Due to our associates efforts and donations, the Innovize Room at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, a Pediatric Intensive Care Unit has been fully funded.

In 2016, we dedicated the first ever patient room with circadian rhythm lighting, extended technology and comforts.  This world-class lighting technology was developed for the hospital in partnership with Philips Lighting, and has the potential to positively impact patient outcomes.  Innovize’s adoption of the first PICU made this opportunity possible for the children’s hospital.

Group of people in Innovize Room at U of M

Innovize Room sign at U of M

Over $100,000 has been donated over the past five years to cover the cost of the Innovize room.

This huge accomplishment was made possible with donations from Innovize and our associates, plus donations from our customers, our suppliers, and our friends at our Spring golf fundraising event and our Fall 5K fundraising event.

Innovize is creating a culture and products that improve people’s lives.