Giving Away Money: The Duke Endowment
Explore History at The Duke Mansion
Sunday, March 3
Part of the Explore History! Series sponsored by Levine Museum and The Duke Mansion.
Hospitals, churches and schools including Duke University and Charlottes' own Davidson College and Johnson C. Smith University - all get financial support from the Duke Endowment. Discover the stories behind the Duke Endowment dating back to its start nearly a century ago. A panel of local leaders involved with the Duke Endowment will lead a discussion, and a short video will be played.
At the Historic Duke Mansion in Myers Park
400 Hermitage Road
The event is free but reservations are required.
To reserve your spot, email
or call 704.714.4445.
More About The Duke Mansion
|Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, looking for the perfect spot for a family wedding or business event, searching for a state-of-the-art meeting and retreat facility, or wishing for the comfort of a beautiful bed and breakfast, The Duke Mansion is a place of inspiration, delight, and personalized service. Here you'll enjoy Southern charm wrapped in twenty-first century luxury and amenities including WIFI throughout, with the added benefit of individual attention.
Located in Charlotte's most prestigious neighborhood, The Duke Mansion has 20 unique guest rooms. All have queen or king size beds, private baths, exquisite linens, luxurious robes, and include a gourmet goodnight treat and a full breakfast. Stroll our four-and-a-half acres of beautifully maintained grounds or relax on the front porch in a rocking chair. Enjoy the exceptional public spaces that can accommodate everything from a private dinner for a small group to a reception for 300 and be delighted by the cuisine of our full-time on site culinary team.
Built in 1915, located just minutes from downtown Charlotte, and tripled in size by its most famous owner, James Buchanan Duke, The Duke Mansion has been home and host to leaders of the 20th century. Duke's most lasting legacies including Duke University, Duke Energy and the Duke Endowment took shape at the home. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Mansion is now operated as a nonprofit with all proceeds being used to preserve and protect this community treasure.
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