As project director for Come to the Table in North Carolina, Tahz Walker works to connect congregations and farmers to boost local agriculture and relieve hunger in their communities.
Kelly Brownell, dean of the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University, says a new center could address critical food system issues and challenges.
In South Carolina, people living with sickle cell disease hope a new program will pave the way to improved, comprehensive services.
A promising new tool that uses predictive analytics to help social workers do their jobs is putting the Department of Social Services in New Hanover County, N.C., on the cutting edge of child welfare.
As the new dean of Duke Divinity School, Elaine Heath will help the school pioneer new forms of theological education in a rapidly changing world.
With growing numbers of people living with Alzheimer’s disease, a North Carolina task force has developed a strategic plan for the state.
In South Carolina, a new program is helping parents and children create healthier relationships together.
In Lumberton, N.C., the Prevention and Family Recovery initiative expands child-centered services for parents in treatment for substance abuse.
A new program will help rural United Methodist churches in eastern North Carolina use their resources, people and buying power to connect farmers and consumers.
Susan McConnell, director of The Duke Endowment’s Higher Education program area, discusses our support for Davidson College, Duke University, Furman University and Johnson C. Smith University.
Virtual care is now helping pediatric patients in the Carolinas gain access to behavioral health services.