Building Together: For Alamance

The For Alamance initiative, formerly known as the Alamance Harwood Initiative, invites you to attend Building Together: For Alamance on Thursday, April 11th at the Paramount Theater at 6:30 p.m. In 2022, the Alamance Choosing Hope report was created in partnership with The Harwood Institute for Public Innovation. Since the report has been published, 5 […]

Impact Alamance Plugs $30,000 into New Community Forward Projects

July 19, 2022 (Burlington, NC) – As part of its ongoing commitment to strengthen the county’s grid of resources, Impact Alamance awarded a total of $30,000 to three local organizations through the newly formed Community Forward Grants. The ­­­Community Forward Grants aim to empower communities while supporting new ideas, activities, projects, and events. The goal […]

Impact Alamance Announces New VP of Education Programs and Alamance Achieves Executive Director

Impact Alamance Announces New VP of Education Programs and Alamance Achieves Executive Director July 13, 2022 (Burlington, N.C.) – Impact Alamance announces the promotion of Tyronna Hooker to Vice President of Education Programs and Lexy Roberts to Executive Director of Alamance Achieves. Hooker joins the Impact Alamance team as the former Executive Director of Alamance […]

Impact Alamance Invests $150,000 in Community Projects

BURLINGTON, N.C., JUNE 14, 2022 – As part of its ongoing commitment to strengthen the county’s grid of resources, Impact Alamance awarded $150,000 into local nonprofit organizations through the Progress and Enhancement Fund, formerly known as the Community Health Fund. A total of seven community agencies were funded. “Impact Alamance is committed to serving our […]

Rich Harwood Brings Healing and Hope To Unleash the Potential of Alamance County 

Renowned Speaker, Author, and Innovator Rich Harwood Brings Healing and Hope To Unleash the Potential of Alamance County  May 5,2022 (Burlington, NC) – Impact Alamance will welcome Richard C. Harwood, renowned speaker, author, and President and Founder of The Harwood Institute for Public Innovation, to Ebenezer United Church of Christ on May 12, 2022, at […]

ABSS celebrates restoration of historic McCray School

By Mebane Enterprise Posted October 27, 2021 A ceremony was held on Monday, October 25 to mark the completion of the McCray School restoration, as well as to announce a second phase of improvements and additions to the historic one-room schoolhouse located in northern Alamance County. Restoration of the McCray School began in early May. […]

Mebane Adopts Health in All Policies Resolution

The City of Mebane adopted a resolution during the October city council meeting that states the city and its staff will abide by Health in All Policies standards when making decisions that can have an effect on public health. The American Public Health Association defines Health in All Policies as “a collaborative approach to improving […]

Impact Alamance Responds to Sustained Needs Presented by the Pandemic

The continual effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are being felt throughout our county. For some, conditions are more taxing now than at the onset. Due to the sustained challenges facing our residents and the nonprofits working to serve them, Impact Alamance’s Board of Directors approved $170,000 to address ongoing needs presented by the pandemic. “The […]

2019 Annual Report

We are excited to share our 2019 annual report with you. Our timing is a bit delayed this year, as we have been working over the past months to provide rapid response COVID relief, supporting essential agencies working to serve those most impacted in our County. Before you open our report, we would like to […]

Impact Alamance gives $320,000 to agencies coping with pandemic

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 […]