At Lili Engelhardt, we understand that businesses and their communities are one. As such, we have centered our business around connecting with and giving back to the Triangle community. Our goal is to donate $250,000 of goods and services to charities every year, and we are very serious about achieving this goal and helping to make the world a better place.
We focus on organizations that help families & children, animals, the medical world, and the arts & sciences. If you would like us to support you, please contact Marissa Wolff, Philanthropy Ambassador at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 883-4876. We will design a program especially for you and your needs!
Organizations that we support include Animal Protection Society of Durham, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle, Caring House, Duke Children's Hospital and Health Center, International Montessori, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Neuse River Golden Retriever Rescue, Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill, Ronald McDonald House of Durham & Wake, SECU Family House, UNC Children's Hospital, and more.
In Their Words
Lili Engelhardt Fine Art Portraiture is a true gift to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle! Lili has taken the most beautiful portraits of our Bigs (mentors) and Littles (children).All of the relationships between Bigs and Littles are so unique and special. It is absolutely amazing how Lili captured the essence of each child and the emotional bond they share with their mentor in each portrait. Lili’s artistic style, warmth and genuine love for her work shows through every image. We are so thankful for the work that Lili and Daniela do on a daily basis to shine a light on Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle, a truly wonderful program in our community. Thank you!
- Julie Lewis, Board Member, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle
Lili is wonderful!!! She was a sponsoring photographer at our charity's masquerade ball and not only is she an amazing photographer but she has a heart of gold.
- Dawn Torrence, Founder / Executive Director, Cherubs