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Check out upcoming Lunch & Learns, volunteer opportunities and other informative programs.


Learn more about Healthy Charlotte Alliance’s investment priorities and apply for a grant.

Cannon Award

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Healthy Charlotte Alliance is a nonprofit working to build a healthier Charlotte-Mecklenburg.  Through the endowment, Healthy Charlotte Alliance has reinvested more than $2.2 million dollars back into the community.

Partner Organizations



Bronze Sponsors
Table Sponsors

Ms. Leslie Aronovitz & Mr. Ted Gearhart

Novant Health Bariatric Solutions

Karen Chandler

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated

TJ Druckenbrod & Merrill Lynch

Dr. Lewis & Carolyn Gaskin


The Ivey

Dr. John & Kathy Klimas

North Carolina Medical Society Alliance

Novare Capital Management

Patriot Military Family Foundation

Kay Saville & Robyn Stump

Dr. & Mrs. Simon Ward, III

Mrs. Mitzi Yount


Annual Meeting 2023

On May 17, Healthy Charlotte Alliance awarded $90,000 in high-impact grants at the annual meeting!

Healthy Living and Alcohol, All Life Long!

On March 29, 85 Alliance and community members joined us for tons of fun learning all about how alcohol impacts us differently as we age. 

Putting DNA to the Test: What Your Genes Can – And Can’t – Tell You About Your Ancestry and Health

Do you sneeze when you go out in the sun? Do you think cilantro tastes like soap? It’s because of your genetic makeup! 37 individuals enjoyed a fascinating program on February 23rd with Alexa Klimas Corcoran of Archway Genealogy…

Integrative Medicine’s Role in a Traditional Medicine Model

On December 1st, 30 Alliance and general community members participated in an informative program with Dr. Chasse Bailey-Dorton, Atrium Health, to learn about integrative medicine, which is evidence-based, complimentary to conventional medicine (not instead of), and individualized to treat the whole person (mind, body and spirit), and not just the disease.