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The Duke Volunteer Fair is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year by bringing about 50 organizations to Duke campus. Duke students, staff and faculty are invited to stop by Penn Read More
Rahteesha Burgess reminisced about her time as a Lakewood Elementary School kindergartner. She would sit on a big carpet in her Durham classroom or play house with the other students. Read More
After Hurricane Harvey brought devastating winds and flooding to Texas over the weekend, Duke employees and students are looking for ways to support the individuals who have fallen victim to Read More
After 10 weeks, a 3,760-mile trek to the United Kingdom, and dozens of volunteer hours at home and abroad, 15 Duke students are reflecting on their completed DukeEngage Durham journey. Read More
Seven students hopped up and down on a colorful alphabet rug, singing these instructions together. In a Y.E. Smith Elementary School classroom this summer, they learned how to control their Read More
Greg Duncan has watched his Durham nonprofit, the Center for Child & Family Health, grow from 33 employees to 84 in just nine years. His mental health organization expanded in Read More
Replacing furnaces, tearing out moldy walls of homes and rebuilding livelihoods – the work continues in central and eastern North Carolina counties hardest hit by Hurricane Matthew in October 2016.
Triangle nonprofits are encouraged to apply for a Duke Community Care Fund grant that supports projects that meet significant local needs. The Duke Office of Durham & Regional Affairs is Read More
Read about solar energy and then make a melty s’more using the sun and a magnifying glass. Learn about the rotation of the Earth, then visit Durham’s Museum of Life Read More
At the upcoming “Orgullos Hispanos Fair” in Durham, there is something that the participating healthcare professionals will all have in common. They are all Latino. The fair on June 30, Read More