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Become a Sponsor

Become a Corporate Sponsor

In order to most effectively expand our reach and connect with thousands of women each year, National CMV wishes to collaborate with some of the country’s most distinguished brands to drive measurable impact for women of childbearing age and for the CMV community-at-large.

Financial Support

Financial support is vital to promoting awareness at the national level. Without the proper education, or a committed call for action from the general public, professional medical associations or pharmaceutical companies will likely not expedite investment of time or resources into advancing the appropriate research and treatments. This is why we’re inviting businesses to join us in our quest to eradicate congenital CMV.

National CMV is one of the most effective nonprofit, advocacy organizations in the United States. Our all-volunteer network of health and research experts, business and policy leaders, and CMV parents positions us as a credible resource that aids in prevention, educates the public, and increases their understanding of congenital CMV.

Become a corporate sponsor today.

Corporate Matching

Join our corporate matching program and give your employees the opportunity to contribute to a cause that matters to them. Multiply your employees’ charitable contributions by including the National CMV Foundation in your workplace giving program.

Strategic Partnerships

National CMV encourages and appreciates the power of collaboration. We wish to forge integrated, cause-related partnerships to deliver consistent, clear messaging that aids in the prevention of, and educates the public about, congenital CMV.

Our team would like to work with your company to develop personal, relevant, and engaging marketing strategies to support your brand’s business goals, while furthering our mission.

The National CMV Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization. Please help us Inform, Engage and Advocate as we work to eradicate congenital CMV. 

 

Cameron - Arizona

The doctors knew Cameron's problem was viral, but they couldn't pinpoint the virus. Finally, after about 2 days, my placenta lab test came back and it was infected with CMV. I was so relieved that Cameron was going to survive, but I was not ready for the next bombshell. The NICU doctor told us that as a result of is brain damage, Cameron would not be able to “walk, talk or learn."

— Julie, Mother