Supporting Thriving Communities
Our Commitment to Racial Equity
We work for racial equity to ensure every resident has the opportunity and support they need to thrive, regardless of the color of their skin, their income, and where they live.
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust works for equitable access to quality health care, education, and economic opportunity for every resident of Forsyth County and across North Carolina.
We focus our grantmaking on achieving long-term, sustainable outcomes to support thriving communities, and empower residents. Listening to community, taking actions to foster racial equity, and shifting systems are integral to all we do.
Our Program Areas
Health Improvement in North Carolina
We invest in solutions that improve health for residents of North Carolina. We support equitable access to care, work to build equitable health systems, and invest in rural health solutions.
Healthy Places NC
We invest in the power and capacity of rural residents to address the health issues impacting their communities and to advocate for systems change at the local, regional, and state level.
Local Impact in Forsyth County
We work to improve the quality of life in Forsyth County—our own backyard. We foster the development of an inclusive economy that supports residents who have historically been denied economic opportunities.
We work with the community to ensure children in Forsyth County enter kindergarten ready to learn and leave set for success.
What We Fund
Find out what we support and how to apply for funding.
The timing of our cycles has changed from fixed to rolling. Find out what we’re funding now.
The researchers from Wake Forest University School of Medicine examined information gathered from surveys and healthcare records of Medicaid beneficiaries who were receiving primary care through the Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist network.
Trust President Dr. Laura Gerald will serve on the Winston-Salem State University Board of Trustees.
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We were founded to improve North Carolinians’ health and well-being.
Kate B. Reynolds founded the Trust in 1947. The mission she set then informs our vision of success today.