Duke Media Foundation
Multimedia Education Providing an Endowment for Our Future
The Duke Media Foundation was established as a 501(c) (3) not-for-profit corporation in 2008. Bill Duke, Founder and CEO of the Duke Media Foundation, pioneered the mission of the foundation with the specific purpose of utilizing multimedia education to identity, address, and fund the eradication of, those issues impacting local communities including, but not limited to HIV/AIDS, education, diabetes and child molestation.
The Duke Media Foundation provides media training for grade school and high school children in conjunction with the Educating Young Minds not-for profit learning center. Additionally, the foundation supports fundraising efforts for organizations involved in foster care, HIV/AIDS education, nutritional education, financial literacy, and gang intervention. Recently, with the help of Congresswoman Diane Watson, the Duke Media Foundation received a $100,000.00 Congressional Grant for the training of young people in creation of media and emerging platforms.
In addition to being the Founder and CEO of the Duke Media Foundation, Bill is on the Board of Directors for Educating Young Minds and is extensively involved with UNAIDS, the joint United Nations program on HIV/AIDS, as well as the Stop the Violence, Increase the Peace Foundation.
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