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    Advancing Medicine Through Education.

Our Mission

The OrthoCarolina Foundation seeks to support educational programs that improve the quality of healthcare at multiple levels. That is why we currently support several ongoing educational programs. The Foundation invites innovative proposals from all areas of healthcare education that improve the quality of health in our community and beyond.

Latest News

Profound Gentlemen: Building Community For Male Educators of Color.

08.28.2019

Profound Gentlemen is the latest recipient of a grant from the OrthoCarolina Foundation.

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A THANK YOU NOTE FROM THE BRUCE IRONS CAMP

06.07.2018

This is a summer camp for low-income students who demonstrate leadership potential, good citizenship, and strong academic efforts. They are paired with a volunteer who make a five-year commitment to mentor each child throughout the year.

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UPDATED! A new grant submission timetable.

07.31.2017

Grant applications will now be reviewed annually every March.

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Congratulations to these Outstanding Allied Health Care Professionals

01.11.2017
2016 OrthoCarolina Foundation Scholarships Awardees
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Partners & Sponsors

Digi-Bridge

Digi-Bridge aims to equip shareholders with the means to foster optimal use of technology in the learning environment, ensuring that all 21st century learners have opportunities to succeed in the digital age.

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Teaching Fellows Institute

Proud to be a partner with TFI, helping To Honor… To Engage… To Inspire…

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PAT'S PLACE CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER

Pat’s Place Child Advocacy Center coordinates the investigation, prosecution, and treatment of the most severe cases of child abuse in Mecklenburg County.

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Bruce Irons Camp Fund

Bruce Irons Camp Fund (BICF) provides residential summer camp experiences, year-round enrichment activities, and mentoring for five consecutive years starting in 5th grade to low-income Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) students.

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Classroom Central

Since 2002, Classroom Central has provided free school supplies to area students in need. Supporting 100,000 students across six school districts, our team provides everything from notebooks and pencils, to crayons and books, and so much more to nearly 20

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