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The Center on Media and Child Health’s efforts are made possible through generous support from and collaboration with companies, foundations, non-profit organizations, individuals, and government institutions:

Current Partners

Children’s Tumor Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to finding effective treatments for the millions of people worldwide living with neurofibromatosis. With their support, we are collaborating with the Boston Children’s Neurology team on a pilot study of Children’s At Home with young people diagnosed with NF1.

Comcast is a global media and technologies company that has supported CMCH’s outreach work since 2011. Comcast has supported development of Ask the Mediatrician® and Internet safety resources for parents and families and disseminated these and other internet safety resources to the general public.

Digital Trust Foundation is currently funding a research paper that examines the communication strategies and behavior change theories behind school-based interventions that aim to shift social norms among youth.

Hasbro Inc. and CMCH have teamed up for the research project #MorePlayToday, which will evaluate how different types of play best serve the developmental well-being of children and fit the needs of parents.

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care is a full-service health benefits company serving members throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, and beyond. With Harvard Pilgrim’s support since 2012, CMCH has developed a Clinician Toolkit to encourage provider-patient awareness of media’s potential positive and negative effects on health and offer the tools clinicians need to provide anticipatory guidance in the Digital Age.

Roger and Susan Stone Family Foundation has been a committed partner whose support has been instrumental in seeding CMCH’s innovation and success since 2005. With their support, CMCH has expanded its outreach, research, and innovation offerings in new and exciting directions year after year.

Armstrong Angel Foundation established the Free to Be National Curriculum Fund, which allows for a partnership between CMCH and the Joan Ganz Cooney Center in order to design and develop a social emotional curriculum for tweens in today’s changing digital media environment.

Past Partners

Palix • Boston Public Health Commission • Internet Keep Safe Coalition • Aerosmith Endowment Fund for Prevention and Treatment of HIV and AIDS at Boston Children’s Hospital • Media Power Youth • Martha Eliot Health Center • Manchester Public Schools • Take the Challenge Foundation • Primrose Schools • Agnes M. Lindsay Trust • American Legion Child Welfare Foundation • Arthur Vining Davis Foundations • Cabot Family Foundation • Charles H. Hood Foundation • Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation • Clinical Research Program at Boston Children’s Hospital • Deborah Munroe Noonan Memorial Fund • Delta-Schoolcraft Intermediate School District, Escanaba, Michigan • Gerondelis Foundation • Google • John W. Alden Trust • McCarthy Foundation • National Institute of Child Health and Human Development • Stuart Family Foundation • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration • William F. Milton Fund

Founding Partners

Anschutz Family Foundation • BBDO Worldwide • Cinemark USA • Hallmark Corporate Foundation • PepsiCo Foundation