Beyond the Diagnosis

Corporate Patron Program

Beyond the Diagnosis is a unique project created to raise awareness, increase medical education and research of rare diseases. Professional artists from around the world, including master artists Wolfgang Widmoser and Jota Leal, donate their time and talent to paint children with a rare disease. To date, the Beyond the Diagnosis exhibit has over 100 paintings, each representing a different rare disease.

In the last 3 years, Beyond the Diagnosis has visited the following institutions: Brown Medical, Harvard Medical, NIH, Broad Institute, FDA, Hofstra Medical, Feinstein Institute, Children's of Alabama and many more. Beyond the Diagnosis has brought national attention to the unmet needs of the rare disease community. The exhibit has increased rare disease education in medical schools,  increased research at some of the countries leading institutions, created new conversations about rare diseases and brought hope and joy to the rare disease community.

Your patronage will support an entire year of venues. There has never been an opportunity to give so little and change so much for the rare disease community! 

Support what matters!

Platinum Patron

$25,000

✔️Logo recognition in keepsake           catalog

 

✔️ Verbal recognition of your                organization where available

 

✔️ Logo in event video footage            where available

 

✔️ Logo recognition in Beyond the       Diagnosis quarterly newsletter

 

✔️ On-site signage where available

 

✔️ Patron recognition on social            media for each venue

 

✔️ Logo with link on Beyond the           Diagnosis website

Gold Patron

$10,000

✔️ On-site signage where available

 

✔️ Patron recognition on social            media for each venue

 

✔️ Logo with link on Beyond the           Diagnosis website

Beyond the Diagnosis

P.O. Box 16534 Rumford, RI 02916

Tel: 401-434-0052

info@beyondthediagnosis.org

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©2019 Beyond the Diagnosis

This program and exhibit are proprietary to Beyond the Diagnosis.  Any reproduction of any portion of this program and exhibit are expressly prohibited without permission of Beyond the Diagnosis.