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Wake Radiology Charitable Giving

We’re proud of the charities, associations, and cultural groups that we sponsor annually and know the work they do in our communities is making a difference. From the Carolina Ballet to the Komen Race For The Cure, we know that being good stewards in our community is important, and that all these groups contribute to our overall health and happiness. Below is a list of some of the charitable associations that we are proud to support. We encourage you to contribute through resources, time, or ticket purchases to these or other groups to make our community a better place to live.

ACS-Logo.jpg American Cancer Society The American Cancer Society (ACS) is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization that works to raise money to fund research, provide cancer education, and develop community programs & services.
Komen-logo.jpg      View our event photo gallery Komen for The Cure NC Triangle (Sustaining Partner) Susan G. Komen for the Cure is the world’s largest and most progressive grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists – the only grassroots organization fighting to cure breast cancer at every stage, from the causes to the cures and the pain and anxiety of every moment in between. The Triangle event is held annually at Meredith College in Raleigh on the second Saturday of June.
PIP-Logo.jpg Pretty in Pink Foundation (Founding Partner) Pretty In Pink Foundation is a North Carolina 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides financial assistance, resources, and support to underinsured/uninsured people diagnosed with breast cancer who reside in North Carolina. Pretty In Pink Foundation provides access to breast cancer treatment and surgery through a network of North Carolina healthcare specialists.
Project-Access-logo.jpg Project Access Wake County Project Access is a physician-led community effort that has provided health care for low-income and uninsured Wake County residents since 2000. It is managed by the Wake County Medical Society in partnership with WakeMed, Rex, and Duke Raleigh hospitals. Project Access is funded through grants and donations to the Wake County Medical Society’s 501(c)(3) Community Health Foundation. The goal of Project Access is to work in concert with community agencies to meet the unmet healthcare needs of low-income, uninsured men, women, and children. Designed by physicians, Wake County Medical Society’s Project Access allows physicians to focus on the profession’s fundamental values in a coordinated, fair, and efficient way.Wake Radiology is a major contributor to Project Access Wake County and is proud to continue delivering imaging care to those who are unable to afford health care services.
CarolinaBallet-CB-Art.jpg Carolina Ballet Carolina Ballet was launched in 1997 under the direction of artistic director Robert Weiss, to serve the ever-expanding Triangle community. Since that beginning, the Carolina Ballet has evolved into one of the major influences of artistic dance in America attracting 38 dancers from 13 different countries and ballet masters from the most prestigious troupes in the world.
Relay-For-Life-Logo.jpg Relay for Life (ACS) The American Cancer Society Relay For Life is a life-changing event that gives everyone in the Triangle area a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost, and fight back against the disease. At Relay, teams of people camp out at a local high school, park, or fairgrounds and take turns walking or running around a track or path. Each team is asked to have a representative on the track at all times during the event. Because cancer never sleeps, Relays are overnight events up to 24 hours in length.
NC-Symphony-Logo.jpg North Carolina Symphony Founded in 1932, the North Carolina Symphony is a vital and honored component of North Carolina’s cultural life. Now under the gifted artistic leadership of Music Director Grant Llewellyn, the orchestra has grown in stature and sophistication. Its 175 performances annually are greeted with enthusiasm throughout the state in communities large and small, in concert halls, auditoriums, gymnasiums, and outdoor settings.
NC-Master-Choral-Logo.jpg North Carolina Master Chorale Founded in 1942 as the Raleigh Oratorio Society, the North Carolina Master Chorale is committed to bringing the very finest in choral music performance to Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill audiences. Under the direction of Dr. Alfred E. Sturgis since 1993, the Chorale boasts a 170-voice symphonic chorus and a 22-voice chamber choir.
  First Responders Appreciation Breakfast The First Responders Appreciation Breakfast is an opportunity for the business community to say “thank you” to those who risk their lives to save others. Join other Chamber members to show your appreciation of representatives from the Wake County EMS, Wake County Sheriff’s Office, Raleigh-Wake County Emergency Communications Center, City of Raleigh Fire Department, and the City of Raleigh Police Department.
JrLeagueLogo.jpg The Junior League of Raleigh(A Shopping Spree!) The Junior League of Raleigh’s more than 1,750 members serve the Wake County area with programs of education and volunteer service. Since 1930, the League has contributed more than 1,000,000 volunteer hours and more than $4,290,000 to community projects and programs focusing on education, health, and women’s and children’s services.
WCPE-logo.jpg WCPE 89.7 The Classical Station WCPE is a non-commercial, independent, listener-supported station dedicated to excellence in classical music broadcasting. Located in central North Carolina between Wake Forest and Rolesville, WCPE serves the Piedmont area, including Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, with 100,000 watts of power on 89.7 FM. They are heard in the North Carolina Sandhills, coastal areas, and parts of southern Virginia on eleven remote FM transmitters. For listeners seeking accessible great classical music, their selection and presentation make them the radio station of choice, 24 hours per day, every day.
WUNC_logo.jpg WUNC – North Carolina Public Radio Ever since it signed on the air – for the third time! – on April 3, 1976, WUNC-FM has stood for quality programming and public service. But if you’re a fan of the station’s selection of local and NPR news, weekend entertainment, and music programs, you’d be surprised to learn how much WUNC has evolved from its early days, emerging as a professionally managed public radio service. In fact, change has been one of the few constants in the station’s 25-year history.
GRCC_logo.jpg The Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce
Cary_Chamber.jpg Cary Chamber of Commerce
WF_Chamber.jpg Wake Forest Chamber of Commerce
CH_Chamber.jpg Chapel Hill Carrboro Chamber of Commerce

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