Whether this takes the form of pro bono design for established state and national charitable organizations, or paid days off for employees to engage locally, we seek to enhance our community in both a professional and altruistic capacity.
The Durham Rescue Mission was founded in November 1974 by Dr. and Mrs. Ernie Mills with one goal in mind: to mend shattered lives by restoring families and giving hope in Durham, Raleigh and Chapel Hill. They’ve remained dedicated to this mission for the past 44 years. It began in a small, two-story house on the corner of North Holman and East Main Street in Durham, NC, with just enough space to provide shelter for up to a dozen men. After only a short amount of time, they were running out of space to meet the needs of everyone coming through our doors. Over the last few decades, their ministry has grown tremendously. Today, their Durham homeless shelter and urban rescue mission has room to house and provide food, vocational training, counseling and much more to 400 men, women and children in the Triangle area.
The ADA Research Foundation provides critical funding for diabetes research. The goal? To support innovative scientific discovery that will translate to life-changing treatments and eventual cures.
“A year-round Christian camp and conference center where people of all ages can unplug from the world and step into a serene setting to draw closer to God.
To provide individuals and groups the opportunity to be still and listen to God in a safe, wholesome environment through fun and exciting summer camps, retreats and conferences.”