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Veterans may be impacted by Non-VA construction near the CLAYTON CLINIC. Construction may be blocking the entrance off of Hwy US 70 business.  Clinic may be accessed from the rear entrance off Atkinson St and S. Moore Street (S. Moore St can be accessed from US70 business at the traffic light).

Volunteer or Donate

You can make a difference when you volunteer at or donate to the Durham VA Health Care System.

Become a Volunteer

The Durham VA Health Care System depends on the goodwill of donors and volunteers who want to give something back to America's heroes. Volunteers provide much-needed help throughout the health care system and make Veterans' experiences more enjoyable. Many different volunteer opportunities are available; and each volunteer's talents are closely matched with one of our assignments. 

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please visit the VA Center for Development and Civic Engagement Home


Make a Donation

Generous donations from people like you help us provide enhanced services to Veterans receiving care. You can make a monetary donation by mail or by dropping off a donation of materials to our main campus at 508 Fulton St, Durham, NC 27705.

In kind donations are welcome.  Please see our Needs List to see what items we need.

Electronic Donations - Now Available!

Please visit the Center for Development and Civic Engagement homepage and follow the prompts to make an electronic donation. 

How to make a material donation in person

Please call us ahead of time and we will meet you with a cart.

Thank you for your support; it is truly appreciated. 

If you have any questions or need additional information, please call us at -7810.

Checks can be mailed to:

Durham VA Health Care System
Attn: Voluntary Service (135)
508 Fulton Street
Durham, NC 27705

Volunteer as a driver of our DAV Vans

Many sick and disabled Veterans lack transportation to and from VA medical facilities. The VA operates the Veterans Transportation Network (VTN) in cooperation with the Disabled American Veterans (DAV) to meet this need. 

Qualified volunteers drive Veterans to and from VA hospitals and clinics, helping Veterans receive the care they deserve. 

For Greenville, Rocky Mount, New Bern, Pamlico County, Morehead City & Wilson, reach out to Mr. Kirk Crawley at

For Raleigh, Burlington, Roxboro, Greensboro, Henderson, & Fayetteville, reach out to Mr. Isom Hodges at


Photo of side of vehicle with Disabled American Veterans logo on side.