Project Impact is a community initiative to provide additional operating funds to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools to address critical student achievement gaps and improve third-grade reading and math proﬁciency scores.
Using strategies proven successful in other districts, Project Impact is funding programs at the district's highest-need schools:
Focus areas include intensive early intervention that target proﬁciency gaps among lower-performing schools. Project Impact is funding programs to be evaluated over six years, to enable designated local public schools to implement programs and measure their effectiveness.
The Project Impact Fund is a component fund of The Winston-Salem Foundation. Project Impact’s Advisory Board consists of eight community leaders. The Advisory Board serves as steward of the Project Impact funds. Members are:
More than $24 million total commitment to date with support from these Founding Partners and other organizations and individual donors:
Plus additional resources on Leadership Development and Health and Wellness