NCCJ works to build compassionate and just communities free of bias, bigotry and racism. The Citation Award Dinner is the Triad’s largest annual event dedicated to diversity and inclusion. Like so many events in our community and across the country, NCCJ's Citation Award Dinner is going VIRTUAL this year. Learn more about what you can expect at this virtual event.
Our 2020 Citation Award honorees are Mary Humphrey Kendrick and Rev. Dr. Frank K. Thomas, and our co-chairs are Denny Kelly & Lou Bouvier of Greensboro and Ann & Jim Morgan of High Point. Learn more about NCCJ's Citation Award Dinner and our honorees.
Each year, this event convenes more than 1,000 business, community and faith leaders to honor local leaders for their extraordinary efforts toward creating a more just and compassionate community for all of us - not just some of us. It is NCCJ's biggest program and fundraiser, bringing in nearly 50% of the funds we need to fuel our work throughout the year. By buying tickets or sponsoring the Citation Award Dinner, you're supporting NCCJ's mission of fighting bias, bigotry and racism in our Triad community.
Sponsoring is also a great way to get your company's name in front of our community as an organization that values and supports diversity and inclusion. Click here to learn about the sponsorship levels and benefits available, and click here to pledge your sponsorship (pledging now doesn't mean paying now; we can invoice you any time between now and June 2021.)
Want to enjoy a delicious meal while you watch the show? Each ticket holder and guest of a sponsor can opt-in for takeout dining and receive a meal from a locally-owned restaurant. Options include: 1618 Concepts, Dame's Chicken & Waffles, and Green Valley Grill (Greensboro); 98 Asian Bistro (High Point); and Sweet Potatoes (Winston-Salem.) After you buy a ticket or pledge your sponsorship, we'll be in touch to confirm your restaurant and menu choice(s).
Questions? Email Gloria Hoover or call 336-272-0359 x 160.