The Duke Collaborative Community Council (D3C) was formed to support the Duke CFAR in community-centered research and outreach activities. The D3C is made up of community members across Durham, the Triangle, and other parts of North Carolina who are living with HIV, receive PrEP, or are closely engaged with services related to HIV care and prevention or supporting the wellbeing of people living with HIV.
The D3C will hold their first community outreach event on Saturday, June 3rd from 11:30am - 2:30pm at CAARE (214 Broadway St, Durham, NC 27701) in collaboration with CAARE and the African American COVID-19 Task Force. The family-friendly, inclusive event will be free and open to the public and will have tables from groups representing community-based organizations, healthcare providers, and social services. The event will host a free food truck, and entertainment, including a DJ and bounce house. All are welcome!
If you would like to help volunteer at the event please contact Lizzy Knippler at email@example.com. The D3C is also looking for organizations/groups who might be interested in setting up a table at the event. They are hoping to have a wide range of organizations represented, but have expressed a particular interest in resources related to mental health, housing, and sexual health. There is no cost to be a vendor at the event. The D3C is also looking for donations of items to raffle off, such as gift cards from local businesses. If you have any connections, please reach out to Lizzy Knippler.