Construction Accounting Manager Mary Jo Reed, was one of ten breast cancer survivors selected to be a 2012 Komen for the Cure Ambassador. As an Ambassador, Mary Jo set a personal goal to raise $10,000 to support the Indianapolis Race for the Cure. Thanks to the support of her Duke Realty co-associates, Mary Jo raised… Continue Reading
What began as a reaction to the terrorist attacks of 9/11 has grown into an annual music event to raise funds for a variety of social-change organizations. Band Together has so far raised $2.1 million for the nonprofits it serves. For the past two years, Duke Realty has supported Band Together’s mission as a Hall… Continue Reading
The Raleigh team of David Parker, Jim Tully, Bruce Worcester, Susan Holder, Dain Seale, and Patrick Blackley helped make a difference for a local family in the Raleigh community by installing siding and painting the interior of a home under construction for the Raleigh Chapter of Habitat for Humanity.
A team from Duke Realty’s Houston office worked with SEARCH Homeless Services to get meals to the area’s homeless. Pat Hayslip, Executive Administrative Assistant; David Hudson, Senior Vice President; Cory Driskill, Senior Leasing Representative; and Leigh Ann Bryan, Assistant Property Manager, prepared and served meals with SEARCH.
Every 38 seconds, someone in the United States needs blood. Duke Realty’s Orlando office takes action annually, encouraging donations that will save lives. Each year, the office fires up enthusiasm and collects an impressive donation for the Florida Blood Center from tenants and employees. In 2011, the office was one of BOMA Orlando’s leading blood… Continue Reading
While an Atlanta schools organization was getting by with folding tables and chairs, Duke Realty tenant Caremedic had more furniture than it could handle. Rather than let all those perfectly good chairs, desks, and so on end up in the landfill, Duke Realty Senior Property Manager Pam Sanders worked with Techbridge—a Duke Realty tenant and… Continue Reading
William Woods, a technician in Duke Realty’s Atlanta office, used his vacation time to help provide medical services to people in LaVoute, Haiti. Along with 40 people from three churches, Woods visited LaVoute in October 2011 and helped treat more than 1,100 people over a week.