A Year of Action and Growth
2021 Annual Impact Report
Letter to Our Community
In reflecting upon 2021, I do so with mixed emotions. There is a tension between the global impact of COVID-19 and a period of unparalleled growth for Community-Campus Partnerships for Health. During what has now been a two-year pandemic, CCPH has stepped forward as an organization committed to authentic partnerships to address the full effects of health inequities.
This report highlights both authentic partnerships and a commitment to the communities we touch. It also reflects our deepest thanks to our many partners who have walked alongside us as we extend the reach of CCPH.
I am eternally optimistic that we will overcome this challenge and take with us the invaluable lessons we captured in our hearts and minds.
Al Richmond, Executive Director (He/Him)
“To those of you on the frontline of public and community health – thank you for your resolve to serve others. Your sustained commitment to others will be remembered as saving the lives of many. We also acknowledge our collective hurt and pain for the deaths, ongoing pain, and trauma of this season.“
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At the Heart of
The RWJF-CCPH Award
for Health Equity
THE NORTH CAROLINA
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT ALLIANCE RESEARCH I-TEAM
In partnership with the University of North Carolina Center for Health Equity Research and
Wake Forest School of Medicine Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity
AT THE HEART OF THE MATTER
In partnership with the American Heart Association, The Center for Black Healthy & Equity,
Morehouse School of Medicine, and South Carolina State University
In partnership with The American Institutes for Research
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
AWARD FOR HEALTH EQUITY
In partnership with Morehouse School of Medicine
As we look ahead to more growth and strengthen our efforts to promote health equity and social justice, we remain committed to investing in the communities we serve and invite you to do the same. Your interest and support will allow us to continue the work that we’ve been doing for almost a quarter of a century.