What We Fund
In 2013, $4.4 million was distributed through grants to 43 Greensboro area non-profit organizations. (Read full story)
Access to Health Care
Funding from the Foundation enabled community organizations to:
- Provide medical services to low-income people of Guilford County.
- Link uninsured patients to care through a transitional nurse/case manager.
- Sustain dental care for 2,300 indigent patients.
- Provide prenatal care to women who are not eligible for Medicaid and who do not have private insurance, resulting in the healthy births of almost 5,000 babies in the past 20 years.
Through Foundation funding, community organizations have been able to provide:
- HIV testing in high-need populations.
- Programs that support effective HIV prevention services.
- Consistent medical care for people living with HIV.
Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention
The Foundation funded:
- Curriculum-based education proven effective in both delaying sexual activity and increasing responsible contraceptive use.
- Programs that emphasize the role of responsible male behavior in pregnancy prevention and planning.
- Programs that increased parental discussions to improve parent-child communications, particularly on sex and related topics.
Mental Health and Substance Abuse
The Foundation invested in the core operations and projects of service providers resulting in support for:
- Long-term residential substance abuse treatment and extended care.
- Peer advocacy programming for 500 children who have experienced violence and trauma.
- Training to build capacity and expertise among providers to assess and treat co-occurring disorders.
View a list of the grants awarded and grants paid for the Cone Health Foundation.
2013 Grants Awarded
2012 Grants Awarded
2011 Actual Paid Grants Summary
2010 Actual Paid Grants Summary