Community Outreach

Giving back by getting involved.

Committed to Our Community

Our mission is to enrich and improve the lives of residents and those connected to our community. Carolina Meadows takes an active role in our broader community through the energy and commitment of our residents, employees and corporation.

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Supporting the Performing Arts We have built meaningful relationships within the arts community in North Carolina. We support Carolina Performing Arts, Carolina Ballet, North Carolina Symphony, PlayMakers Repertory Company and the North Carolina Museum of Art through our patronage, sponsorships and ad placements.
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Education Our support for education includes contributions to Carolina Public Humanities, mentoring in local schools and on-site tutoring for citizenship, literacy and English as a Second Language.
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Partnering with CORA Food Pantry Our annual fundraiser and food drive, done in collaboration with CORA Food Pantry in Chatham County, support hunger prevention in local communities.
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Public Television Partnership Carolina Meadows residents have made significant contributions to UNC-TV for many years. Our enthusiastic support is showcased each year by a month-long, on-campus program in which we develop and execute themes to boost proceeds from UNC-TV’s annual fundraiser.
“As a not-for-profit organization, Carolina Meadows is committed to providing support and leadership to enhance life for older adults in our community and beyond.” Kevin McLeod
Some of Our Partners
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Contributions to the Local Economy
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Contributions to the Local Economy

Residents donate time and money to UNC-TV, CORA Food Pantry and the United Way. 

Residents and staff donate goods to support Book Harvest, Community in Schools and the Council on Aging. 

Support of Our Local Community
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Support of Our Local Community

Carolina Meadows supported the creation of the new SECU Jim and Betsy Bryan Hospice Home. 

Since 2007, Carolina Meadows has awarded more than $1.2 million dollars in grants and gifts to support local nonprofit organizations.

Investment in the Future of Aging
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Investment in the Future of Aging

For more than a decade, Carolina Meadows has been assisting in the training of future physicians. Each year we host UNC Medical School assessment workshops involving more than 150 medical students and 40 resident volunteers. 

Staff at Carolina Meadows work to create shifts in how society views aging such as the Be Bold, Claim Old campaign.

Partnerships Related to Senior Initiatives
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Partnerships Related to Senior Initiatives

We partner with the Chatham County Council on Aging including hosting their spring fundraising event, support of their frozen meals program, and providing leadership to the new county-wide Chatham Aging Plan.

Community Outreach Efforts
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Community Outreach Efforts

We host two Rise Against Hunger meal-packaging events at Carolina Meadows.  At each event, more than 220 residents and employees work side by side to package 25,000 meals to fight hunger worldwide!

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