Bring Positive Change by Giving to the 'Doing Good' Campaign

Annual staff and faculty giving campaign has goal of raising $650,000 for community-identified needs in 2021-22

Doing Good against a white backdrop.

Help bring positive change to the community by contributing to Doing Good, Duke’s annual employee giving campaign. 

The campaign, which encourages Duke University and Duke University Health System staff and faculty to donate to a variety of community-identified needs including the United Way of the Greater Triangle, runs through May 31, 2022. 

Staff and faculty can choose where they’d like their tax-deductible donation to go to in the 2021-22 campaign, which has a $650,000 target. Choose among six funds: neighborhoods and housing, health, education, employment, communities, or the United Way of the Greater Triangle.

Employees can participate through the Duke@Work portal by making a one-time ​or recurring donation through payroll deduction, among other options.   

Recently, funds from Doing Good have helped Book Harvest ensure abundant access to children’s books with the installation of book boxes at two locations in the community, supported PORCH Chapel Hill-Carrboro’s efforts to address food insecurity with the distribution of locally grown produce, and helped the Durham Rescue Mission renovate and redesign its childcare facility. 

“Together we can make a big impact in Durham and the region,” said Domonique Redmond, assistant director of strategic initiatives and planning for the Duke Office of Durham and Community Affairs

Below, hear why President Vincent Price and Chancellor Eugene Washington support Doing Good. Learn more and donate at the Doing Good website.

 

For more information on Doing Good, visit doinggood.duke.edu