Donations to Supporting our Neighborhoods go to projects that promote housing, economic development and quality of life in Durham's neighborhoods, including the creation of a community garden in the West End.
Donations to the Community Care Fund support grants for a wide variety of local projects that promote health, academic achievement, neighborhood development and more. Last year's grants included one to Innovation4Motivation, a program that provides high-quality enrichment for middle school students during their time away from school.
Donations to United Way of the Greater Triangle support your choice of any non-profit organization, or general funds that meet the most pressing needs in the Triangle through a focus on Education, Health and Financial Stability.
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!
Applications are now open for non-profits from across the Triangle to apply for Doing Good in the Neighborhood funding through the campaign’s Community Care Fund. We are accepting proposals that address the following themes: Community Health — Reaching beyond the clinic …. Continue reading
Every year, gifts to the campaign’s Community Care Fund support the creation of competitive grants for local non-profits working to meet real community needs. When we request funding proposals this August, we’ll ask that they address the community issues identified as …. Continue reading