‘We see you and appreciate you!’ – The Links, Inc., honors GoDurham employees with breakfast
established in 1946, is a not-for-profit Black women’s service organization dedicated to the racial and social uplift of people of African descent through charitable work.
“We sincerely appreciate these essential and frontline workers who have kept our city moving through the uncertainties of this raging pandemic,” says Dr. Desiree Palmer, president of the Durham Links chapter. “Our chapter wanted to make sure these heroes know, ‘We see you and we appreciate you!’ ”
In fiscal year 2020, GoDurham’s bus and paratransit services connected 6 million passengers to jobs, education and healthcare. GoDurham is among the most productive transit systems in North Carolina with an average of 33 passenger boardings an hour, compared with a peer average of 18. GoDurham employs more than 200 people.