Weekly prize drawings will be held during the 2017 campaign blitz, which is Oct. 1-31.

Who is eligible to participate? Duke employee donors who have made a contribution to Doing Good in the Neighborhood, from July 1, 2017 through the campaign blitz, are automatically entered in the prize drawings. Duke employees can also enter the prize drawings without making a campaign contribution by filling out this form once during the month of October.

Even though making a gift to Doing Good in the Neighborhood is not necessary to enter, please remember that gifts to Doing Good in the Neighborhood benefit local schools, nonprofits and neighborhoods.

When will winners be announced? Every Friday during the month of October.

The prize drawing schedule:
(The schedule will be updated each week with the winners’ names)

Sept. 29 @ Duke Farmers Market
Monuts gift certificate: Nancy Garrett-Mead, Duke Cancer Institute – Oncology Clinical Research Unit

Oct. 6
$60 Washington Duke Inn Fairview Dining Room gift certificate: Pam Brown, Fuqua School of Business – Student Services
Four (4) Durham Bulls Terrace seats + four (4) Durham Bulls hats: Catherine Kastleman, Nicholas School of the Environment – Superfund Research Center
$25 gift certificate to Guglhupf Bakery, Cafe & Restaurant: Stephen Toback, Office of Information Technology
$25 gift card for Tyler’s Restaurant & Taproom: Barbara Hotelling, School of Nursing

Oct. 13
$60 JB Duke Hotel food and beverage gift certificate: Amanda Gardner, North Carolina Orthopaedic
Four (4) tickets to The Nutcracker on Dec. 9 at the Durham Performing Arts Center: Alexis Steinhilber, Duke University Hospital
One (1) Nasher Museum of Art family membership + one (1) $50 gift certificate to the Nasher Cafe: Jane Pleasants, Procurement & Supply Chain Management 
Two (2) Duke Athletics season passes (Men’s and Women’s Soccer, Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse, and Baseball home athletic events): Rachel Sanchez, Le@DD Initiative

Oct. 20
$60 Washington Duke Inn Fairview Dining Room gift certificate: Robert Drucker, Department of Pediatrics
$50 Runaway gift certificate: Eulena Jonsson, Division of Student Affairs
Four (4) all-day general admission tickets to the Durham Museum of Life and Science: JoAnne Van Tuyl, Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies
Duke Lemur Center prize package of two (2) Lemurs Live! tour tickets plus an adopted lemur of the winner’s choice through the Adopt A Lemur program: Michele Kuszajewski, School of Nursing 

Oct. 27
$60 JB Duke Hotel food and beverage gift certificate:
$50 21C Counting House gift certificate: Lorna Bates, Fuqua School of Business
Two (2) Duke Men’s Basketball tickets to a regular season home game: Neil Petry, Radiopharmacy Services
$50 gift certificate to Duke University Stores: Marti Brauer, Duke Health Technology Solutions

Oct. 31 Halloween prize blitz
$60 Washington Duke Inn Fairview Dining Room gift certificate: Donald McDonnell, Pharmacology & Cancer Biology
$60 Washington Duke Inn Fairview Dining Room gift certificate:  Iris Wilfong-Rogers, Office of Research Support
$60 Washington Duke Inn Fairview Dining Room gift certificate: Sharon Bass, Fuqua School of Business
$60 Washington Duke Inn Fairview Dining Room gift certificate: James “Rich” McCurdy, Duke Molecular Physiology Institute
$60 JB Duke Hotel food and beverage gift certificate: Victor Taylor, Duke University Corporate Relations
$60 JB Duke Hotel food and beverage gift certificate: Sarah Cross, Nasher Museum of Art
$60 JB Duke Hotel food and beverage gift certificate: Lucas Hubbard, Alumni Affairs
$60 JB Duke Hotel food and beverage gift certificate: Sophia Perry, Duke Credit Union
$60 JB Duke Hotel food and beverage gift certificate: Bill McCraw, Facilities Management
$60 JB Duke Hotel food and beverage gift certificate: John Murray, Department of Pharmacy, Duke University Hospital
$60 JB Duke Hotel food and beverage gift certificate: William Hockett, DUMAC
$60 JB Duke Hotel food and beverage gift certificate: Juliette Duara, Kenan Institute for Ethics
$60 JB Duke Hotel food and beverage gift certificate:
$20 in Saladelia gift cards: Nancy White, Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship
$20 in Saladelia gift cards: Dani Levin, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science
Two (2) Counter Culture Coffee bags: Barry Snyder, Fuqua School of Business
Two (2) Counter Culture Coffee bags: Holly Brown, Flow Cytometry Lab
Two (2) Durham Bulls tickets and two hats: Maggie Dickson, Digital Curation Services
Two (2) Durham Bulls tickets and two hats: David Eck, Duke Continuing Studies
Two (2) Durham Bulls tickets and two hats: Amy Gleason, Office of the University Registrar
Two (2) Durham Bulls tickets and two hats: Alan Teasley, Program in Education
Two (2) Durham Bulls tickets and two hats: Jullia Rosdahl, Duke Glaucoma Service
Two (2) Durham Bulls tickets and two hats: Elizabeth Knippler, Duke Global Health Institute
Two (2) Durham Bulls tickets and one hat: Patrice Dye, Duke Human Resources
Four (4) Duke Football tickets to Nov. 18 game: Towanda Wilson, Duke University Libraries
$50 Ninth Street Flowers gift certificate: Kimberly Brown, Duke Clinical Research Institute
$50 Ninth Street Flowers gift certificate: Sarah Davis, Duke Pediatric Brain Tumor Center
$50 Ninth Street Flowers gift certificate: Julie Strine, Duke Primary Care
$50 Ninth Street Flowers gift certificate: Tonya Sanders, Duke University Police Department
$50 Ninth Street Flowers gift certificate: Debra Kelly, Office of Research Contracts, School of Medicine
$50 Ninth Street Flowers gift certificate: Bruce Puckett, Duke University Chapel
$50 Ninth Street Flowers gift certificate: Khalil Nasir, Sanford School of Public Policy
$50 Ninth Street Flowers gift certificate: Kelly Cottrell, Academic Advising Center

Additional rules for the 2017 prize drawings:
1. No gift or pledge is necessary to enter.
2. You must be at least 18 years old to enter.
3. You must be a current Duke employee (or retired Duke employee who is still giving to the campaign) to be eligible to win.
4. Duke Office of Durham & Regional Affairs staff are not eligible to win.
5. The prizes are not redeemable for cash.
6. The odds of winning depend on the number of employees who have made a contribution to Doing Good in the Neighborhood and the number of employees who have signed up to enter the prize drawings via the Qualtrics form.
7. The winner is solely responsible for any tax implications associated with winning the prize.

Doing Good in the Neighborhood receives generous support from these local organizations and Duke entities: