project Home

Project Home aims to address root causes of homelessness and poverty and implement programs that will empower individuals to break the cycle.

Receptions for Research, The Greg Olsen Foundation / The HEARTest Yard

The Greg Olsen Foundation supports families with children being treated at Levine Children’s Hospital for congenital heart disease.

Red Corner Benefit, Inc.

Red Corner Benefit supports Philadelphia-area children battling cancer—RCB raises funds to financially assist these families and to raise awareness for the diseases affecting them.

Rindge Firefighters Association

The Rindge Firefighters Association provides fire-fighting services to the town of Rindge, New Hampshire.

Ronald McDonald House Chapel Hill

The Ronald McDonald House provides a home away from home for families with sick children who want to stay close to their hospitalized child.

Seattle Children’s Hospital Foundation

This foundation supports the Seattle Children’s Hospital, which works tirelessly to care for sick children who come to seek treatment from all over the world.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure

Susan G. Komen for the Cure is a non-profit that aims to fight breast cancer globally and cure it for good.

Transverse Myelitis Foundation

The TMA is an international organization that supports children and families affected by rare neuro-immune diseases.

United Spinal Association

The United Spinal Association works to ensure the highest quality of life for people who have spinal cord injuries and disorders.

Worldwide Fistula Fund

The Worldwide Fistula Fund is devoted to preventing and treating childbirth injuries amongst African women.


Teleflex follows the AdvaMed Code of Ethics charitable giving guidelines.

Medical Education Grants

Teleflex provides grants to support education for healthcare professionals and clinical research.