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Katie Boon

Katie Boon
Director, Alamance Regional Charitable Foundation
katie.boon@conehealth.com
336-538-7946 

Physical Address
1225 Huffman Mill Road, Burlington, NC 27215

Mailing address
P.O. Box 202, Burlington, NC  27216

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Alamance Regional Charitable Foundation

In Alamance County and surrounding area, our tight-knit communities are home to people who care about one another. We are fortunate to have an incredibly strong network of outstanding care providers and community partners — a combination that supports our ability to enhance the health and well-being of all our neighbors.

The incredible impact of ARMC

The Alamance Regional Charitable Foundation connects the generosity of caring individuals and organizations with opportunities to improve the health and lives of people in Alamance County and surrounding communities. Philanthropy makes a direct and meaningful difference. It ensures Alamance Regional Medical Center has the resources needed to continue bringing our community world-class technology and care. Plus, gifts to the foundation touch new mothers and infants, children with asthma, patients and families facing cancer, seniors struggling to purchase medications, and countless others who need restored health. 100% of your donation goes to the fund of your choice.

Advancing health and inspiring hope every day

When you give to the Alamance Regional Charitable Foundation, we can make tremendous strides in preventing health issues, forging long-term wellness relationships and changing individual and community outcomes for the better. Think about what inspires you the most and we will partner with you to carry out your vision. 

Below are a few of our most critical and relied-upon funds. View a full list of Cone Health funds here — and if you are ready to make a gift now, visit our donate page.

Rehab/Wellness Fund         

Helps with the cost of medical supplies for patients who are in rehab and cannot afford the services associated with some supplies. The fund also provides community wellness and chronic disease prevention programs for adolescents and adults. (Giving Value: Access)

Patient Emergency Fund

Assists patients who have nothing and need temporary assistance, such as a place to stay, a meal, a ride, etc. (these patients do not qualify for assistance from another fund). (Giving Value: Support in Times of Challenge)

Patricia G. Bynum Fund

Assists less fortunate cancer patients with basic financial needs such as medications, medical supplies, transportation or utilities. (Giving Value: Support in Times of Challenge)

Pink Ribbon Fund

Allows breast cancer patients access to diagnostic procedures they may not otherwise be able to afford. For patients found to have a malignancy, the fund provides for breast cancer therapy essentials. Assistance for basic needs are included for those patients who are underinsured or who have no insurance. A High Risk Breast Clinic is in place to cover costs for those patients needing increased scanning and genetic testing. (Giving Values: Access, Support in Times of Challenge)

A big part of my heart is still with Alamance Regional

“I feel the Foundation is an important part of what makes Alamance Regional Medical Center the caring and human organization that it is. Even though I’m not walking across the parking lot, not walking the halls anymore, a big part of my heart is still with Alamance Regional and always will be. Thanks for supporting the Foundation." John Currin, Former Alamance Regional Medical Center CEO

You work next to people each day and you don’t know what they’re going through

“Some of my employees have received help from the Alamance Regional Charitable Foundation. My employees were really happy to know that there was help when they ran into unexpected troubles in their time of need. I think it’s really important to give to the Employee Assistance Fund, due to the fact that you work next to people each day and you don’t know what they’re going through.” Ashlei Williamson, Environmental Service Department Manager, Alamance Regional Medical Center

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