April 22, 2017
Kim Bishop


Horses and healing may not seem to go together, but Kim Bishop knows that they do. As a volunteer with CORRAL, a Christian nonprofit that pairs rescued horses with girls in high-risk situations, Kim splits her time between horses and computers. She’s a riding instructor and horse exerciser and head of the Feeder Subcommittee, and she’s also the sole IT tech and webmaster, keeping computers and software updated and maintaining the website. Camille Brown, the Program Manager, notes that although Kim had never worked with horses before volunteering at CORRAL, she was determined to help. She says: “Our organization's mission is to help hurting girls in the Triangle. Without Kim Bishop this would not be possible. Eighty percent of our girls have experienced trauma; 100% of our girls love Kim.”  

Thank you, Kim, for your hard work and dedication,
and your devotion to this great program!

 After more than 40 years 
as the Volunteer Center of Durham
we have changed our name to reflect
WHAT we do and WHERE we do it.

We serve All Nonprofits & Volunteers
throughout the Triangle
and now our name fits our mission!

The Center serves more than 1,100 nonprofits 12,400 volunteers in
Chapel Hill   Durham    Raleigh
(across the entire Triangle area!)

 Congratulations to our
2016 Governor's Medallion Award for Volunteer Service

This award recognizes the "top 20" volunteers in the state.
Medallion recipients are nominated at the county level then
evaluated by a panel of community service leaders from across the state.
Click here to see our full list of Key Award Winners

Durham County

Linda Walters
Mentor Category

 Hillandale Elementary School

Orange County

Clara To
Youth Category

Triangle Disability Awareness


Copyright © 2017  The Volunteer Center of Durham • Durham, NC • 919-613-5109