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Child Health Institute of New Jersey is dedicated to eradicating diseases that impact the most vulnerable.
Empower Healthier Futures
When you make a gift to CHINJ, you energize our efforts in the charge against chronic childhood diseases, including:
- Autism and schizophrenia
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Juvenile diabetes
- Muscular dystrophies
- Nerve damage
- Overeating and obesity
- Tourette syndrome
How We're Keeping Kids Healthy
Joint Program in Population and Prevention Sciences
The Joint Program in Population and Prevention Sciences (J3PS), supported by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation) with the PoPQuIS in Pediatrics Division keeps children healthy in their homes, schools, and communities during their lifetimes by combatting pediatric disease and health care disparities.
New Jersey Healthy Kids Initiative
The New Jersey Healthy Kids Initiative (NJHKI), with the generous support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, tackles childhood obesity in partnership with the Rutgers Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health.
Partnership with The Hudson Shea Foundation
CHINJ has partnered with The Hudson Shea Foundation which has provided $100,000 in funding for research on preventing diseases of premature infants and new treatments to prevent premature delivery. Another $100,000 has been pledged for the next five years.
Research Impact Highlights
Learn how we're changing lives through research
2023 CHI GIVING VIDEO
Be a Part of Our Community
Keeping kids healthy is a team effort and you can make a difference! Become a Friend of the Child Health Institute to get the latest information on research, community programs, educational lectures, and partnership opportunities. Together, we will change the lives of children across the world.