Friends-of-Children-Fund-President's-Circle AAP.org > About the AAP > Corporate Relationships > Corporate Friends of Children Fund Members AAP FactsDepartments & DivisionsCommittees, Councils & SectionsChapters & DistrictsAAP Press RoomDonate NowCorporate Relationships Conflict of Interest and Industry RelationsSponsorshipsCorporate Friends of Children FundCorporate Relationship GuidelinesCurrently selected Employment at AAPAdvertise with AAPHelp/Feedback aaa print email share Facebook Twitter Corporate Friends of Children Fund Members Main Image Distinguished companies that have demonstrated their invaluable commitment to the AAP. Article Body President's Circle$50,000 and Above Patron$25,000-$49,999 Donor$10,000-$24,999 Friend $5,000-$9,999 Merck & Co., Inc. Abbott Nutrition Mead Johnson Nutrition Novartis Vaccines Nutricia Early Life Nutritionals The Physician's Computer Company Johnson & Johnson Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals Inc. AbbVie Epic Systems Corporation Novo Nordisk Inc. Become a Corporate Friends of Children Fund Member today!For more information & to become a member contact:Bill Fehrman | 847-434-4741Lindsay Wilson | 847-434-7617 Advertising Disclaimer Related Information Pediatric Musculoskeletal MRSA Infections on the Rise Pediatric musculoskeletal Staphylococcus aureus bacterial infections have been evolving over the past decade. P&G Announces Collaboration With American Academy of Pediatrics to Continue Household Safety Awarene The two organizations will work together to equip parents with information and tools they need to keep their homes and families safe. Teens Who Text Behind The Wheel Are More Likely to Take Other Risks While Driving Texting While Driving and Other Risky Motor Vehicle Behaviors Among High School Students,” is in the June 2013 issue of Pediatrics. Tree of Lights The AAP Tree of Lights is a commemorative project sponsored by the Friends of Children Fund. Study Examines How Discussion With Pediatrician Affects Parent's Decision to Vaccinate How a health care provider talks with parents about their child’s vaccines can affect whether the parent chooses to vaccinate, according to a study in the December 2013 issue of Pediatrics.