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By Times-News Posted October 8, 2020 at 3:20 a.m. Impact Alamance has given $320,000 to six organizations to fill in the gaps left as Alamance County struggles with the coronavirus pandemic.  “While the pandemic has affected everyone, vulnerable populations have been disproportionately affected by both the virus and economic consequences of the shutdown,” Impact Alamance […]

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By Times-News Posted June 19, 2020 at 12:17 PM Impact Alamance has shifted the remainder of its grant funding for 2020 to respond to community needs created by the COVID-19 crisis and allocated the funding to nonprofits, food banks and more. This month, the Impact Alamance Board of Directors voted to allocate $190,000 to address […]

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By Times-News Posted Apr 15, 2020 at 2:44 PM     Impact Alamance will give the United Way of Alamance County $50,000 for its #Help4Alamance relief fund, Impact Alamance said Wednesday, April 15. “Our primary goal with this initial investment is to provide resources to agencies and institutions that are directly serving our county’s most vulnerable populations,” Impact Alamance President Tracey […]

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Posted April 12 -Times News Impact Alamance, the Alamance-Burlington School System and local churches partnered to feed 500 families over Easter weekend. “Alamance County is a wonderfully supportive community,” Schools Superintendent Bruce Benson said. ”… We are so appreciative of the care and concern expressed for our schoolchildren, and for the boundless community spirit that […]

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Posted April 10 – North Carolina Health News Volunteers help pack 500 weekend food boxes at Alamance County’s Lamb’s Chapel. The boxes were distributed to the families of low-income students in the Alamance Burlington School System to tide them over the long holiday weekend. Photo credit: Impact Alamance Alamance coalition gets kids fed over the […]

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