Provider Diversity at March of Dimes
Commitment to Provider Diversity and Non-Discrimination
March of Dimes Inc., since it was organized in 1938 as The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, Inc., has been committed to conduct its activities and programs on an equal, impartial and non-discriminatory basis. This commitment is integral to our Organization's mission.
Each day, March of Dimes reaffirms its longstanding commitment to carry out its mission without discrimination based on race, ethnic identity, national origin, religion, age, mental or physical disability, gender, sexual preference or orientation, marital status or any other basis prohibited by law. This commitment includes, without limitation, the Organization's governance and administration; service to individuals and communities, volunteer leadership and participation; recruitment, hiring, assignment, promotion and other conditions of staff employment; and employment of contractors and vendors.
To this end, March of Dimes seeks to provide a business environment that values diversity among its supplier base with providers that align with our mission and provide quality services at competitive prices. March of Dimes welcomes direct relationships with businesses owned by minorities, women, veterans, members of the LGBTQ community, people with disabilities and certified small businesses that can help March of Dimes achieve our mission, for all moms and babies.