The Foundation for a Healthy High Point works with partners to transform conditions that impact the health and well-being of Greater High Point residents by investing in and engaging the community to address upstream social influences on health.

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Greater High Point has a unique footprint, including the towns of Jamestown, Trinity and Archdale in addition to the city of High Point, and stretching across four counties (Forsyth, Guilford, Davidson and Randolph). The area is also unique in its rich and vibrant history, economy, and culture.

  • Transformative Impact

    Our Core Values

    Transformative Impact

    Steadfast commitment to intentionally invest resources to measurably improve conditions that impact health outcomes and achieve long-term improvement that makes Greater High Point a healthier community in which to work, live, and play

  • Collaboration

    Our Core Values


    Supporting, connecting, and initiating collaborative, systemic approaches to address health disparities and the overall health of our community

  • Active Listening

    Our Core Values

    Active Listening

    Consistently involving, listening to, learning from, and integrating the voice of our community in solution building

  • Transparency

    Our Core Values


    Using data and equitable qualitative input to drive decision-making to be a responsible steward of the organization’s assets and ensuring that all of our interactions, the data, and funding decisions are open to review

  • Advocacy

    Our Core Values


    Elevating the voice of the most vulnerable by creatively leveraging the Foundation’s assets

Our Vision

All residents of Greater High Point have opportunities to live healthier lives.

Our Mission

To collaboratively engage the Greater High Point community to transform upstream social influences that impact health and well-being.

Equity Statement

The Foundation for a Healthy High Point applies an equity lens as a critical component of accomplishing its mission.
We will:

  • Prioritize communities whose social determinants of health are most challenging
  • Listen to communities and work with them toward solutions.
  • Ensure that our organization and partners reflect the diversity of the Greater High Point Community.
  • Consistently review our grantmaking process to ensure equitable opportunities.

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well-being, and quality of life in Greater High Point?