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Community Benefit Program

Our Community Benefit Report for fiscal year 2012 is now available on-line! An interactive report that includes videos, stories, and a creative overview of our community investment, the new report is a fresh look at Children’s National’s commitment to the Washington, D.C., region and the children and families who live here.

We are pleased to present The Future Starts Now: Healthier Kids, Stronger Communities, the community benefit report for fiscal year 2012. Our vision has been the motivation behind a number of forward-focused initiatives, highlighted within the report, aimed at creating a lasting standard for prevention and community education, coupled with top-notch treatment and continuous improvement.

We hope you enjoy the online report while learning about important programs that exemplify our commitment to our community. If you would like to receive a printed executive summary of The Future Starts Now: Healthier Kids, Stronger Communities, please contact communitybenefit@childrensnational.org.

www.childrensnational.orghttp://www.childrensnational.org/files/PDF/advocacy/CBSummary-2012.pdf

Community Benefit Executive Summary Report (FY12)


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