The Campaign for the Growth of Baldrige
Donors to the Campaign for the Growth of Baldrige are investing in the future of the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program and the Program’s enduring impact on the competitiveness, prosperity and well-being of people in the United States and throughout the world.
- Dr. P. George Benson, Baldrige Foundation Chair
“Performance improvement is a top priority for the AHA and we continue to look for ways to improve the work that hospitals do. Through this partnership with the Baldrige Foundation, the AHA can continue to work with hospitals and other providers with tools and resources as they continue to improve quality and reduce costs.”
Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, American Hospital Association
President and CEO, Health Forum
“ACHE is proud to support the Campaign for the Growth of Baldrige. The healthcare industry has increasingly relied on the Baldrige criteria as a key means to improve patient care and organizational performance. As we navigate healthcare’s changing landscape the Baldrige framework will continue to be a vital resource.”
Deborah J. Bowen, FACHE, CAE
President and CEO
American College of Healthcare Executives
“Our belief is that the U.S. and most countries around the world need the Baldrige Criteria to help ensure that their countries remain competitive. The Award was considered by Dr. Joseph M. Juran and the Juran Institute as the most important quality management method of his lifetime. All businesses should continue to use the model and prosper from it.”
Joseph A. Defeo
Juran Institute, Inc.
“Learning and applying the leadership and management principles from Baldrige has significantly affected the performance of MidwayUSA. We believe Baldrige can do the same for education, so this is our way of sharing our success and giving something back - in support of public education."
Founder and CEO
Wolters Kluwer wants to help promote organizations that follow the Baldrige model to understand and manage organizational performance, guide their strategic plan, and provide their employees opportunities to learn how to work with patients to improve patient outcomes. The Lippincott Solutions team at Wolters Kluwer is pleased to promote healthcare improvement by sponsoring the Baldrige Excellence Framework in Healthcare and the Harry S. Hertz Leadership Award.
Past Campaigns and Contributions
The Baldrige Foundation is grateful to past donors who have contributed to campaigns designated for specific purposes, and to build the Foundation’s endowment.
Baldrige Foundation Trustee Campaign
Donor Roll - $150,000
Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.
Henry Ford Health System
Baldrige Foundation Benefactor Campaign
Donor Roll - $100,000 to $149,999
American Airlines, Inc.
Baldrige Foundation Partnership Campaign
Donor Roll - $50,000 to $99,999
ABB Combustion Engineering
GenCorp Foundation, Inc.
The Campaign for Education, Healthcare, and Nonprofit Criteria
Donor Roll - $50,000 to $100,000
Henry Ford Foundation
* Previous contributors providing additional funds for education and health care
The Baldrige Foundation Founders Campaign
2017 Donor and Supporter Honor Roll
Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital
American College of Healthcare Executives ACHE
American Society for Quality ASQ
Margaret E. Baldrige
Molly E. Baldrige
P. George Benson, Ph.D.
Beyond Feedback/George Taylor
The Boeing Company
James L. Broadhead
Business Transformation & Operational Excellence World Summit (BTOES)
Combined Federal Campaign-Unassigned
Category One, Inc.
Center for Organ Recovery & Education CORE
Charleston Area Medical Center CAMC
Debbie J. Collard
Kathryn Eggleston Ph.D.
Ford Motor Company
Janice Garfield, Ph.D.
David R. Gifford M.D.
Harry S. Hertz Ph.D.
Timothy Jares, Ph.D.
Reatha Clark King, Ph.D.
Lowell C. Kruse
Angeline Lavin, Ph.D.
Lilly USA, LLC
MESA Products, Inc.
NIST National Institute of Standards and Technology
James E. Ralston
Kathryn S. Rawls
Phil Singerman, Ph.D.
Sunil Sinha M.D.
Rulon F. Stacey Ph.D.
State Street Global Advisors
Tata Sons Unlimited
Mark Wayda, Ph.D.