Each year, Boston Children's has more than 660,000 patient visits—from every U.S. state and nearly 100 countries. Ranked as the #1 pediatric hospital in the country, Boston Children’s also has the world’s largest, most respected research enterprise at a pediatric medical center. For more than 150 years we have continued our important mission—caring for children and families. Our patients' needs are at the center of all we do.
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Corporate Philanthropy is critical in providing world-class pediatric care and accelerating research for new treatments and cures. Our corporate contributors support a wide range of programs, from our Rare Disease Center to our Community Health initiatives addressing needs of at risk children and families in our communities.
COVID-19 has challenged us all. Never has there been a more urgent time for your philanthropic partnership. We welcome your involvement as we continue to support the children and families who need us most.
Below are a few highlights demonstrating the impact of corporate giving. You can also view our full corporate donor listing.
Biogen’s philanthropic partnership came at a critical time during COVID-19. Their support of the Critical Care, Anesthesia Perioperative Extension (CAPE) and Home Ventilation Program enables high quality, coordinated care to assist families and improve the lives of children who need long-term ventilator assistance at home. Biogen’s support is having a vital impact on children with complex medical needs and families caring for them.
Bain Capital has supported various Boston Children’s programs for more than 20 years. Their employees fundraise and attend our annual Eversource Walk for Boston Children’s Hospital, Champions for Children’s, and Corporate Cup. All of their fundraising efforts support the hospital’s greatest areas of need through the Every Child Fund.
By establishing the F.W. Webb Extraordinary Needs Fund for Military and Veteran Families, F.W. Webb Company supports military and veteran families at Boston Children’s. The fund addresses urgent needs, like keeping the lights on, and helps families cope with financial emergencies so they can concentrate on what matters most—helping their sick child.
Ford Motor Company Fund
Through support of the Blood Donor Center and the Bloodmobile Program at Boston Children’s, The Ford Motor Company Fund is helping to ensure ongoing and adequate blood supply for the highest quality of care and outcomes for children undergoing procedures at the hospital. The fund also supports the Boston Children’s Patient Parking & Transportation Program, helping patients and families in financial need get to and from the hospital for care.
New Balance Foundation
New Balance Foundation established the New Balance Foundation Obesity Prevention Center at Boston Children’s in 2011, creating an impactful partnership reaching thousands of children. Read more »
The Walt Disney Company
As part of Disney’s initiative to children’s hospitals around the globe, we were thrilled to announce the new Disney partnership with Boston Children’s. Read more »
Leading the Way in Digital Wellness
The Digital Wellness Lab brings together science-based solutions and information about the effects of digital technology on children’s brains, bodies, and behaviors. Learn how to make the most of technology and media to raise healthier, smarter, kinder kids. Supporters include Harvard Pilgrim Health Care/Tufts Health Plan, Facebook, Walt Disney Television, Amazon Kids, Sesame and more. Learn more here.
Helping Vulnerable Families
Knowing the well-documented link between food insecurity and child health, Boston Children’s developed programs and resources to support the urgent needs of the most vulnerable children and families through our community health Initiatives and Primary Care Center interventions.
Next Generation Medicine & Science
As the primary pediatric teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School, Boston Children’s is a leading educator of the next generation of medical and scientific professionals. Corporate supporters help fund a wide variety of fellowship programs.