October 26, 2023
A grant funds Duke faculty’s creative projects exploring how race shapes life Image.
October 26, 2023
Duke Divinity School students, faculty, and alumni gathered last week to celebrate the quinceañera of its Hispanic House of Studies (HHS) — the 15th birthday of the resource center — with worship, a mariachi band, and giant tres leches cake.
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Sharing Hope through Ministry in Rural Communities
The Duke Endowment’s Director of Rural Church, Robb Webb, shares his reflections about a recent grant to support the creation of new faith communities and strengthen existing congregations within the United Methodist conferences.
June 14, 2023 | Robert R. Webb III
Healthy People, Healthy Carolinas Effort Featured at National Conference
Health leaders working with the Endowment-supported Healthy People, Healthy Carolinas initiative share what they've learned with peers.
December 7, 2022 | Miriam Tardif-Douglin and Emily Roland
A Welcome Change in S.C. Foster Care Policy
South Carolina wins praise for new policy offering foster care services until age 21.
December 6, 2022 | Phillip H. Redmond Jr.
Kinship Care: A Vital Part of the Child Welfare Safety Net
Some 84,000 children in North Carolina and 74,000 in South Carolina live with kin caregivers. These children often enjoy better outcomes than those placed in non-familial settings, but kin caregivers often receive less support from the child welfare system than foster families.
September 8, 2022 | Phillip H. Redmond Jr., Tamika D. Williams
As Rural Hospitals Struggle, A Hopeful New Model Emerges
UNC Hospitals, with support from the Endowment, has opened the doors of an innovative new labor and delivery unit in rural Siler City, N.C.
May 12, 2022 | Martha Carlough, Ellen Chetwynd, Katie Wouk