• 15 people are interested

Event Calendar Maintenance

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Downtown Durham, Inc.

  • 15 people are interested

  1. Do you love knowing what’s happening in downtown Durham?
  2. Are you comfortable working with WordPress websites?

If you answered yes to both of these questions, you may be just the volunteer we’re looking for to help maintain our downtown Durham event calendar.

We need someone to scour a set list of websites and add the events happening downtown to our calendar.

We are looking for a volunteer who can work on this for four hours per week. We will train by Zoom, and the work can be done remotely.

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About Downtown Durham, Inc.


115 Market St., Suite 213, Durham, NC 27701, US

Mission Statement

DDI is the engine for economic development and growth in downtown Durham, and the entity that focuses solely on the economic health, diversity, attractiveness and vibrancy of downtown.


Downtown Durham, Inc. (DDI) is a 501(c) 6 organization, formed in 1993 to serve as a catalyst for downtown revitalization.

With more than $1.7 billion dollars invested over the past 20 years, downtown is now a thriving climate able to support additional business, retail and housing growth. Since 1993 Downtown has grown from just 160 residents to more than 1,500; added over 300 new businesses; increased its annual visitors by more than 1 million; and added nearly 2 million square feet of new office space. Investments slated for the near future will bring total dollars invested to nearly $2 billion.

In 2012, DDI became the entity responsible for the downtown Durham Business Improvement District, a .8 mile area where property owners are assessed a small additional tax to create a cleaner, safer and more vibrant downtown community. The tax is used by the BID to fund the Ambassadors program, which provides maintenance services that supplement those offered by the city, as well as to develop and fund district-wide placemaking and marketing initiatives that support businesses located in the district.

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We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Internet Research


  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Orientation or Training
  • Four hours per week.
  • This opportunity requires basic computer skills and a comfort level working with WordPress websites.

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