Novant Health Cancer Prevention, Education and Early Detection team receives $10k grant from the National Breast Cancer Foundation for breast health services.
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Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation received a $25,000 grant from the Virginia Wellington Cabot Foundation to fund immunizations, translation services and COVID-19 infection prevention supplies aboard the Novant Health Community Care Cruiser.
Randy Brantley is a rare breed. While most people fall into the work of grant-seeking, Brantley, grants director at Novant Health Foundation, chose it.
Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation was awarded a $43,563.13 grant from Brave Beginnings.
In 2017, Michael Jordan donated $7 million to Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation to help build two health care clinics to serve Charlotte’s most at-risk and in-need communities. Last month, the first of these clinics opened to the public on Charlotte’s west side.
Underserved students in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools with eyesight challenges will have a better chance to excel thanks to a grant from The Duke Endowment. Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation received a $200,000 grant that will fund participation in the Vision to Learn program through 2024.
It’s estimated that 95% of low-income children have an uncorrected vision issue which makes learning difficult. The Vision to Learn program provides screenings, eye exams and glasses to children in need with a mobile unit that goes onsite to the schools.
The Peninsula Community Foundation awarded a $15,000 grant to support Novant Health Huntersville Medical Center Child Life Specialist Thanks to The Peninsula Community Foundation, children who need to visit the ER will have a child life specialist to help them and their family cope with the trauma of illness and medical treatments. The Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center Foundation received a two-year, $15,000 grant, which … Continue reading The Peninsula Community Foundation child life specialist grant
Martin Truex Jr. and Sherry Pollex donate $1.2 million to fund an emergency pediatric department and integrative medicine oncology clinic.