Join in the Journey

Promotion Toolkit

On December 11, 2024, The Duke Endowment will celebrate its 100th anniversary, achieving a milestone reached by very few private foundations. We will mark the occasion in many ways, including a yearlong storytelling project exploring the work of our grantees and partners.

We would like these stories of dedication and impact to reach as many people as possible. Will you help us spread the word?

Participation is easy with these readily accessible tools:

  • Talking points, to familiarize yourself with the work of the Endowment and the centennial celebration.
  • A press release template, allowing you to share with the media the good and important work you are doing, and how the Endowment is partnering in your efforts.
  • Email and social media templates to share your work as an Endowment grantee, as well as our work together, with your personal and organizational networks.
  • An opportunity for submitting a guest blog post that further reinforces our shared commitment to the Carolinas.
  • Logo files and brand standards so our efforts are visually aligned and coordinated.

The Endowment sees this centennial year as an opportunity to highlight the pivotal role our grantees and partners play in fulfilling James B. Duke’s enduring commitment to improving lives in the Carolinas. Thank you for helping us get the word out, and for all you do to carry his legacy and mission forward.

For questions about talking points or press releases, contact Communications Associate Director Shaheen Towles at [email protected]. For questions about logo files or templates for email, social media or blog posts, contact Digital Communications Strategist Eric Frazier at [email protected].

TDE travel exhibit

Visit our traveling exhibit

Learn how James B. Duke helped shape the Carolinas and how his legacy impacts the region today, with interactive exhibits, digital experiences and grantee stories.

The exhibit is at the Davidson College Library in Davidson, NC from April 3 until April 29. Or if you can’t make it in person, explore the exhibit virtually.