Mayo Clinic Health System values its community partnerships, and remains committed to the health and well-being of the communities it serves.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayo Clinic is facing unprecedented challenges, including a significant financial impact. Because of this, the organization has made the difficult decision to suspend all community philanthropic activity until further notice, including community giving, sponsorships, Hometown Health grants and scholarships.
This change will enable Mayo Clinic Health System to focus efforts and resources on the COVID-19 response. Mayo Clinic Health System has a proven history of resilience and is making every effort to position itself to emerge from this pandemic better able to fulfill its mission.
Mayo Clinic Health System looks forward to reconnecting with community partners when funding becomes available.
Giving back to our communities is an integral part of our mission, social responsibility and a core value of our organization. We recognize that vibrant, healthy and safe communities best serve patients, and attract and retain the highest-quality staff who fulfill and extend our mission.
Mayo Clinic Health System provides cash and in-kind donations to support community-based activities that address the health care needs of our patients or improve the general health of those who live in the communities we serve. We proudly support organizations that have a broad impact on improving health in our local communities.
Each year, many nonprofit community organizations request sponsorship support for goodwill advertising or events, such as dinners, runs/walks and health fairs. A budgeted amount of dollars for charitable donations and sponsorship is allowed each fiscal year. While we recognize the contributions of many of these organizations to our communities, as a nonprofit organization, we are not able to support every request.
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Direct questions about sponsorship requests to Community Engagement at email@example.com.