|The 43rd Annual Citation Dinner Exceeds Fundraising Goal!|
Thanks to tremendous response from sponsors and donors, the recent Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award dinner provided a promising kick-start for the upcoming campaign year for NCCJ.
To date, NCCJ has received more than $232,000 in contributions related to the dinner, which tops the fundraising goal by more than 8 percent. The Citation Dinner is NCCJ's largest fundraising event, bringing in nearly 50% of the organization's annual income. This year's event was chaired by Carole and Dick Bruce, pictured above.
|NCCJ Welcomes New Director of Development & Communications
This month, Amanda Osborne joins NCCJ as Director of Development and Communications. "I am so excited to be part of the team of committed and passionate people at NCCJ. I look forward to using my experience in nonprofit fundraising and communications for the benefit of NCCJ," said Amanda. Amanda has nearly ten years of development and communications experience with Triad nonprofits and holds a Masters degree in Public Affairs from UNCG.
Click here for more about the NCCJ staff.
|Citation Honorees Reflect on the Golden Rule|
Rev. Dr. Mark R. Sills and Rabbi Fred Guttman were the 2009 recipients of the Brotherhood/Sisterhood Citation Award. Accepting their awards at the November 5th dinner, both faith leaders remarked that the event's theme, Living the Golden Rule is at the heart of their call to service, as well as NCCJ's mission.
Rabbi Guttman and Rev. Sills have both lived the Golden Rule by furthering NCCJ's mission to fight bias, bigotry and racism, they challenged the audience of almost 1,000 guests and the greater Triad community to do the same.
Tell us your personal story, or one that you have witnessed, of living the golden rule in today's tumultuous environment. Click here to submit your story.
Selected stories will be published on the NCCJ website.
|Support the Work of NCCJ|
As 2009 draws to a close, we at NCCJ want to thank you for your generosity and commitment. We are grateful for the continued and loyal support of our vision- to build a community free of bias, bigotry and racism.
We rely on the support of individual donors to continue to provide unifying programs. Through your contributions, we can build a community free of bias, bigotry, and racism. Please consider a gift to fight discrimination in our community. You can make a gift online or contact Amanda Osborne
for more information.
Thank you in advance for your dedication to realizing the dream of a community filled with respect, unity and inclusiveness.
The National Conference for Community and Justice of the Piedmont Triad (NCCJ) was founded in 1937 as the Greensboro Chapter of what was then known as the National Conference of Christians and Jews, a human relations organization dedicated to fighting bias, bigotry and racism in America.
NCCJ works to build mutual respect among all people-regardless of race, culture, sexual orientation, gender, socioeconomic background or faith-through advocacy, conflict resolution and education.
NCCJ of the Piedmont Triad is a non-profit, 501 (c)(3) organization located at 713 N. Greene Street.
Ways to Make Your Year-End Gift to NCCJ
Gifts of Stock- contact Amanda Osborne, Director of Development and Communcations at 272.0359 x 15
Honor and Memorial Gifts- online or by mailing your check to NCCJ, 713 North Greene Street, Greensboro, NC 27401
Thank you for your support of NCCJ!