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.
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.
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.
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.