We invite your company to become a valued Corporate Sponsor by contributing $1000 to support our mission. With your generous sponsorship, you will join a select group of businesses dedicated to making a positive impact in the fight against Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH).
Our goal for 2023 is to build a strong team of 100 Corporate Sponsors, and we believe your company’s involvement can play a pivotal role in achieving this objective. By becoming a Corporate Sponsor, your organization will not only demonstrate its commitment to social responsibility but also contribute to crucial research, advocacy, and support services for CDH-affected families.
As a Corporate Sponsor, your company will receive recognition and visibility for its support, allowing you to showcase your commitment to making a difference in the lives of those affected by CDH. We will work closely with you to tailor sponsorship benefits that align with your business goals and values.
Together, let’s make a significant impact on the lives of CDH patients and their families. We eagerly await your partnership as a Corporate Sponsor and look forward to creating a meaningful and mutually beneficial collaboration.
If you’re interested in becoming a Corporate Sponsor or would like more information, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your sponsorship will contribute to the advancement of research, awareness, and support for the CDH community, making a lasting difference in the lives of those facing this challenging condition. Thank you for considering this meaningful opportunity to be part of our mission at CDH International.
In 1995, two determined mothers founded a charity with a simple yet profound mission: to support the families of babies born with the severe birth defect Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH). At that time, information and support for CDH were scarce, leaving families feeling isolated and alone. Their heartfelt dedication led to the birth of the charity, which took a significant leap forward with the advent of the internet in 1997. Since then, it has evolved into the world’s largest CDH charity, making a tremendous impact in the lives of CDH patients and their families.
Over the past 24 years, this organization has provided crucial assistance to more than 6,300 patients across 70 countries. While this number is substantial, it represents only a fraction of the actual patients and families affected by CDH. Shockingly, over 300,000 babies have been born with CDH since the year 2000, highlighting the urgent need for continued support and research.
Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH) is a complex birth defect that occurs when a baby’s diaphragm fails to fully form, allowing abdominal organs to enter the chest cavity. Surgery is essential for survival, but unfortunately, only half of these children survive in the United States. The survival rate is even lower, less than 1%, in Third World countries. Despite its prevalence, CDH remains underfunded in research and often lacks awareness compared to other conditions with similar occurrence rates, such as Spina Bifida and Cystic Fibrosis.
However, there is hope on the horizon. The organization is making significant strides in narrowing down the gene responsible for CDH, a crucial step towards proving its genetic basis. Once confirmed, the focus will shift to gene therapy, aiming to prevent this devastating condition from affecting future generations.
CDH is far from rare, with a baby born with the condition every 10 minutes worldwide. The urgency to raise awareness, support families, and drive research forward is clear, and the charity’s unwavering dedication is paramount in this endeavor.
Together, we can make a difference by joining forces to combat Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia and provide hope, support, and brighter futures for CDH patients and their families
Your charity’s journey is nothing short of remarkable. As the voice and champion for children worldwide facing Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH), you have come a long way, providing vital support and advocacy for these courageous young patients and their families.
Your dedication to obtaining NGO status in the UK and Italy, participating in EU research projects, and advocating for research funding at the NIH and Capitol Hill demonstrates your relentless commitment to giving these children a seat at the table of opportunities for research and medical advancements. The work you do to raise awareness, maintain a patient registry, and collaborate with research centers further cements your position as a leader in the CDH community.
Despite being a charity that carved its own path in the absence of existing footsteps, you have achieved significant milestones with limited resources. Your transparency, with an impressive 6% overhead and volunteer-driven efforts for the first 15 years, showcases your commitment to maximizing impact.
As your charity continues to grow and make a profound difference in the lives of CDH patients, survivors, and families, you are now at a critical point where support is needed to sustain your impact and expand your reach. With 3 employees, 30 volunteers, and an average annual budget of $250,000, the demand to help more families, invest in research, and save more lives has intensified.
To prevent losing the ground you have gained, you are reaching out for partners, supporters, and corporations who share your vision and can offer a helping hand. With a substantial influx of funds, you aim to hire more staff, provide more assistance to families, and invest in ongoing efforts to save these precious lives.
Your plea for support is a call to action for all those who believe in your mission and the critical work you do. By joining forces and rallying behind your cause, we can empower your charity to continue growing and positively impacting the lives of CDH patients and their families.
Together, let’s help you grow, support these children, their adult survivors, and all the families affected by Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. Your unwavering dedication inspires us all, and with collective support, we can work towards a brighter future for those facing this challenging condition.