Learn about Duke's Office of Durham and Community Affairs
Our programs serve the community to meet its priorities. Click the priority areas or explore all.
There are many ways we are Doing Good together
The annual Duke Volunteer Fair welcome more than 50 organizations on campus to share info and recruit Duke volunteers to work in the community
Duke-UNICEF Club welcomes refugees to Durham.
To adapt their Kenyan initiative Coping Together to the realities of North Carolina, a researcher and her team collaborated with local partners Together for Resilient Youth (TRY) and West End Community Foundation.
The West End Community Foundation partnered with Duke's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute to share the story of the Community Family Life and Recreation Center at Lyon Park - part of a historically Black Durham neighborhood.
Duke staff and faculty have helped bring positive change to the community by contributing to Doing Good, Duke’s annual employee giving campaign.