Doing Good Illustration
Contributions & Support

Campaign Goal$785,304
Amount Raised$644,233
59 organizations supported
4 Counties in North Carolina
5 community centers in durham
12 Neighborhoods in Durham

About the Campaign

Doing Good in the Neighborhood is the campaign that makes it easy for Duke employees to make a difference in Durham and the region through community-based philanthropy. Duke employees can donate in a variety of ways, including payroll deduction, to one or more of six giving categories.
Watch the video above and explore these pages to learn how our gifts have a great impact on projects meeting real community needs. When Duke employees give together, we have a greater impact than we could alone!

6 Giving

Doing Good in the Neighborhood emphasizes donor choice, so you decide how your gift improves quality of life in Durham and the Triangle. Choose from any combination of six giving categories.

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3 Ways
to give

You can give to Doing Good in the Neighborhood three different ways.

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Duke Community Giving

Payroll Deduction

Through the Duke@Work self-service portal, you can make a contribution to Duke Community Giving via payroll deduction. Your contribution can be one-time or ongoing.

Duke@Work Website
Duke Community Giving

Credit Card or
Electronic Check

Through the Alumni and Development Records secure giving site, you can make an ongoing or one-time secure credit card or electronic check payment to Duke Community Giving.

Duke Giving Website

United Way of the Greater Triangle

Through the United Way of the Greater Triangle's secure giving page, you can make an ongoing or one-time donation. You can elect to give through payroll deduction, credit card, or electronic check.

United Way Website
News & Updates
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Creating Opportunities for Youth

November 30, 2015

Durham-based non-profit Partners for Youth Opportunity takes a holistic approach to creating a better future for Durham's youth. The 75 students enrolled in PYO receive academic support, the option to have a community mentor, job skills training, and an internship. "The big word in our name," says academic coordinator Dosali Reed-Bandele, "is opportunity. We are…

United Way of the Greater Triangle

November 10, 2015

Meet Shane. He's currently studying geriatrics at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, fulfilling one of his life's dreams. Shane is also one of the 65–70 Triangle area young people who “age out” of the foster care system each year. “As a foster child I had a dream, but I didn’t know how to get…

Neighbors Working Together

November 3, 2015

Alisa Johnson has lived in Durham, NC for thirty-three years. A resident of the Burch Avenue neighborhood, Alisa is also the chair of the steering committee of the Southwest Central Durham Quality of Life Project. QOL represents six Durham neighborhoods: Burch Avenue, West End, Lyon Park, Lakewood Park, Morehead Hill, and Tuscaloosa-Lakewood. Since its founding…