Giving Back

Giving Back

NCCU Basketball Coach Supports Single Moms & Community

LeVelle Moton sits behind the desk in his office at North Carolina Central University’s McDougald-McLendon Arena, surrounded by dozens of photos of his smiling wife,...

A Better Way to Feed Those in Need

My colleagues at Durham Magazine recently joined me at the Durham branch of the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina for a...

6 Ways to Do Good (And Get Outside!)

1. The SEEDS Community Garden is an urban sanctuary dedicated to organic gardening and sustainable agriculture, and it provides hands-on opportunities for youth and...

Belly Dancing & Needlepoint: Durham Center for Senior Life Has It All

When you enter the large brick building
 on Rigsbee Avenue, you feel as if you might have walked into a student union on a...

How Chris Rosati is Making Durham the Epicenter of Kindness

Most Durhamites know of Chris Rosati by now. He’s the handsome, 44-year-old guy with a beautiful wife and two daughters who was diagnosed with...

Durham Doctor Gives Hope to Patients in Nepal

"It’s always been a calling,” Dr. John Iredale says of his service missions abroad, and his recent trip to Green Pastures Hospital in Pokhara, Nepal...

In Memoriam: Dr. Sharon Elliott-Bynum

"I am driven by these three principles: integrity, intention and inclusion. My passion comes from my belief in God, that we are all change...

‘Why I Care’

At First Sight Dr. Paul Hahn of the Duke Eye Center reflects on the touching day last fall when patient Larry Hester became the...

Two Men and a Fundraiser

Local moving company Two Men and a Truck showcased their love for animals with the first annual Movers for Mutts campaign. They recently hosted...

One Act of Kindness at a Time

Durham native Chris Rosati was no different than most of us – intending to do good in the world, but getting constantly sidetracked by...