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Reports – August 30, 2022

2021 Annual Report

Last year saw a host of new challenges. Even as vaccines were made available and infection rates were going down, the impact of COVID-19 was devastating. Amid all the struggles, however, we have continued Drawing Strength” from the will and determination that countless individuals have shown to keep their families safe, their organizations healthy and their communities together.

2021 Annual Report
Communication Materials – August 15, 2022

2021 Grantmaking

In 2021, The Duke Endowment approved $188.4 million in new grants, some of which will be paid in future years. More than $174.9 million was distributed through 480 grants, some of which were approved in previous years. In this overview you will find additional information about our 2021 Annual Grantmaking totals.

2021 Grantmaking
Communication Materials – August 15, 2022

The Duke Endowment Flyer

This flyer provides an overview of our work, grantmaking and leadership (as of 2021). 

The Duke Endowment Flyer
– April 22, 2022

Technical Assistance Providers Funded by The Duke Endowment's Rural Church Program Area

This is a list of technical assistance providers/​intermediary organizations that are funded by The Duke Endowment’s Rural Church program area to help rural churches engage their communities more effectively.

Technical Assistance Providers Funded by The Duke Endowment's Rural Church Program Area
Building & Facilities – April 13, 2022

Guidelines for The Duke Endowment Conference Center & Meeting Spaces

Primary use of The Duke Endowment’s Conference Facilities includes meetings held by Endowment staff and grantee events initiated by the Endowment. Occasionally, eligible grantees may be permitted to use the Conference Facilities for events not related to the Endowment’s work. 

Guidelines for The Duke Endowment Conference Center & Meeting Spaces
Reports – April 8, 2022

A Multi-Year Evidence Building Partnership: The Duke Endowment Summer Literacy Initiative

This March 2022 report by Project Evident shows how The Duke Endowment is using evidence to build and scale a summer literacy program in rural communities.

A Multi-Year Evidence Building Partnership: The Duke Endowment Summer Literacy Initiative
Reports – March 23, 2022

Using a Collective Impact Model in Communities to Improve the Physical Environment

The physical environment — the places where individuals live, work, and play — can cause or prevent serious health conditions including chronic diseases and obesity. In North Carolina, the Collective Impact Model serves as the foundation on which multisector community coalitions can address environmental and policy barriers for improved health.

Using a Collective Impact Model in Communities to Improve the Physical Environment
Reports – March 15, 2022

Oral Health in America

This report highlights the most promising new approaches for improving oral health and for ensuring that all Americans enjoy its benefits. Finally, 

Oral Health in America
Communication Materials – February 8, 2022

Organization Logos and Usage Guidelines

The Endowment logo may be used in compliance with our guidelines. For additional formats or questions about use, please contact us.

Organization Logos and Usage Guidelines
Reports – December 10, 2021

Evaluation of Efforts to Center Racial Equity in COVID-19 Grantmaking

This report from Creative Research Solutions evaluates the Endowment’s effort to center racial equity in its grantmaking response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Evaluation of Efforts to Center Racial Equity in COVID-19 Grantmaking
Videos – November 10, 2021

Benjamin N. Duke Scholarship Program

This Duke University video has an inside look at the man behind the B.N. Duke Scholarship Program.

Benjamin N. Duke Scholarship Program
Reports – September 1, 2021

Clergy Health Initiative Retirement Report - September 2021

This report presents findings on the well-being of United Methodist clergy ages 55 and older, and the well-being of clergy retired 4 years or fewer.

Clergy Health Initiative Retirement Report - September 2021