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When it comes to Sanofi’s first North America organization-wide volunteer initiative, employees have been all over the map this October – and making a difference in the best sense. For example, in Tucson, Sanofi R&D employees made “blood soup,” a tool used by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to educate patients about the composition of blood and leukemic cells. In Gainesville, Ga., a Merial team walked large dogs at the Hall County Humane Society and spread mulch in three dog runs. North of the border, a Genzyme Toronto, Canada, team assembled “fun” kits for children with hemophilia or other inherited bleeding disorders, and back in Cambridge, Mass., Genzyme, Global Oncology, Sanofi Pasteur and Sanofi R&D employees painted murals to brighten hospital walls.
All North American Sanofi employees were invited to participate, including those from Pharmaceuticals, R&D, Industrial Operations, Global Oncology, Genzyme, Merial and Sanofi Pasteur. The project focuses on connecti