At Impact Alamance we’re all about bringing the community together for healthy change. To make this happen, we invest more than $2 million dollars into our community annually. It’s our goal to create a healthier and smarter community that will lead to a stronger future for all of us.
Impact Alamance started as a result of Alamance Regional Medical Center’s merger with Cone Health. The original $54 million dollar investment is Cone Health’s commitment to further improve the health of Alamance County.
Impact Alamance invests 4.5 percent of total assets into the community annually. That is approximately $2 million dollars each year. Funding is limited to Alamance County.
MissionWe strategically invest in our community for health, hope and prosperity.
VisionAlamance County is the best place to live and thrive.
ValuesCollaboration, Courageous Leadership, Integrity, Innovation, Measurable Change, Stewardship.
Tracey Grayzer, MBA/MHA, APR
Vice-President of Programs
Jess attended Elon University, majoring in business management and was a member of the women’s basketball team. Following undergrad, Jess worked in marketing within the craft beer industry throughout North Carolina. Prior to joining Impact Alamance, Jess completed her Master of Arts in Interactive Media at Elon University in May 2018.
Facility and Events Coordinator
Rob has a Bachelor of Arts in English from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Following undergrad, Rob worked as a Circulation Assistant for the Alamance County Public Library System.
Elon-Alamance Health Partner (2018-2019)
Chelsea graduated from Elon University in May 2019 with a Bachelor of Arts in Strategic Communications. Previously, Chelsea interned with World Relief in High Point, NC and also, at MDC in Durham, NC.
Ginette Archinal, MD
Chapman Mcqueen, MD
Yun Boylston, MD
How did Impact Alamance come into being?
Impact Alamance was formed when Alamance Regional Medical Center merged with Cone Health in 2013. The foundation was created with total initial assets of $54 million.
If you’re focused on health, why is education part of your funding priorities?
Researchers across the country have done numerous studies exploring the link between education and health. The research indicates that education is the single most important factor affecting the health of individuals and their community. By strengthening our education system, we can strengthen the health of our community.
What is your relationship to the United Way?
We are strategic partners and support the mission and work of the United Way of Alamance County. However, we are a separate organization and are not affiliated. The United Way’s funding is vital to the strength and ongoing success of many of our local non-profit agencies.
Do you accept applications from nonprofits that are not located in Alamance County?
Most of our applications are accepted from 501(c)3 nonprofits that are located in Alamance County. However if you are a nonprofit located elsewhere and most of the clients you serve are from Alamance County, we may consider accepting your proposal.
Can a nonprofit apply for more than one type of funding or assistance?
Yes, nonprofits can apply for each of the opportunities currently available.
Who makes the funding decisions and how are grants reviewed and scored?
Major grant decisions are made by the board, with advisory assistance from staff and, in some cases, a community advisory committee. Grant proposals are reviewed based on their clarity, thoroughness and the projected impact of the project. For more details, see our Eligibility and Grant Process page.
Does Impact Alamance sponsor community events?
Impact Alamance may occasionally fund community events, but this type of funding is not a strategic priority.
Can we call the foundation if we need any type of clarification or have questions regarding funding opportunities?
Yes. Please call us at (336) 395-7000 or email us at ImpactAlamance@conehealth.com with any questions you have.