Ways to give

Your donation to NCCJ is an investment to build bridges of understanding and compassion in this vibrant, diverse community we’re fortunate to call our home.

Join us in our mission to build a community free of bias, bigotry and racism —  let’s leverage our collective strength and make our community a model for kindness, collaboration and productivity. There are many ways to make a gift in support of NCCJ’s work. From giving a gift of cash or stock, to including NCCJ in your estate plan, to volunteering your time — it all makes a difference.

Give online

Click the “Donate” button to make your gift online:


Give by mail

Mail a check or money order to:

NCCJ (North Carolina for Community and Justice)
713 North Greene Street, Greensboro, NC 27401


Give through your donor advised fund

Do you have a donor advised fund with a community foundation or an organization like Schwab or Fidelity? Ask your fund manager to make a gift to NCCJ (North Carolina for Community and Justice), EIN # 06-1753756.


Make a gift of stock

A gift of stocks, bonds, or mutual funds is one of the most advantageous ways for you to make a gift to NCCJ. The total value of the stock upon transfer is tax-deductible, and you have no obligation to pay capital gains taxes on the appreciation.


Planning giving

Including a bequest to NCCJ in your will or estate plan is a wonderful way to leave a legacy of philanthropy. Consider endowing your annual gift; it’s support we can count on forever.

In-kind gifts

You can also support NCCJ with in-kind (non-cash) gifts. Throughout the year, we need in-kind donations of food to keep our volunteer program facilitators well-fed and focused during long trainings. Can you help provide food for trainings? Or are you interested in donating a different type of in-kind gift? Contact us and let’s talk!



Your time is a gift. Volunteering is a great way to connect with us and learn more about our work in the community. NCCJ has volunteer opportunities throughout the year.


Sponsor the Citation Award Dinner

Show your support for NCCJ by buying a ticket or becoming a sponsor at our annual Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award Dinner. It’s NCCJ’s biggest annual community program, and the Triad’s largest annual event celebrating diversity, inclusion and equity. All profits are an investment in NCCJ’s work.

Our 2023 Leadership Circle Donors

NCCJ’s Leadership Circle includes people who make gifts totaling $1,000 or more each year, and organizations that make gifts totaling $5,000 or more each year.  We are grateful to these Leadership Circle donors for their generous investments to support NCCJ’s mission and sustain and grow our work.


Platinum ($5,000 and up)
Sylvia Berkelhammer
Joseph M. Bryan Jr.
Cherry and Michael Callahan
Pat and Pete Cross
Madeleine and Duane Dassow
Kerrie and John Ellison
Allison and Michael Garrett
Ron Johnson and Bill Roane
Robert and Leslie Ketner
Joyce Richman
Joy Shavitz
Linda and Thomas Sloan

Gold ($2,500 and up)
Peter and Micheala Amidon
Lindsey and Frank Auman
Nancy and Frank Brenner
Gary Grandon and Jane Rosen-Grandon
Laura and Robert Green
Vanessa Haygood and Vernon Stringer
Anne and Sriyesh Krishnan
Kathy Manning and Randall Kaplan
Vivian and Lawrence McSwain
Victoria and Ron Milstein
Jim Morgan
Ann Morris
Cassiopeia and Raymond Reid
Jeanne Tannenbaum

Silver ($1,000 and up)
Patrick and Naomi Ballen
Gail Boulton
Jeb Brooks
Terri Burleson
Rebecca Cage
Griselda and Preston Clark
Irving and Irene Cohen
Barbara Cone

Silver ($1,000 and up) continued
Betty and Benjamin Cone, Jr.
Laurie Cone
Rene and Thomas Cone
Sally B. Cone
Jennifer and John Cross
Dixie Culver
Candace and Roger Cummings
Ivan Saul Cutler
Anna Luisa Daigneault
Luck Davidson
Kelly and Kevin Dawson
Sherry Dickstein and Kurt Lauenstein
Tanneshia Dukes
Karen Dyer
Massimo Fantechi and Rodney Ouzts
Mark File and David Soyars
Dale Frederiksen
Mona Gillis Edwards
Dori and William Goebel
Brian Goldberg and Kathy Fordham
Linda and Mark Hale
Patrick and Susan Harman
Debbie Hayes and Kent Auberry
Erica and Andrew Herman
DaShawn Hickman
Michael Hoffman
Kim and Bob Hoover
George Hoyle and Kathleen Kelly
Anita and Mark Hyman
Chris Ingram
Marc Isaacson and Jill Wilson
Emily Johnson and Matthew Horvath
Chuck and Mary Jones
Karen and Ben Kahn
Denny P. Kelly and Lou Bouvier
Kazem Khonsari
Elizabeth and John King
Emily and Ed Kitchen
Gail and Eugene LeBauer
Richard and Jane Levy

Silver ($1,000 and up), continued
Davida and Chancellor Harold Martin
Jennifer and Jim Martineau
Kathleen and Tom Martinek Sr.
Misty McCall
Molly McGinn
Stephanie and Bill Miller
Linda and Rod Mortenson
Sandy Neerman and Ralph Gorrell
Carolyn and Marc Nesi
Cory Newton
Stephanie Newton
Mindy and Chad Oakley
Sandra O’Connor
Theresa O’Rourke Lee
Bradshaw Orrell
Anne and Pete Osborne
Nancy and Peter Peiffer
Alexis and Anthony Petitt
Leslye Samet and Marshall Tuck
Norman and Sylvia Samet
Tara and Steve Sandercock
Eleanor Schaffner-Mosh and Stevan Mosh
Kristina Schwartz
Catherine and David Sevier
Cynthia Shah-Kahn
Peggy and Bruce Sherman
Stephen Simpson
Cheryl and Henry Smith
Jennifer and Aaron Strasser
Hilda Tajalli and Antonino Giaimo
Kate Musselwhite Toby
Gerard Truesdale
Waiyi Tse
Don Vaughan
Charles Ward
Laura and Mike Warner
Katherine and Mike Weaver
Erica and Martin Weissburg
Wayne and Sandy Young
Myrna Zimmerman


Platinum ($25,000 and up)
Liberty Hardware

Gold ($15,000 and up)
Koury Corporation
Lincoln Financial Group

Silver ($5,000 and up)
Alexander Worth McAlister Foundation
Arch MI
Brooks Pierce
Carolina Peacemaker
The Cemala Foundation
Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro
Cone Health
Cone Health Foundation
High Point University
Joseph M. Bryan Foundation of Greater Greensboro
News & Record
ON Services
Piedmont Natural Gas
Pinnacle Financial Partners

Silver ($5,000 and up), continued
Procter and Gamble Company
Purrington Moody Weil LLP
Quaintance-Weaver Restaurants & Hotels
Ralph Lauren Corp.
Replacements, Ltd.
Summerfield Farms
Triad Business Journal
Triad City Beat
Truliant Federal Credit Union
Volvo Financial Services
Well-Spring, A Life Plan Community
Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation