March 17, 2022 | Rhett N. Mabry
Rhett Mabry shares reflections and insights coming out of the organization-wide effort to renew grantmaking strategies and create measurable impact on the lives and communities of the Carolinas.
March 16, 2022 | Rhett N. Mabry, Tamika D. Williams
We are working with foundations from across North Carolina and South Carolina to pool resources in support of nonprofits led by persons of color in communities that have been marginalized.
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Study Suggests Refinements in Foster Care Grantmaking
A study of The Duke Endowment's foster care grantmaking from 2006 to 2015 recommends that the Endowment continue to invest in and refine its efforts to help children who've been placed outside of their familial homes.
March 15, 2018 | Phillip H. Redmond Jr.
Rural Churches Helping Rural Communities
Rural communities and rural Methodist churches share many characteristics and dynamics. Each want to honor their rich past and have a place in a vibrant future. Both have abundant assets; some well appreciated but others less obvious.
November 14, 2017 | Jason Gray
A "WARM" Response
The Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry, or WARM, began in 1996 when local United Methodist Church leaders organized disaster relief crews to repair damage caused by back-to-back hurricanes. Since then, WARM has worked to rebuild homes and restore hope for low-income neighbors in coastal North Carolina.
October 19, 2016 | Robert R. Webb III