Driven 2 Destiny Outreach Center Inc.

Building Relationships, Changing Lives, Saving Families In The Process

About Us

The Foundations of Driven 2 Destiny  Outreach Center

Driven 2  Destiny Outreach Center  was founded in the belief that communities must learn to help themselves. Our work is founded on the following five pillars of faith:

  • A duty to reach out to the less fortunate
  • An obligation to lead by example
  • An all-inclusive approach: We help everyone regardless of their religious beliefs
  • Acceptance of the fact that we, too, may someday require assistance in our time of need
  • The path  lies in volunteering


Driven 2 Destiny Outreach Center  was founded in DURHAM  that supports socially disadvantaged families through programs and  growth opportunities.

Since then, Driven 2 Destiny Outreach Center  has expanded the scope of its community services to include drug prevention, community outreach and shelter facilities for displaced families.

The needs of 21st-century communities seem to be growing by the day. Our centers have expanded to meet these needs. Over the years, we have learned that what people need most is someone who will listen to their concerns - someone they can turn to for support when the going gets tough. And that's what Driven 2  Destiny Outreach Center  is all about.


Driven 2 Destiny Outreach Center serves the most vulnerable of the homeless in Durham NC/Low Income Families,including persons living with mental illness, HIV/AIDS, addiction, developmental disabilities, and former-offenders, etc. The information below is meant to give an over-view of the people we serve and their unique needs.Combines Facial year 2017/2018

  Black: 70%
  Caucasian: 50%
  Native American: 2%
  Middle Eastern/ Indian: 1%
  Other: 2%

  Hispanic: 40%
  Non-Hispanic: 45%

  Female: 95%
  Male: 25%
  Transgender/Other: 3%

 Members in Household Served
  85% were single adults (living without their families)
  40% clients had family members living with them
  20% additional family members living with clients
  65% of the family members served were 18 years old or younger