The Chairman's Challenge, NCCF's fundraising campaign to benefit local affiliate grantmaking, officially closed Sunday, June 30.

Our in-box was full of online giving donations from throughout the state Monday morning! The mail included many checks postmarked over the last few days of June. Add these end-of-campaign gifts to the steady flow of contributions received throughout the month, and you'll soon see why we are so gratified by your response.

It will be a couple of weeks before we finalize totals and figure out each participating affiliate's percentage of the campaign match, made possible through a special gift from an anonymous donor with a passion for local philanthropy. 

"We witnessed a great response from donors across North Carolina who participated in this opportunity to stretch their charitable dollars and multiply their impact in the communities they love," said Beth Boney Jenkins, NCCF vice president of development.

Benefits of your gifts will allow:

  • Local dollars to stay local.
  • Make it easy for donors to have an impact on needs.
  • Let leaders who best know your community – our affiliate boards – decide how these grants will be allocated to meet local needs.
  • Capture the collective power of local donors.
  • Provide a perfect way to leave a legacy in your community.

Affiliates participating in Chairman’s Challenge 2013

Western
Cherokee County
Clay
Eastern Band of Cherokee
Graham
Haywood
Jackson
Macon
Madison
Swain

Northwestern
Alleghany
Ashe
Catawba Valley (Alexander, Caldwell and Catawba)
Watauga
Wilkes
Yadkin

Northern Piedmont
Cary
Granville
Vance
Wake

Sandhills
Harnett
Hoke
Lee
Montgomery
Moore
Randolph
Rockingham

Coastal Plains North
Edgecombe
Warren
Wayne
Wilson

Coastal Plains South
Craven
Greene
Jones
Pamlico

Northeastern
Beaufort-Hyde
Bertie-Hertford
Chowan
Martin
Northern Albemarle (Camden, Gates, Pasquotank and Perquimans)

Southeastern
Onslow
New Hanover

If you have questions, please contact the NCCF regional associate for your area or email Beth Boney Jenkins, NCCF vice president for development.

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