GSK IMPACT AwardsBack Row: David Pulman, president of Global Manufacturing and Supply for GSK; Dr. David Bruton, Medical Director of Moore Free Care Clinic; Terry Allebaugh, Executive Director of Housing for New Hope; Dennis Parnell, President & CEO of The Healing Place of Wake County; Mary Linda Andrews, Director of Community Partnerships for GSKSeated: Gina Upchurch, Executive Director of Senior PharmAssist; Lara Katz, Executive Director of NC Therapeutic Riding Center; Marilyn Green, Executive Director of Helping Hand Clinic; Lori O'Keefe, VP of Philanthropic Services and COO of Triangle Community Foundation
Congratulations to the Durham-based nonprofits Housing for New Hope, Inc. and Senior PharmAssist, Inc. for being among six charities to win a GlaxoSmithKline IMPACT Award, co-presented by the Triangle Community Foundation.
All winners received a $40,000 grant. The 3rd annual IMPACT Awards (IMPACT stands for Innovation, Management, Partnership, Achievement, Community-focus and Targeting) are aimed at organziations that provide healthcare access to underserved populations.
Also honored today at a ceremony at GSK's RTP headquarters: The Healing Place of Wake County; Helping Hand Clinic Inc. of Sanford; Moore Free Care Clinic, Inc. of Southern Pines; North Carolina Therapeutic Riding Center, Inc. of Mebane.