Our Partners

At Graham’s Foundation, we are fighting every day to improve outcomes for our preemies and their families through support, advocacy and research. That said, we recognize that our goals are bigger than any one organization’s mission. The prematurity journey can include issues and challenges that other organizations are addressing to great effect. That’s why we partner with other world class organizations that believe in working collaboratively for the greater good.
The MEDNAX Center for Research, Education, Quality and Safety (CREQS) was developed to empower health care providers to take great care of the patient, every day and in every way. We participate in clinical research, education, continuous quality improvement and safety initiatives at the local and national level to improve outcomes, enhance the patient experience, improve provider satisfaction and reduce health care costs.
The MEDNAX Center for Research, Education, Quality and Safety (CREQS) was developed to empower health care providers to take great care of the patient, every day and in every way. We participate in clinical research, education, continuous quality improvement and safety initiatives at the local and national level to improve outcomes, enhance the patient experience, improve provider satisfaction and reduce health care costs.

The National Infertility Association is a non-profit, charitable organization, who works to improve the lives of women and men living with infertility.

The Preeclampsia Foundation is an empowered community of patients and experts, with a diverse array of resources and support to help you have the best possible pregnancy or to help you navigate the questions you’ll have if you don’t. We provide unparalleled support and advocacy for the people whose lives have been or will be affected by the condition – mothers, babies, fathers and their families.
The NEC Society is a non-profit organization, made up of a diverse group of healthcare practitioners, researchers, and families from across the country who seek to protect premature infants from necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC). NEC is a devastating intestinal disease that affects thousands of premature infants every year in the United States. Through education, outreach, research, and advocacy, we are committed to reducing the incidence of necrotizing enterocolitis.

The New England Pediatric Device Consortium is a non-profit foundation promoting the commercialization of safe and effective technologies for pediatric clinical care. NEPDC accelerates commercialization by connecting innovators with an extensive network of clinicians, researchers, technologists, and business development specialists located at institutions throughout New England. Through our Seed Award program, NEPDC evaluates product concepts from ideas to near-to-market devices, and provides rapid and targeted assistance to innovators seeking to address the needs of children suffering from disease or disabilities.

NICU Parent Network is a network of organizations offering support to families of premature infants. We are the only professional association for NICU Parent Leaders in the United States. NPN provides a platform for NICU Parent Leaders to come together as a collective voice representing the needs and best interests of NICU families in all facets of healthcare policy, care guidelines, advocacy, education & family support.
Supporting Preemie Parents in Difficult Times

As we work together through these challenging times, you may have questions about how Graham’s Foundation is supporting our preemie parent community. Fortunately, because our support programs have always been delivered virtually, we are equipped to deliver all of our programs today, tomorrow, and into the future to continue to meet the psychosocial needs of parents.

Our Care Packages offer helpful tips for self-care and navigating the NICU and going home (our supplies have been in stock since before the COVID-19 outbreak), our MyPreemie app provides critical preemie-related information and helps parents journal their NICU experience, and our three dozen trained mentors are available to lend an ear and offer words of advice and encouragement.

In such a difficult time, it is more important than ever that we are here for the most vulnerable members of our community and Graham’s Foundation is ready. We are grateful to our volunteers and the individuals and industry partners who make generous donations that enable us to develop and deliver our support programs.

In Gratitude,

Nicholas Hall, Founder

Graham’s Foundation