Challenge 100: Little Things for Big Impact

Challenge 100 logoHelp us meet the challenge to enhance trust and belonging for all! In honor of our Centennial and our 2024 Year of Belonging - Trust Initiative, Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist is pleased to launch our new Challenge 100: Little Things for Big Impact. Through this challenge, we will award 100 mini grants of up to $1,000 each to support 100 ideas that advance trust and belonging for our patients, teammates, learners and community.

Key Dates

  • Applications will close on January 31, 2024.
  • All applicants will be notified if their idea was selected or not in March 2024.
  • Projects must be implemented by December 1, 2024.
  • Project reports must be submitted by December 31, 2024.

Who is eligible to participate?

All Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist teammates, volunteers, patient advisors and students, as well as community organizations that meet eligibility criteria outlined in the application form are invited to submit an idea

What kind of ideas can be submitted?

  • All ideas must align with one of the following five themes provided by our community stakeholders:
    • Understanding Our History
    • Respect and Safety
    • Consistency in Relationship Building
    • Action with Integrity
    • Transparency and Accountability
  • Ideas may be for any Wake Forest Baptist or Wake Forest University School of Medicine department/area or any part of our community footprint.
  • Ideas may either be a one-time project or a pilot project to be tested for future continuation.

Who selects the ideas?

A review team representing multiple areas, including community members, will review ideas and make final award selections.

How do I submit an idea?

Read more about the submission criteria and how to submit your idea:

Have questions?

Please email CommunityCollaborative@wakehealth.edu if you have questions.