With the help of Mike Aistrop and other volunteers, the food pantry at South River United Methodist Church in Rowan County, N.C., provides hope for community members. Read more.
Black Creek United Methodist Church in Wilson, N.C., is working with others in the faith community to help people transition from homelessness. Read more.
The Child Wellbeing Project was recently named one of 15 local, state and national initiatives that are making a critical difference in the lives of youth in foster care. Read more.
United Methodist Church of Kannapolis will use a recent grant from The Duke Endowment to expand a food ministry that serves neighbors in need. Read more.
Trustees of The Duke Endowment have awarded a $1 million grant to support the work of the Riley Institute at Furman University. Read more
Two Ashe County nonprofits are working diligently to provide health care to the uninsured. Read more.
Furman University has ended a successful capital campaign after topping its goal and raising $406 million. Read more.
Trustees of The Duke Endowment have approved nearly $42 million in new grants to organizations in North Carolina and South Carolina. Read the news release.
A Duke University study shows that the Durham Connects home visiting program saves money and improves health and parenting outcomes. Read more.
For young people who age out of foster care, the Youth in Transition program in Winston-Salem helps bridge the path to independence. Read more.