Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation Wins NJBIZ 2022 Business of the Year Award
Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation was recognized as the winner in the Non-Profit Business of the Year (1-100 employees) category during the NJBIZ awards ceremony.
NJBIZ announced Children’s Specialized Hospital (CSH) Foundation as the inaugural winner of the 2022 Non-Profit Business of the Year (1-100 employee category) at the 17th annual award ceremony.
The independent panel of judges narrowed a pool of 40 finalists to name seven companies as a 2022 Business of the Year in their respective categories. Each company was recognized for making significant contributions to help the state’s business community grow and prosper. CSH Foundation is proud to be recognized among this select group of companies that have achieved notable success and demonstrated strong leadership within their industries and their communities with a commitment to professional excellence.
“We are incredibly proud to be recognized as Non-Profit Business of the Year by such an important publication as NJBIZ,” said Philip Salerno III, President and Chief Development Officer at CSH Foundation. “By holding fast to our key values of impact, stewardship, integrity, collaboration and innovation, our Foundation has grown into one of the most trusted charities for children. We could not make such a lasting impact for children and families in New Jersey and beyond without the support of our compassionate donors and our dedicated Board of Trustees.”
Children's Specialized Hospital Foundation inspires philanthropic support for Children's Specialized Hospital, the nation's leading provider of rehabilitative pediatric care. For 37 years, the Foundation has acted as a careful steward of its donors' generosity and commitment to their mission, building a large community of support and raising more than $250 million for children in need of life-changing care. The Foundation is one of the few self-funded nonprofit organizations that gives 100% of every dollar raised to charity. CSH Foundation is currently in the midst of the largest fundraising campaign in its history with a target goal of $45 million. This campaign is funding the expansion of CSH to meet the growing demand for specialized pediatric care so children living with chronic illnesses, complex medical conditions, and other special healthcare needs have access to world-class care close to home.