Save the date (Wednesday, November 11) and join us for a VIRTUAL Citation Award Dinner! It’s NCCJ’s biggest program and fundraiser, bringing in 50% of the funds we need each year to fuel our work of fighting racism, bias and bigotry. You can invest in this work by buying tickets, making a gift, or becoming a sponsor.
Celebrate Champions of Inclusion
We present the Citation Award to leaders in our Triad community in recognition of extraordinary efforts to fight bias, bigotry, and racism and make our community a better place for all of us — not just some of us. In 2020, we are proud to honor Mary Humphrey Kendrick and Rev. Dr. Frank K. Thomas. Learn more about our honorees – both past and present.
Know someone who should be recognized for their efforts to make our community a more inclusive and compassionate? Nominate them for NCCJ’s Citation Award!
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I sponsor the Citation Award Dinner?
Do you value inclusion? As a sponsor of the Citation Award Dinner, you:
Invest and engage in the Triad community through your sponsorship
Make a powerful statement about the value you place on diversity, inclusion, and respectful dialogue across all segments of our community
Reach hundreds of local businesses, organizations, and community leaders at one event
Support NCCJ of the Piedmont Triad — an engaged, equipped organization that works to make the Triad an even better place for all who live here
Reach tomorrow’s leaders today. Our ANYTOWN graduates are actively shaping their communities. The youngest are in high school now and already making waves. They will be even more influential in years to come as they attend college, start careers, and deepen their civic engagement.
What can I expect at this virtual event?
We will begin the evening with a Zoom reception at 5:45 PM, followed by the virtual program from 6:45 – 8:00 PM. After the program, you and your guests can choose to stick around for a post-event Zoom reception. Click here for more details.
As a sponsor, how will I be recognized?
All sponsors will be recognized in newspaper ads placed in publications such as the Carolina Peacemaker and the Greensboro News & Record. You will also be listed here on NCCJ’s website. In addition, sponsors are recognized the night of the Dinner in two highly visible ways: in a list in the dinner program that’s shared with every guest and sponsor; and on a sponsor slideshow that’s part of the evening’s program. Click here to learn more about sponsorship levels and their benefits.
Do I need to pay for my sponsorship now?
No, pledging now doesn’t have to mean paying now! We can invoice you on the date of your choice (any time before June 30, 2021.) You can fulfill your sponsorship pledge in one payment, or in installments – whatever works best for you. Simply fill out the table sponsorship form and let us know when to send your invoice.
OK, I’m in! What can I expect now?
That’s great! We’re grateful for your support. First, we’ll be in touch to confirm your sponsorship. Next, you can begin inviting guests to fill your spots. Gloria Hoover will be in touch with all of the details that you will need to make this a fun, inspiring virtual experience for you and your guests – including any links you will need to participate in the virtual reception and watch the program, and details about takeout dining options if you selected the meal option on the sponsorship form. As we get closer to the day of the virtual Citation Award event, you will receive reminders. If you have questions at any point, just let us know – we’re here to help!
Who are your past Citation Award honorees?
Each year, and for the past many years, we’ve honored a distinguished list of community icons whose outstanding work and service have made an important impact for our community. We’re proud of all of our Citation Award honorees. You can learn more about them here.