Health Trust

Dedicated to dramatically improving the health and well-being of all people and communities of Western North Carolina

Thank You for Attending Our 

Community Meetings!

Hundreds of you from communities across Western North Carolina took part in our Community Meetings October 9th and 10th in Marion, Sylva, and Asheville. We thank you for investing your time and knowledge with us. You shared your thoughts and priorities about the many issues that impact health and wellness, from education to healthy foods to substance abuse. Our board and staff are busy reviewing and analyzing the information you shared as we begin creating our strategic plan.

We’ll post more information about what we heard very soon!
In the meantime, you can read more about the Community Meetings

We are committed to

Diversity, Equity
and Inclusion.

Our commitment is to foster an environment that recognizes and respects all people in this region, their values, as well as each communities’ unique qualities and attributes. At Dogwood Health Trust, we believe that embracing diversity, equity, and inclusion as an organization is the absolute best and most intentional way to live into our purpose, values and guiding principles. This supports our strategy, partnerships and collaboration to achieve the greatest impact across Western North Carolina.

Our Values

We live into three key values which uphold our purpose, and inform our strategies and decisions.

Key Value #1

with Courage

We will be bold in pursuing our commitment to the people and communities of Western North Carolina by taking smart risks and investing in opportunities for profound impact.

Key Value #2

with Integrity

We will bring transparency and humility in stewarding resources to support and strengthen Western North Carolina for generations to come.

Key Value #3

with Purpose

We will foster collective impact by promoting collaboration and advancing shared learning.

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New Dogwood Health Trust CEO Meets WNC

Leaders representing local nonprofits and community organizations packed a conference room at Southwestern Community College. Janice Brunmit, Chair of Dogwood Health Trust introduced the new

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