Todd W. Dalrymple has been named a program officer at The Duke Endowment, where he will help lead the Endowment’s new strategic emphasis on early childhood issues. Read the news release.
Families stepping up to care for another family member's child in times of hardship is a time-honored tradition. MORE
Since it began in August 2008, Durham Connects has served more than 20,000 moms. It offers free home visits to all parents of newborns in Durham County, regardless of income level. MORE
The Wilkes County school system is taking a hands-on, preventative approach to attacking the growing public health problem of childhood obesity. MORE
A new grant will allow Furman University to partner with the Gallup firm to study the impact of the school's undergraduate experience and measure the effectiveness of its signature approach to education, The Furman Advantage. MORE
Every elementary school student in Montgomery County, N.C., has access a "Daily Mile" track where he or she can run, jog or walk a mile a day as part of a broader effort to teach children healthy habits. MORE
The N.C. Rural Center has received a five-year grant from The Duke Endowment to work with United Methodist churches in rural North Carolina to build more economically dynamic and socially inclusive communities. MORE.
LiveWell Greenville recently held its annual meeting to give feedback and talk about a new Healthy People, Healthy Carolinas grant from The Duke Endowment. MORE
Laila A. Bell is joining The Duke Endowment as associate director of learning and evaluation. Read the news release.
Johnson Middle School in Timmonsville is hosting the Strengthening Families Program for the first time in school history. The program improves communication between parents and children. MORE