The CDC Foundation helps public health associations, government organizations, universities and research institutions collaborate with CDC on research projects and other public health initiatives. By tapping into the expertise of CDC scientists and the capabilities of CDC's state-of-the-art research facilities, these organizational partners are able to accelerate or expand programs to address a variety of public health threats, as in the examples below. Whether it is analyzing the impact of industrial chemicals on our health or exploring the effectiveness of insecticide-treated bed nets against malaria in sub-Saharan Africa, organizations help CDC expand its field of research and reach specific communities more effectively with health messages and solutions.
Organizations may also help advance the mission of the CDC Foundation and improve public health by providing unrestricted support through the Annual Alliance .
How does your organizations’s mission relate to CDC’s work? To learn more about creating a program with CDC to protect health and safety – including addressing chronic and infectious diseases, injuries and violence, and environmental and occupational health concerns – contact the CDC Foundation's Office of Advancement .