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Sponsorship Opportunities

Throughout the existence of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), generous corporate philanthropy has been critical to our success and development of our organization's mission. HealthyChildren.org is the digital extension of the AAP mission to provide the most trustworthy health content to parents and caregivers at home, on the go, and from anywhere in the world.

We welcome your support for improved health literacy, by becoming a sponsor of HealthyChildren.org. 

HealthyChildren.org reaches millions of parents and caregivers each month with AAP gold-standard content in English and Spanish and offers a one-of-kind opportunity to a select number of sponsors. The robust traffic to HealthyChildren.org and visibility on all AAP consumer facing publications provides a positive return on the sponsorship investment. 

Features that can be sponsored include:

  • Hundreds of health topics and easy-to-use search capabilities by keyword, topic, or age
  • Ask a Pediatrician tool hosted by expert AAP pediatricians and pediatric specialists
  • Customized bi-monthly parent and caregiver e-newsletters
  • Search keywords
  • And much more!

As the world's largest publisher of pediatric content, the AAP has long been a leader in the area of consumer health information in print; now HealthyChildren.org brings that award-winning content to the Web. We look forward to presenting you with more information on this initiative.

For Additional Information, Please Contact Us:

By e-mail:

sponsorship@healthychildren.org

By phone:

Brad Hutchins, Director of Development, 847-434-4773

Joan Attenberg, Manager, Coporate Development and Consumer Outreach, 847-434-7926

By mail:

HealthyChildren.org
Department of Development
141 Northwest Point Boulevard
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 

Last Updated
5/5/2015
The information contained on this Web site should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your pediatrician. There may be variations in treatment that your pediatrician may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.
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