The NC Pediatric Society is the charitable arm of the NC Pediatric Society whose mission is to “help pediatricians help children.” It relies on individual gifts from its members, as well as grants and other private and public sources. Read about the current work of the Foundation. See who currently funds the Foundation. Learn about ways to support the Foundation.
In Recent News
Pediatric Society’s Efforts to Support Children and Youth in Foster Care Nets Eleven Month Planning Grant
The NC Pediatric Society has been awarded a grant to develop a federally-required state plan for the ongoing oversight and coordination of health care services for children and youth in foster care.The Fostering Well-Being Project is funded by the North Carolina Division of Social Services in the state Department of HHS. Read full press release.
NC Pediatric Society Foundation and Wilmington Health Associates Launch Foster Care Project
Recently, the New Hanover Foster Care Project formally kicked off its efforts with the hiring of Carol Bryant, LCSW, as the Foster Care Coordinator at Wilmington Health Associates. The project, which has received funding from a variety of funding sources noted below, will focus on improving coordination and health outcomes for children and youth in foster and kinship care in New Hanover County.
Thank you to the following funders for their generous support of the project:
New Hanover Community Foundation
North Carolina Pediatric Society Foundation
Office of Rural Health and Community Cares
Wilmington Health Associates, Corp. & individual pediatricians at the practice
Local Pediatricians in Wilmington
The following interview with Carol Bryant highlights the goals of the project. Read interview.
The North Carolina Pediatric Society Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and all contributions are thereby tax-deductible. The organization’s EIN number is 31-1657902. The organization has a charitable solicitation license through the North Carolina Secretary of State’s Office (#SL003628).