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We have big plans for transforming the health of our community.
Your support allows us to go for it.

Healthier communities — that’s what we’re aiming for at Cone Health. Our people, our innovations and our deep commitment to the community all work together to transform the health of our communities in new ways. Where do you want to make your impact?

Giving Stories

Read about the people and projects that are changing health care and our communities for the better.

The impact of
giving

Read Stories

  • Nurse navigator Shawn Perkins meets with patient and nurse

    Navigating the needs of the whole patient

    Cone Health nurse navigator Shawn Perkins turns to Cone Health Philanthropy and its many funds to help patients in crisis.
    March 30, 2021
  • Employee filling backpacks

    A prescription for nutrition

    Cone Health partners with Backpack Beginnings to provide (and prescribe) nutritious meals to patients of The Tim and Carolynn Rice Center for Child and Adolescent Health.
    March 18, 2021

Our giving values align with our mission — and, we hope, with you.

Philanthropy can make great things happen for our health system and for our communities. Our giving values reflect ways that we, and you, can make a tremendous impact.

  • Prevention

    Forging long-term wellness relationships across the community. Helping community members overcome hurdles to good health. Avoiding disease before it takes root.
  • Access

    Serving patients in the communities where they live. Connecting patients and care providers in new ways.

  • Outstanding Patient Outcomes

    Funding the innovations that keep Cone Health and our patients at the forefront of excellent care.

  • Support in Times of Challenge

    Helping patients afford the treatments they need to fight disease and be well. Supporting patients as they come to terms with a diagnosis.