Our team lives works, and plays in this community—and, we serve it through partnering with a few programs that are close to our hearts. When you work with Sold By Starkey, a gift is made to a local charitable organization, selected by your agent, from your closing. Contact our team today for more information on how you can lend a helping hand in the Triangle, too!

Our Charitable Contributions


Cannonball Kids' Cancer

Cannonball Kids' Cancer Foundation was created by Melissa and Michael Wiggins when their son Cannon was diagnosed with Stage IV high-risk neuroblastoma at 20 months old. The foundation's mission is to fund research toward fighting childhood cancer. Susie Friedel and Kevin and Amanda Starkey support this organization in hopes of helping to unlock a cure for cancer.

Supported by The Starkeys & Susie Friedel
Contribute to Cannonball Kids Cancer


Travis Manion Foundation

The Travis Manion Foundation was created to carry on the legacy of Travis Manion who was killed in combat while saving his wounded teammates. This organization works to empower the people of our local communities. Travis' last words before leaving for his final deployment to Iraq were "If Not Me, Then Who..."—this is why Brad Osmun chooses to support this foundation.

Supported by Brad Osmun
Contribute to Travis Manion Foundation


Together We Rise

Together We Rise works with thousands of partners to enhance children's foster care experiences. Even if you cannot personally become a foster parent, this program provides community members with several ways to support children in foster care. Shannon Foltz loves getting to choose how she contributes to these children, with options ranging from birthday gifts to scholarship funds.

Supported by Shannon Foltz
Contribute to Together We Rise


Duke Cancer Institute: Colorectal Cancer Fund

Of cancers that impact both men and women, colorectal cancer is the second leading cancer that leads to death in the U.S.—but it doesn't have to be. Jennifer Woodward contributes to this fund in support of furthering education about colorectal cancer screening. Colorectal cancer screening saves lives, with about nine out of every 10 people whose cancers were screened early still alive five years later.

Supported by Jennifer Woodward
Contribute to Duke Cancer Institute: Colorectal Cancer Fund

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