Karen Rogers, treasurer of The Duke Endowment, was named a CFO of the Year by the Charlotte Business Journal. Read more.
A 13-week intervention called “Mothers Overcoming Violence through Education and Empowerment,” or MOVE, is showing promising results. Read more.
A program based at East Carolina University will help rural hospitals use telemedicine as a rapid-response assessment option. Read more.
A growing movement in Charlotte and across the country is reframing traditional notions of philanthropy and helping dispel myths that meaningful giving is reserved for corporate boardrooms or the wealthy. Read more.
In September, the public will be able to hear the results of a two-year, $15 million renovation to Baldwin Auditorium on the Duke University campus. Read more.
A $60,000 grant from The Duke Endowment is helping the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library provide better resources to non-profits. Read the news release.
A Duke Endowment grant to the Mission Foundation will help Project Access continue to serve the low-income, uninsured in Western North Carolina. Read more.
A grant from The Duke Endowment will help integrate primary care and mental health care to provide comprehensive services for people at risk. Read more.
The Medical University of South Carolina is among 50 state hospitals that have joined a three-year employee wellness program, funded by The Duke Endowment and administered through the South Carolina Hospital Association. Read more.
The Ubuntu Academy, a pilot program at Monticello United Methodist Church in Statesville, N.C., has 35 elementary school students improving their literacy while enjoying a fun summer camp filled with activities. Read more.