Partnerships, Charitable Donations and Community Enrichment Programs
Nonin Medical is pleased to support partnerships, initiatives and community enrichment programs that contribute to our mission of improving the quality of people’s lives.
Nonin is proud of its longstanding partnerships with organizations such as World Family Doctors (WONCA), the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, and the International Primary Care Respiratory Group (IPCRG) to promote physician and patient education programming. In addition, Nonin supports such initiatives as the Global Initiative for Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (GOLD) and the International COPD Coalition (ICC), which seek to raise awareness of COPD and improve the health of COPD patients and their access to care.
From time to time, Nonin Medical provides charitable product donations to non-profit organizations whose activities support our mission of improving the quality of people's lives. All donations made comply with local, state, federal and regulatory body requirements. Donations that we have proudly made in the past include:
- Finger pulse oximeters for the post-rescue monitoring of 33 Chilean miners
- Vet pulse oximeters and capnographs to a non-profit veterinary organization in Phuket, Thailand
- Portable hand-held pulse oximeters for volunteer anesthesiologists at a hospital in Kumasi, Ghana
- Handheld pulse oximeters to volunteer clinicians during their annual mission trip to Nepal
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As part of Nonin's Employee Well-being Initiative, the company officially sponsors one community outreach program each year. In addition, our employees frequently donate their time and talents to causes that support Nonin's mission in their communities. Activities include:
- Cash and food donations for The Minnesota Emergency Foodshelf Network
- Corporate donations to The United Way
- Blood donations to The American Red Cross
- Volunteer help at the Ronald McDonald House and Ascention Place in Minneapolis