- The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust was created in 1947 by the will of Mrs. William N. Reynolds of Winston-Salem. Three-fourths of the Trustís grants are designated for health-related programs and services across North Carolina and one-fourth for the poor and needy of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.
- The Community Foundation of WNC is a non profit organization established in 1978 to create a permanent pool of charitable capital that will always be available for the 18 counties of Western North Carolina.
- The American Academy of Pediatrics is committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents and young adults. The Community Access To Child Health (CATCH) grants are one way they support local communities and projects.
- Graham Childrenís Health Services of Toe River has been an advocate for the communityís health needs since 1997. The organization is responsible for the creation of the Toe River Dental Clinic, Centro de Enlace, Kid Mountain, Ray-Cort Skate Park and renovation of the Old Burnsville Gym.
- Blue Ridge Regional Hospital. Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Blue Ridge Regional Hospital serves Mitchell, Yancey, lower Avery and upper McDowell counties.
- The Blue Ridge Regional Hospital Foundation connects the gifts and generosity of individuals, corporations and foundations with worthy funding opportunities in our hospital and community. Since its founding in 1995, the Foundation has returned over $7 million to Blue Ridge Regional Hospital & the surrounding community in the form of advanced medical technology, facility improvements and treatment services.
- Mission Healthcare Foundation connects the generosity of a caring community with opportunities to improve lives through better healthcare.
- SKC is our technology partner in the development and implementation of the Health-e-Schools Network. For yeras SKC has provided us with consultations and information. SKC is also the group that installed the videoconferencing equipment at the Historic Bakersville Courthouse and they work closely with the UNC Pediatric Rehabilitation TelAbility Program.