BVMI is thankful to our corporate and foundation partners* who have supported the following programs:


The following funders enabled BVMI to quickly establish a formal Telehealth program and ensure the safe continuity of care for our patients during this global pandemic:

  • Allergan Foundation

  • BD

  • BMS

  • Columbia Bank Foundation/Atlantic Stewardship Bank

  • The Community Chest

  • CVS Health Foundation / NACF

  • Eisai

  • Goodnation

  • Horizon BCBS of NJ

  • The Jin Hua Foundation

  • The Kaplen Foundation

  • Korean American Community Foundation (KACF)

  • M&T Bank

  • National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics

  • The New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund

  • Northern New Jersey Community Foundation

  • Provident Bank Foundation

  • PSE&G

  • The Russell Berrie Foundation

  • Valley National Bank

  • Visions Federal Credit Union

  • Williams Energy


67% of BVMI’s patients are women. Providing age-appropriate care is crucial so that our female patients stay healthy so they in turn can take care of their families. The Women's Health Initiative also provides mental health services.  Our Women's Health Initiative wouldn't be possible without our partners:

  • Advent Lutheran Church

  • Aetna Foundation, Inc.

  • BD

  • National Council of Jewish Woman - Bergen County Section

  • Susan G. Komen North Jersey

  • TD Charitable Foundation


The Diabetes Care and Education Program was established to address a chronic health condition that impacts a significant number of BVMI patients. 40% of BVMI patients have diabetes or pre-diabetes. BVMI is so thankful to our partners who enable us to provide the care and education our pre-diabetic and diabetic patients need:

  • Fred C. Rummel Foundation

  • Horizon Foundation for New Jersey

  • PSEG Foundation

  • Russell Berrie Foundation

  • Wawa Foundation


In January, 2019, with support from the Russell Berrie Foundation, BVMI launched an evidence-based Diabetes Prevention Program, using a curriculum designed by the Centers for Disease Control.  


Every single one of BVMI's patients receives primary and preventive care. One emergency room visit for an uninsured individual costs, on average, $1,500 whereas primary care for one BVMI patient costs less than $1,000 a year. BVMI is incredibly thankful to our supporters who enable us to keep our patients healthy and out of local emergency rooms: 

  • BCB Community Bank

  • Big Lots!

  • Charles and Marilyn Clark Charitable Fund

  • Columbia Bank Foundation  

  • The Community Chest

  • Copper Beech Foundation 

  • Edward W. and Stella C. Van Houten Memorial Fund

  • Englewood Rotary Club

  • George Link Jr. Foundation

  • Henry and Marilyn Taub Foundation 

  • Investors Foundation

  • J&J Pharmacy

  • Jin Hua Foundation

  • Kaplen Foundation 

  • Lillian Pitkin Schenck Fund

  • Myron and Elaine Adler Private Foundation 

  • OritaniBank Charitable Foundation

  • Quest Diagnostics

  • Robert and Joan Dircks Foundation 

  • Valley Hospital Foundation 


In 2018, BVMI launched a new program to provide culturally- sensitive primary, preventive and chronic care to patients of Korean descent.  BVMI is so thankful to our partners in serving the Korean community:

  • Korean American Community Foundation

  • Ong Family Foundation

Corporations interested in partnering with BVMI are invited to contact:

Amanda Missey

President & CEO


*While BVMI is thankful to all partners who have gotten us to this point, only foundations who have given since 7/1/2018 are listed on this page. 

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