Join Blythedale Children’s Hospital as a Corporate Partner and help provide the very best in medical, therapeutic and support services to some of the region’s sickest children. Your company’s donation will help change the lives of children with complex medical illness and disabling conditions by supporting Blythedale’s superb multi-disciplinary care, teaching, research and advocacy programs.
Becoming a Corporate Partner of Blythedale Children’s Hospital provides unique and exclusive benefits to your company, including:
Volunteer, Employee Engagement and Team Building Opportunities
We provide your company with customized volunteer experiences based on employees’ interests, skills and schedules.
Publicity and Recognition
Your company is recognized for furthering Blythedale’s mission in print, online and social media.
Invitations to Exclusive Events
Be our guest at one of Blythedale’s many special events during the year. Choose from joining us at our Spring Gala, Annual Golf Outing, Casino Night or the WCBS Holiday Spectacular.
We offer "Lunch and Learns” at your company’s office focusing on important and timely children’s health topics. Visit the Hospital and join us for Grand Rounds and other educational symposia with our staff.
Philanthropy from corporations is vital to Blythedale’s abilty to provide much-needed services to our patients and their families. Partnerships between Blythedale and corporate foundations are a true win-win situation: grant funding supports programs that ensure all children receive the treatment and clinical service enhancements that maximize their chances for positive long-term outcomes, while our philanthropic partners also achieve their goals of helping Blythedale patients as well as the broader community.
Blythedale welcomes support from corporate foundations for all of our essential services – including, but not limited to, our Social Work and Child Life programs, our Early Childhood Center, post-discharge Care Management, and more. Blythedale also collaborates with the Burke Neurological Institute to conduct research on improved treatment for children with neurological impairments at Blythedale Children’s Hospital.
Corporate support helps Blythedale to strengthen needy families whose children are our patients, providing targeted assistance and advocacy that prepare them for the many challenges ahead. Corporate support also contributes to meeting Blythedale’s needs for capital improvements, equipment, and endowment that by extension will allow us to meet the needs of medically complex children in the decades to come.
For further information, please contact Grant Writer Janine Annett.