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Since 1995, the CDC Foundation has made a direct and dramatic impact on public health by helping the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) do more, faster, to make the world healthier and safer.
As an independent, nonprofit organization established by Congress, we offer individuals and organizations a powerful way to participate in CDC’s mission. We unite a wide range of private sector partners with CDC scientists to achieve common goals.
Sometimes, these partnerships begin with CDC scientists who have ideas, but lack the resources to test and implement them. At other times, individuals or organizations that share a passion for CDC’s mission recognize that they can better accomplish their own public health goals by working through the CDC Foundation to engage and empower CDC scientists.
The CDC Foundation currently manages more than 200 programs in the United States and in 40 countries around the world. Our programs are as diverse as the expansive role of CDC in the global public health arena. Each of our programs involves a talented team of experts at CDC and at least one outside funding partner.
The CDC Foundation is fully accountable for monitoring the progress and success of all our programs. This focus on accountability offers partners the assurance that their investments are carefully protected. Please read more about our programs in the areas of global health; chronic diseases & birth defects; infectious disease; injury & violence; environmental health; training, education and advocacy; and emergency preparedness & response.
Business, Corporate and Corporate Foundation Partners
The following corporations, businesses and corporate foundations provided programmatic or unrestricted support to the CDC Foundation between July 1, 2007 and June 30, 2008. This is not a comprehensive list of CDC Foundation corporate partners. Many other partners continued to fund projects initiated in previous fiscal years.
* * AkzoNobel N.V. Amgen Foundation Arch Chemicals, Inc. Astellas Pharma US, Inc. Bank of America BellSouth Corporation Branford Festival Corporation Cargill Christine A. Koehler, Attorney at Law Citi GIFT, Inc. The Coca-Cola Company Coxe Curry & Associates Cubist Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Dell Inc. Digene/QIAGEN Corporation E.T. Enterprises Emergent BioSolutions Inc. ExxonMobil Foundation, Inc. Fallon Medica LLC GE Energy General Motors Corporation General Motors Foundation * * GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals SA Healthcare Performance Consulting, Inc Hewlett-Packard Company Höganäs AB John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Kimberly-Clark USA Medentech Ltd. Merck & Co., Inc. The Merck Company Foundation Microsoft Corporation Motorola Foundation Pfizer Inc The Procter & Gamble Company Richard T. Ryczek, Jr. LLC Safety Issues Publication, Inc. Spirit AeroSystems The UPS Foundation United Parcel Service USGlobalSat, Inc. YRC Worldwide Inc..