Corporate and Foundation Partnerships
Children's Health Fund was one of Red Nose Day US's first partners when the intiative launched in 2015. In 2020/2021 the Red Nose Day Fund supports three main areas of planned activities:
- delivering multi-disciplinary, state of the art, patient-centered primary care to tens of thousands of homeless and poor children regardless of ability to pay;
- reducing health barriers to learning;
- improving health and well-being of all children through advocacy and public education.
The annual support from the ELMA Foundation has allowed CHF to reach ambitious milestones in our quest to impact more children with more services in more places as we continue to annualize growth through expanding our National Network, adding innovative programming, responding to public health crises and making sure the voices of children living in poverty are heard by the nation’s lawmakers.
With the support of PepsiCo Foundation, CHF launched the COVID-19 Community Emergency Response and Recovery Fund in March 2020. PepsiCo's grant allowed us to increase access to COVID-19 screening and testing. To date, Children’s Health Fund partners have screened 707,740 and tested 114,158 children and their families for COVID-19. The Fund allows us to increase access to COVID-19 screening and testing, helps address the emotional trauma children and families are experiencing, and helps mitigate financial challenges and lost learning opportunities, as well as supports our clinical partners in continuing to provide healthcare to children and families as they recover from the pandemic.
The Guardians of the Smile is a program developed by The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America® and Children’s Health Fund to teach children across the country about proper oral hygiene in fun and interactive ways. Guardian's grant supports CHF partners' dental programs across the country.
The grant from Robin Hood enables our New York program, Bronx Health Collective, to sustain high quality, compassionate, patient-centered healthcare to New York City's most medically underserved children and their families.
The ELMA Relief Foundation is supporting five of our federally qualified health center partners as they respond to COVID-19: the Chiricahua Community Health Centers, Inc. in Southern Arizona; Family Health Services health center in Southern Central Idaho; the Mississippi Children's Health Project in Clarksdale; the Trenton Children's Health Project at Henry J. Austin Health Center in New Jersey; and Nevada Health Centers.
With Sanofi's support, CHF will host a series of roundtables across the country to discuss community-driven solutions that address social determinants of health, the “conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work and age,” such as affordable housing, transportation, healthy food, and high-quality education--all instrumental in influencing health outcomes. The objective of these one-day convenings is to foster cross-sector partnerships with the goal of designing a response to a social determinant issue in that community. Sanofi is also CHF’s long-time Signature Partner for our Medical Home Initiative, which uses a high level of intensity and coordination needed by children with complex special health care needs. Sanofi’s current grant ensures that the fundamental services at the Trenton Children's Health Project at Henry J. Austin Health Center in New Jersey and the Children's Health Project in the District of Columbia remain at the highest levels of quality and are accessible to children and their families, regardless of where they live or their ability to pay.
Deerfield Foundation has been a supporter of CHF for more than 30 years. Their grant enables our New York program, Bronx Health Collective, to sustain high quality, compassionate, patient-centered healthcare to New York City's most medically underserved children and their families.
Novartis supports the COVID-19 Community Emergency Response and Recovery Fund, which was launched by CHF in March 2020. The Fund allows us to increase access to COVID-19 screening and testing, helps address the emotional trauma children and families are experiencing, and helps mitigate financial challenges and lost learning opportunities, as well as supports our clinical partners in continuing to provide healthcare to children and families as they recover from the pandemic.
Funding from MetLife Foundation supported two Children’s Health Fund programs in New York City as they responded to the social and emotional needs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic: the Bronx Health Collective, a federally qualified health center; and Healthy and Ready to Learn, a program that supports the health and wellbeing of elementary school children.
The Hearst Foundation supports CHF's two-pronged approach to meet the COVID-19 recovery needs of children in the communities CHF serves. These needs include basic needs that must be met as unemployment and financial instability remain an important force long after social isolation mandates are lifted, as well as the provision of trauma-informed care in both healthcare and educational settings.
With support from the Baxter International Foundation CHF will be able to sustain and expand Health-e-Schools, a nationally recognized telehealth program in rural McDowell and Avery Counties in North Carolina. This program brings access to primary and specialty care to all school children and staff through a telehealth model designed to reduce school absences, emergency department visits, and lost work days for parents.
The grant from the H&M Foundation supports advocacy for change in the states' legislatures to permit schools to bill Medicaid for medical services provided to students across the U.S., in order to mitigate students' health barriers to learning.
Through the sale of Caring Mill, a private label line of budget-friendly products that are eligible for FSA and HSA reimbursement, FSAstore.com the largest e-commerce retailer of exclusively FSA and HSA eligible health, wellness and medical products donates a percentage of every sale to support CHF's work.
Henry Schein has been CHF's "Signature Health Care Solutions Partner" since 2019. Support includes both a grant and in-kind medical and dental product donations.
Children’s Health Fund is a beneficiary of Project ThankYou. When someone joins Project ThankYou they will receive a ThankYou eGift that can be redeemed online for food and entertainment gift packs for well-known brands. For every new member of Project ThankYou, 20% of the fee will be donated to Children’s Health Fund’s COVID-19 Community Emergency Response and Recovery Fund. Project ThankYou memberships are being sold by Globalfaces Direct through door-to-door and other face-to-face campaigns.