In the Community
Wake Forest Baptist Health is proud to support our community by sponsoring events that promote the well-being and health of the community. View our community calendar for these and more upcoming events.
This event was created to honor Jacob Kratzer's memory and to support the SUDC Foundation, an organization that funds research to help answer the question of what causes the premature death of children. More information.
Join us for Lillie’s Friends 5K & Family
Festival at BB&T Ballpark on March 28. Lillie’s Friends raises awareness of
neuroblastoma, provides funding for innovative research, and supports families navigate
their child’s neuroblastoma diagnosis.
Wake Forest Baptist is a proud sponsor of the March of Dimes' March for Babies on Saturday, April 11. Four million babies are born in the United States each year and the March of Dimes has helped each and every one of them through research, education, vaccines and breakthroughs.
Purchase a T-shirt for $10 and help support families staying at the Ronald McDonald House.
Join us for the Walk to Defeat ALS and help raise funds for needed research and patient support programs like the ALS Association's adaptive equipment lending closet and support groups.
The Relay raises funds for American Cancer Society programs that support cancer patients and survivors like Road to Recovery and Look Good, Feel Better. Please consider joining our team.
Join us for the 2015 Komen Race for the Cure and help fund a cure for breast cancer. The event concludes with a moving tribute to breast cancer survivors on the field at Dash Ballpark.
When you join Heart Walk, you join more than a million people in 300+ cities across America in taking a stand against heart disease and helping save lives!
The Winston-Salem Race Series 2015, presented by Wake Forest Baptist Health and Omega Sports, highlights the community’s best events and promotes a healthy and active lifestyle including the Brenner Fit 5K Challenge.
Winston-Salem Free Dental Clinic
The Winston-Salem NCMOM Clinic will provide free dental services, as a collaboration of the Forsyth County Dental Society and the North Carolina Dental Society. The clinic will set up an 80-station mobile dental treatment facility and provide services to 1,000 or more qualifying adults. Professional and community volunteers are needed.
The event is held under the lights at Tanglewood on a Saturday night. Food is available for purchase from local food trucks. Bring the family and have a wonderful evening under the stars. Proceeds from the event help fund wishes for local children with life threatening medical conditions.
Week of December 01, 2013