Brentwood, Tenn. (January 27, 2022) – LifePoint Health announced the completion of a $100,000 community impact grant program, which ultimately supported 10 non-profit organizations that are championing important health and wellness causes across the Middle Tennessee region. The selected organizations focus on addressing a variety of community needs, including healthcare, housing, education and job training, among others. Each grant recipient was awarded $10,000 to help support its work to improve the lives of those it serves.
- 4:13 Strong
- Adventure Science Center
- Backfield in Motion
- Habitat for Humanity of Greater Nashville
- Matthew Walker Health Center
- Nashville MLK Youth Symposium
- Rooftop Nashville
- Siloam Health
- Tennessee Performing Arts Center
- Youth About Business
“LifePoint is committed to being a strong community partner, and we are pleased to support these outstanding organizations and the meaningful work they are doing to create positive change and contribute to the health and well-being of those in our region,” said David Dill, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of LifePoint. “Each of them plays an integral role in contributing to LifePoint’s mission of Making Communities Healthier in the Middle Tennessee community, and it is our hope that these grants will help further advance their efforts to make a difference and impact even more lives in the year ahead.”
LifePoint Health’s community impact program has supported numerous non-profit organizations in the Middle Tennessee community through sponsorship and volunteerism. Notably, the organization has long-term partnerships with Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee and Special Olympics Tennessee, as well as the American Heart Association.
For more information or to apply for funding, contact Reno Thompson, director, community impact, at Reno.Thompson@lpnt.net.
About LifePoint Health
LifePoint Health is a leader in community-based healthcare that serves patients and providers across the healthcare continuum. Driven by a mission of Making Communities Healthier, the company has a growing diversified healthcare delivery network comprised of more than 65 community hospital campuses, more than 30 rehabilitation and behavioral health hospitals and more than 170 additional sites of care, including acute rehabilitation units, outpatient centers and post-acute care facilities. Its 50,000 dedicated employees and 3,000 employed providers are leading innovations in care across 29 states. More information about LifePoint can be found at www.LifePointHealth.net.