b'PhilanthropyImpact Alamance GrantsImpact Alamance believes that by working together, a healthier, more prosperous future can be built for Alamance County.In scal year 2020, Impact Alamance committed $2,003,036 to 46 di!erent local nonprot organizations. Signicant funds were focused on addressing systemic and structural needs generated or intensied by the COVID-19 pandemic. This included providing outdoor learning playgrounds, supporting a mobile feeding program for children, learning hubs, local food distribution, and computers/technology infrastructure for agencies assisting children with remote learning. Impact Alamance also provided grant writing support for two local agencies, which enabled them to secure grants totaling $1,941,00 from state and national funders.The board and sta! of Impact Alamance also made a signicant commitment to addressing inequities. Impact Alamance is committed to hope, health and prosperity for all. We will continue to fulll our mission by strategically investing in strengthening the communitys grid of resources, including those gaps intensied by COVID-19, says Tracey Grayzer, President of Impact Alamance. For more information go to http://www.impactalamance.com/2021 ANNUAL REPORT (OCT 2020-SEPT 2021)21'