More than ever, we are grateful for your continued support of North Carolina Humanities and of each other. These are extraordinary times, and the strength and devotion of North Carolinians gives us confidence that our mission will remain strong now and into the future.
If your life has been impacted by reading great books, discovering impactful histories, experiencing new cultures, or having meaningful conversations, then you understand the value of the humanities and the work we do. Your support will connect North Carolinians with cultural experiences that spur dialogue, deepen human connections, and inspire community. An investment in NC Humanities is an investment in a more respectful and empathic North Carolina.
COVID-19 Advisory Note: Please expect a delay in our acknowledgement and crediting of mailed donations, but please know we appreciate you. If you wish to give a gift at this time, using our online giving page is preferable. Read more about this option below. If you have any questions, please contact Melanie Moore Richeson, Development and Communications Manager, at email@example.com. Thank you.
Other ways to give
Donate by mail
Mail your donation to 601 South Kings Drive, Ste F-PMB #604, Charlotte, NC 28204
You can make a one-time gift or set up a sustaining, monthly gift through our secure Network for Giving page.
Become a sponsor
Sponsorship opportunities exist for all current programs. Please contact staff for more information.
Make a pledge
A pledge of support allows you the flexibility to support NC Humanities at a higher level of commitment while enjoying a more accommodating payment method.
Workplace matching gifts
Businesses and corporations often offer matching gift programs that match dollar-for-dollar charitable contributions given by their employees and, in some cases, former employees. Please consult your employer to see if your gift is eligible to be matched.
When you make a planned gift to NC Humanities you cement your values and project your legacy into the future. You also provide NC Humanities with sustainability for years to come. Please consult your financial planner for information about how to name NC Humanities in your Will.
Questions? Please contact our Development and Communciations Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NC Humanities is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your donation is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.
Founded in 1972 as the North Carolina affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), NC Humanities is one of fifty-four state and jurisdictional humanities councils in the US charged with bringing the public humanities into local communities.
NC Humanities receives major support from the NEH in addition to the generous support of individuals, corporations, and foundations and relies on this funding to keep our grant and program opportunities accessible and operational.
On average, our return on investment for every federal dollar NEH provides to NC Humanities is four to one. We are able to use the funding provided by NEH to directly re-invest in local North Carolina communities, allowing them to grow and prosper.
Here’s how you can advocate for NC Humanities, NEH and the public humanities in North Carolina!
Contact your representatives and tell them you support NC Humanities, NEH, and other cultural organizations.
Please use our contact list below to tell your representatives how you, your organization, or your community has benefited from NC Humanities grants and programs. Your story makes a powerful difference.
Congressional District Seats in the House of Representatives:
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1st – G.K. Butterfield
2nd – Deborah Ross
3rd – Gregory Murphy
4th – David Price
5th – Virginia Foxx
6th – Kathy Manning
7th – David Rouzer
8th – Richard Hudson
9th – Dan Bishop
10th – Patrick McHenry
11th – Madison Cawthorn
12th – Alma Adams
13th – Ted Budd
If you would like to notify us about a conversation you had with your representatives, please email our Development and Communications Manager at email@example.com.
Thank you for your support!
Volunteer for our Board!
NC Humanities annually seeks nominations to join its dynamic and dedicated volunteer Board of Trustees.
Nominees must be current residents of North Carolina at the start of their service and supportive of NC Humanities’ mission and values.
NC Humanities’ board is composed of volunteer trustees who are committed to enhancing the cultural life of North Carolinians and whose background, expertise, and leadership provide NC Humanities with the tools to be dynamic and successful. Trustees serve a renewable, three-year term, and five trustees are appointed by the Governor of North Carolina.
Self-nominations and nominations of others are accepted.
2021 Deadline & Information: forthcoming