Corporate & Foundation Support Help Make Childhood Possible
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Corporate and foundation support is at the core of The Children’s Inn’s ability to provide no-cost lodging and comprehensive support services while children participate in trailblazing clinical trials at the National Institutes of Health.
By supporting The Inn, you help us make childhood possible for, on average, more than 1,500 children and families who seek diagnoses, treatments, and cures for very rare and often serious diseases at the NIH each year. Since opening our doors in 1990, The Inn has provided comfort for more than 16,000 families.
Your support helps make critical clinical research at the NIH possible. Enrolling in a clinical study can feel overwhelming, but together, we work to ease that burden.
When The Inn provides free residential services, families can more easily afford the extensive travel and time commitments required to participate in clinical trials that can stretch across many years.
The supportive atmosphere at The Children’s Inn makes it comfortable for children and families to stay away from home for treatment provided by the National Institutes of Health.
How does supporting The Children’s Inn at NIH benefit your company and your employees?
The Inn’s corporate engagement program provides:
- Mission-centered alignment between your contributions and The Inn’s work;
- Opportunities for your employees to volunteer, demonstrate leadership, provide expert consulting services, raise funds for The Inn, have fun, and feel a renewed sense of mission and camaraderie;
- Sponsorship opportunities; and
- Recognition of your support for The Inn and your commitment to making childhood possible.
The Inn offers several levels of sponsorship. Learn more about available opportunities and join us as a partner in hope and discovery today!
Corporate Partnership Inquiry Form
The Children’s Inn salutes corporate and foundation donors whose generous $10,000 or more contributions support our work. You can view the full list in our Annual Report.