Established by Congress more than two decades ago, the CDC Foundation is an independent, 501(c)(3) public charity. For the twelfth year in a row, the CDC Foundation received a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator. Only 1 percent of charities rated have received 12 consecutive 4-star evaluations. To view our IRS listing, enter our federal tax ID number 58-2106707 using the exempt organizations select check tool.
FISCAL YEAR 2018
In fiscal year 2018, your support created innovative programs addressing our world’s most pressing public health issues, from a potentially game-changing approach to vaccine delivery to a 3-D body measurement tool that aids in getting a read on children’s health.
FISCAL YEAR 2017
In fiscal year 2017, you helped CDC advance important work—improving health in cities across America, preventing birth defects in children, strengthening global disease networks, and much more.
FISCAL YEAR 2016
In fiscal year 2016, you made it possible for CDC to respond to global threats like Zika, fight antimicrobial resistance, improve the health of America’s largest cities and strengthen networks of public health leaders.
FISCAL YEAR 2015
In fiscal year 2015, your support helped CDC confront the largest Ebola epidemic in history—and the power of your philanthropy—saved lives in West Africa, America and around the globe.
FISCAL YEAR 2014
In fiscal year 2014, our work ranged from strengthening surveillance networks for vaccination campaigns in Africa to optimizing the safety of programs that focus on teen drivers in the United States.
FISCAL YEAR 2013
In fiscal year 2013, public-private partnerships made a significant impact in helping to address urgent health priorities that protect citizens, businesses and communities in the United States and around the world.
FISCAL YEAR 2012
In fiscal year 2012, your support helped us launch a campaign to encourage baby boomers to get a hepatitis C test, organize initiatives related to tobacco surveillance and control and continue many activities that improve human health.
FISCAL YEAR 2011
In Fiscal Year 2011, you helped CDC make real progress in fighting global disease and death from tobacco use, malaria, pneumococcal disease, viral hepatitis, and the health consequences of large-scale disasters