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Helping you do more from North Carolina

We want to help Americans do more, feel better and live longer. This work starts one person, one community, and one story at a time.

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GSK Sites (in North Carolina)

+3,000

Number of employees living in state

$2,715,523

Charitable contributions

379

Academic and business relationships

*All data is current as of October 2016, except employee data as of August 2016.

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The kids of GSK

On National Take Your Child to Work Day, GSK sites opened their doors to over 500 kids and opened some windows to future careers in science!

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MLK Day at GSK

We honor the life of Dr. King and keep his legacy of respect, tolerance, inclusion and service to others at the forefront of the holiday by engaging in service projects with our local communities. 

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Doing more on Moore Drive in the Research Triangle Park

At 5 Moore Drive in the Research Triangle Park, we have more than 1800 employees who are delivering on our special purpose to help people do more, feel better, and live longer.

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Welcome to Zebulon – we’re hard to miss

We are the largest employer in Zebulon, which means there are quite a few people in this small town.

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Developing the first medicine against HIV

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Find out why Anne left Raleigh to climb 16k feet in Kenya

What took Anne, a Raleigh native, to a small town in Africa?

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Joe and Alvin are ready to go back to school in Durham

Joe Uva and Alvin Coleman work in our Research Triangle Park office. Normally, they spend their time focused on IT solutions for our Pharmaceutical business but every summer they prepare for one day in August when we help send Durham kids back to school.

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‘Driving’ local kids toward a career in science

Ten Boys and Girls Clubs throughout North Carolina get to spend a week with an interactive science vehicle through our partnership with the UNC Morehead Planetarium.

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Fostering wellness in Wake, Durham and Orange counties

There are approximately 1,400 young people in foster care in Wake, Durham and Orange counties in North Carolina, many of whom lack the kind of support networks other young people rely on to make a successful transition to adulthood. What are we doing to help?

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