Spring 2013

In Florence, S.C., Gaye Allen-Cook sees dozens of clients, from preschoolers to teens. Most have been physically or sexually abused. Some have witnessed brutal violence in their homes. Trained in a mental health intervention called Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Gaye helps the healing process begin.

Her story is the latest in The Duke Endowment’s “Profiles of Service” series, which highlights “behind-the-scene” staff and volunteers at grantee organizations across the Carolinas.

Spring 2013

The Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry restores hope for neighbors in need in coastal North Carolina. 

From aquaponics to soil research, a grant from the Endowment is helping Johnson C. Smith University, Davidson College, Duke University and Furman University engage students in food and farming. 

In a new pilot project, The Duke Endowment is helping three small, rural hospitals implement ways to reduce their carbon footprint – and save on the bottom line.