In March, Duke community members are invited to help package 100,000 meals for N.C. families in need. The MLK Meal Packaging Event, which was originally scheduled for Jan. 15, was Read More
The deadline to apply for the America Reads / America Counts (ARAC) program at Duke is 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 12.
Geraud Staton’s entrepreneurism began at 13 years old, when he started selling 5-cent Blow Pop candies for $1 to his school classmates. The money Staton earned selling candy went toward Read More
This fall, 58 Triangle nonprofits will receive a Duke Community Care Fund grant in order to expand their programs, buy supplies or start new projects.
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
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
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
Learn about Durham’s economic revolution and its shift from tobacco and textiles to technology and medicine. Study gentrification and the dynamics of neighborhood change. Attend the Durham Farmers Market and Read More
At the Diaper Bank of North Carolina, 13 Duke Fuqua School of Business employees carried teetering stacks of new diapers and sorted the diapers into wrapped bundles. Twice a year, Read More
Sitting together on couches in a residence hall lounge, Duke students were in various stages of flipping through contact information stored in their phones, writing personalized notes to their parents Read More