The Citation Award Dinner Goes Virtual

The Citation Award Dinner Goes Virtual


September 28, 2020
Category: Citation Award Dinner
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The board of directors of NCCJ of the Piedmont Triad invites you to join us VIRTUALLY at the 54th Annual Citation Award Dinner.

Like so many events in our community and across the country, NCCJ’s Citation Award Dinner is happening virtually this year. The Citation Award Dinner is the Triad’s largest annual event dedicated to diversity and inclusion. It’s also NCCJ’s biggest community program and our largest fundraiser, bringing in nearly 50% of the funds we need to fuel our work throughout the year.

On November 11, people from across the Triad will gather virtually – physically distant, but in solidarity as a community – to reaffirm our shared commitment to respect and inclusion. Together, we will honor two local leaders, Mary Humphrey Kendrick of Greensboro and Rev. Dr. Frank K. Thomas of High Point, and celebrate the extraordinary work they’ve undertaken to fight bias, bigotry and racism and build a better community for all of us – not just some of us.

Will you join us on November 11 to recognize these exceptional leaders and show your support for NCCJ’s mission and work?

Here’s everything you’ll need to know to pledge your support and join us for this virtual celebration:

Honoring Mary Humphrey Kendrick and Rev. Dr. Frank K. Thomas (want to make a gift in their honor? Click here!)

Dinner Co-Chairs: Denny Kelly & Lou Bouvier and Ann & Jim Morgan

When: Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Schedule for the Evening:

  • 5:45 PM Zoom Reception
  • 6:45 PM Virtual Event Program
  • 8:00 PM Post-Event Zoom Reception

Where: Join us VIRTUALLY. No need to hire a babysitter or wear uncomfortable shoes! All you need is a device to connect with (smartphone, tablet or laptop.)

How: Prior to the Dinner, we will send you the information you need to join the virtual receptions and watch the evening’s program. Each ticket-holder and guest of a sponsor will also have the option to receive a meal from a locally-owned restaurant so that we can safely share a meal “together” while enjoying the evening’s program from the comfort of our homes. Takeout dining options include:  1618 ConceptsDame’s Chicken & Waffles, and Green Valley Grill (Greensboro); 98 Asian Bistro (High Point); and Sweet Potatoes (Winston-Salem.) Menus and additional options TBA. After you confirm your sponsorship or purchase a ticket, we will be in touch to share more information and confirm your restaurant and meal choice(s).

Questions? Email Gloria Hoover or call her at 336-272-0359 x 160.

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