Kaléo, the pharmaceutical company behind the Auvi-Q epinephrine auto-injector, announced a new program aimed at providing free auto-injectors to schools nationwide.
The program, called “Q Your School”, will provide up to four twin packs of Auvi-Qs per public elementary school per year along with trainers and access to educational materials on how to identify and respond to life-threatening allergic emergencies.
“There are nearly 6 million children, under 18, living with life-threatening allergies,” said Spencer Williamson, President and CEO of kaléo. “We are proud to offer the ‘Q Your School’ charitable donation program offering free AUVI-Q Auto-injectors to all public elementary schools across the nation.”
Schools receiving the stock epinephrine donations are under no obligation to accept marketing or product exclusivity requirements.
You can find the full text of the press release here.