The Duke Endowment has committed $5 million to the Duke University School of Law to support the operations of its Center for Judicial Studies. Read more.
EMTs and paramedics are governed by rules that vary widely by city and state. Their wages differ widely as well. Read the full article.
A new grant from The Duke Endowment will continue the Clergy Health Initiative, a program that works to improve and study the health of United Methodist clergy in North Carolina. Read the full article.
Founded in 2006, Hope Homes of Davie County is a faith-based organization based in Mocksville, N.C., that helps provide affordable housing for the community. With support from The Duke Endowment, the nonprofit is about to build more homes – and new lives – for families in need. Read the full article.
New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, N.C., is the state’s first hospital to earn all three “gold” awards offered by a group focused on the health of hospital employees. NC Prevention Partners, with support from The Duke Endowment, recognized NHRMC for establishing “a culture of wellness.” Read the full article.
A pilot project in North Carolina aims to improve the literacy of children who live in rural areas. Developed by Chantalle Carles, a Fellow at The Duke Endowment, the Ubuntu Academy will help prevent the “summer slide” that’s common to disadvantaged elementary students. Read the full article.
Mills River United Methodist Church opened its fellowship hall six years ago to serve senior citizens who might need a nutritious meal and time with friends. Read the full article.
Before the Rev. Dusty Sprouse became a Thriving Rural Communities Fellow at Duke Divinity School, his life took many detours. Read the full article.
With federal funding and a grant from The Duke Endowment, ambulances in Sampson County, N.C., will soon have new equipment to help cardiac patients. Read the full article.
Across North Carolina, new families like Celeste Hines and her 9 month old son, Noah, are benefitting from Nurse-Family Partnership. Regular visits from a registered nurse, are helping Celeste nurture Noah in new and important ways… and it’s working. Read the full article.