Join us as a Corporate Partner.
Align your brand with Einstein and benefit from a wide range of opportunities designed to make a meaningful investment in the future of healthcare in the greater Philadelphia area. From events to employee volunteer opportunities, Einstein can support businesses who lend support to our Mission.
We invite you to join us. Through a collaboration with you, we can make a profound impact together. Philanthropic support graciously allows us to expand our capacity to cure more patients, strengthen our innovative programs, and champion new medical discoveries. In conjunction, your company will receive valuable entertainment and acknowledgment benefits, including tickets to special events, unique marketing and branding opportunities, and access to local business leaders. Your demonstrated commitment to serving our most vulnerable patients will inspire your employees, customers and stakeholders alike.
Make a Difference
We have five signature events throughout the year to raise funds for our most vital services and programs at our three acute hospitals, Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, Einstein Medical Center Montgomery, and Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park.
Our events are promoted throughout the greater Philadelphia region and generate valuable exposure for supporters. Promotional and media materials, both in print and online, reach thousands. With over 8,500 employees and the largest independent academic medical center in the Philadelphia region, Einstein’s network spreads across many public and private sectors.
We can work with your company to design meaningful volunteer opportunities for your employees within our network. Through our alliance, we can help serve our most disadvantaged communities together, while empowering your employees to be part of the difference.
Connect with Consumer Consciousness
- 88% of consumers want to hear how companies are supporting social and environmental issues
- 89% of Americans are likely to switch brands to one associated with a cause, given comparable price and quality
Please contact Ariella Gregson at 215-456-5161 to begin your investment in Einstein’s community. We look forward to hearing from you.
Approximately 1 in 4 adults in the U.S. have a mental illness or substance use condition in a given year that significantly interferes with participation in everyday life or puts their lives at risk. Support Einstein’s Crisis Response Center, located at Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia, to ensure safe, effective, and comforting care for people and their families in their moment of crisis. Help us reduce the risk of suicide, relieve suffering, and start individuals on the path to recovery.
Help provide enhancements and infrastructure to support Einstein Medical Center Montgomery’s new Family Medicine Residency Program. Drawing on the network’s nationally recognized reputation for medical education, Einstein Montgomery will train the next generation of health care providers who will go on to serve the community of Montgomery County. Resident rotations will begin July 2019.
ALIGN YOUR BRAND WITH EINSTEIN
With more than 500 attendees expected at this year’s Harvest Ball, you’ll want to stand out from the crowd. Our customizable packages offer high visibility with tickets and corporate positioning before, during, and after the Harvest Ball. You Can Change Lives.
Thirty years ago, our inaugural Small Miracles golf tournament funded Einstein Healthcare Network’s lifesaving neo-natal intensive care services. Over the past three decades, Small Miracles has raised more than six million dollars for the children served by our network. Join us on May 6, 2019 at the Philadelphia Cricket Club for a rewarding and enjoyable day of golf. The Tournament hosts over 250 guests, including board members, physicians, volunteers, vendors, and administration.
Lace up to make a difference! Join The Friends of Einstein Medical Center in Spring 2019 for the 16th Annual Walk & 5K Run through Norristown Area Farm Park. Benefiting Einstein Medical Center Montgomery’s Cancer Program, proceeds help patients from diagnosis to treatment and beyond. The Walk hosts over 500 people and four-legged friends. Festivities include a high school marching band, kids’ games and tables from local community organizations. In the past, funds have supported Cancer Survivor’s Day, bariatric infusion chairs and patient wigs.