07/14/2016

The Duke Endowment has awarded three-year grants to support five diverse coalitions aimed at improving health across North Carolina as part of its new initiative, Healthy People, Healthy Carolinas. Read the news release.

07/06/2016

Phillip H. Redmond Jr. has been named director of the Child Care program area at The Duke Endowment. Read the news release.

07/06/2016
Washington Daily News

Asbury United Methodist Church’s garden and food ministry has already donated some 350 pounds of fresh produce to organizations that feed the hungry. Read more.

07/06/2016
DukeToday

Eleven students from the Carolinas have received scholarships established by The Duke Endowment to honor Benjamin Newton Duke, one of the university’s founders. Read more.

07/06/2016
The Charlotte Observer

Through the North Carolina Leadership Forum, more than 30 leaders are using civil discourse and collaboration to focus on the economic well-being of families in North Carolina. Read more.

07/05/2016
Hickory Record

A new grant will help sustain and improve access to health care services for vulnerable populations. Read more.

06/29/2016
StarNews Online

In North Carolina, the New Hanover County DSS is piloting a project to help identify and track risk factors affecting children. Read more.

06/21/2016
The Courier-Tribune

A new grant to Randolph Hospital in Asheboro, N.C., will support a project to help integrate behavioral health and primary medical care. Read more.

06/15/2016

Trustees of The Duke Endowment in Charlotte have approved $7.2 million in grants to organizations in North Carolina and South Carolina that are working to expand opportunities for vulnerable children. Read the news release.

06/10/2016
Index-Journal

A new grant will help expand a community network of care for the low-income, uninsured. Read more.

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