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Celebrate Your Favorite Nurse
During the WHOLE Month of May

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2022 Annual Gala
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Calling ALL Alumni – Join the 1942 Club,
the Alumni Association for Cabarrus College of Health Sciences.

Give Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation2022-05-05T11:44:02-04:00

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Cabarrus Health Alliance is responding to Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its potential impact to those in Cabarrus County. Updates to the local response will be posted on this webpage.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Response in North Carolina

Thank You to our first-time donors in April.

Rosalind Alexander-Smith, Natalie Atwell, Anna Blessington, Cabarrus Family Medicine - China Grove, Michelle Camp, Michelle Campbell, Christina Chisholm, Dominique Clark, Richard Cooke, Bonnie Coyle, Melissa Deeter, Kristen Duryee, Yvette Florence, Melissa Gallimore, Brenda Gascoigne, Jenny Graham, Amanda Grant, Dylan Hale, David Igo, Amit Kaul, Loretta Keller, Teresa Kiser, Phillip Leftwich, Erica Lettice, Lora Lipe, Mikaela McAdaragh, Megan McClamrock, Mary Milikin, LaGuida Moore, Angela Orrock, Stephanie Porch, Christina Pothier, Angela Rainey, Jim Ramseur, Janey Randolph, Leslie Reimer, Anne Reising, Deborah Ritchie, Chermaine Robinson, Patricia Rogers, Angela Sloop, Anisa Smith, Joanne Stammen, Carol Stiles, Chasity Szabo, Joshua Talbert, Allison White, Annette Williams, Linn Williams

WE DID IT but not without the help from you, our community, teammates, friends and family. In December 2021, we ended our five-year We Give First campaign with an $8 million dollar goal. With your support, we are excited to announce we have met and exceeded our goal. The gifts you have generously given throughout these past five years have enabled us to enhance lifesaving programs, services and technology that impacts patient care. Even when the world came to a halt in March of 2020, your support did not. We appreciate the impact you made on our hospital by showing us that we are all STRONGER TOGETHER.

Tell Us About Your Exceptional Care!

Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation’s Grateful Patient Program provides another way to say “thank you” to a caregiver who made a difference in your life. We want to know about the doctor, nurse, technician or volunteer who went over and above to provide Health, Hope & Healing in your time of need.

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OUR FUNDRAISING MODEL

Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation’s donor-centered approach matches your interest with the hospital’s need creating a more impactful experience for the area you are most passionate.

TEN AREAS OF SUPPORT

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SPECIAL EVENTS

Cabarrus College Debuts New Alumni Group & Scholarship

By |August 4th, 2021|Categories: Community Involvement, Press Releases|

Cabarrus College of Health Sciences traces its roots back to 1942.

From Independent Tribune Staff Reports (July 29, 2021)

CONCORD, N.C. (July 29, 2021) — Cabarrus College of Health Sciences has introduced the 1942 Club — the alumni association for Cabarrus College. The […]

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Neha Balakrishnan Named 2021 Ann Cannon Spirit of Volunteerism Scholarship Winner

By |July 27th, 2021|Categories: Community Involvement, Press Releases|

Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation Awards Scholarship to Hickory Ridge High School Graduate

CONCORD, N.C. (July 23, 2021) — The Cabarrus Healthcare Foundation, whose mission is to provide financial and community support for Atrium Health Cabarrus, is excited to announce Neha Balakrishnan as the recipient of […]

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