Dedicated to eliminating the tragedy of sudden infant deaths

History

Recognized as one of the largest, leading SIDS organizations in the country, the CJ Foundation was founded in 1994 by Joel and Susan Hollander in memory of their daughter, Carly Jenna, who died from SIDS in 1993. Since its inception, the CJ Foundation has provided millions of dollars towards SIDS research projects, organizations, support programs and public education and awareness campaigns throughout the nation, making tremendous strides in its fight to eliminate SIDS.

Today, the Foundation is the largest non-government funder of programs meeting the needs of the SIDS community. The CJ Foundation contributes its resources to the nation's leading SIDS investigators. As research has indicated that risk reduction is possible, the CJ Foundation is committed to developing, implementing and providing funding for education and awareness programs so that the message of risk reduction reaches every potential population. The CJ Foundation is national in scope and also supports bereavement and counseling services for those families that have lost a baby to SIDS.

Hackensack University Medical Center

 
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