ABOUT

The Sunday Supper is almost here

 

We are striving to have everyone seated at the table together at one time.

 

At times that might mean you’re patiently waiting for the blessing or to be called to the buffet line. The good news is you’ll have a seat, music and stories to listen to and new friends to meet!

 

Seating opens at noon and the program begins at 1. Do your best to be there on time!

 

Schedule of events:


11:30 Music Begins
12:00 Seating Opens — All seated by 1:00
1:00 Welcome, National Anthem, Blessing
1:15 Buffet will open; Ushers will guide tables through the buffet
1:15-3:55 Supper, Dessert, Music, Stories
4:00 The Sunday Supper Concludes

 

MUSIC BY

 

Meredith Jones & The DreamMakers

 

Big Fat Gap

 

LowBrow

 

Please note that proof of ticket purchase is required for entrance. Tickets will NOT be available for purchase at the event.

SPONSORSHIP INQUIRIES

We’ve seen an incredible outpouring of support from North Carolina businesses in just a few weeks. But we still have a long way to go.

 

To find out how you can become a sponsor, contact Joyce Kohn at sundaysupper@kohnassociates.net or call 919-210-3829.

All sponsorships are tax deductible and made payable to the North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund for Hurricane Matthew and mailed to:

 

North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund

c/o Kohn Associates

5 West Hargett Street, Suite 212

Raleigh, NC 27601

OTHER WAYS TO HELP

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VOLUNTEER

ABOUT THE FUND

North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund (NCDRF) Process

 

Through an established process, NCDRF awards grant funding to member organizations of NC Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NCVOAD) www.ncvoad.org who are engaged in long-term recovery efforts. Grant funds are used by the organizations to purchase building materials needed to repair and/or rebuild homes that have been damaged and/or destroyed by the disaster. The homes are owned by individuals with insufficient or no home insurance. The grant requires funding be used solely for purchasing building materials; the NCVOAD organization must utilize volunteers to accomplish the necessary work. The funds do not pay for any overhead costs such as salaries, but just a small credit card processing fee which varies by the amount donated and the credit card issuer.

 

The United Way of North Carolina serves as the fiscal agent for the Relief Fund. This allows the use of their 501c3 status, therefore NCDRF donations are tax-deductible.

FAQ

1. Who is organizing The Sunday Supper?

 

This is a community volunteer effort. Kohn Associates and Eckel & Vaughan joined together to kick off this collaboration and are organizing efforts with a committee of more than 30 Triangle-area volunteers.

2. What will the ticket cover?

 

Tickets are $20 per plate and include a seat at the table, a plated supper, non-alcoholic beverages and entertainment. Beer will be available for purchase on site, with proceeds going to the fund.

3. Can I purchase tickets on the day of The Sunday Supper?

 

The Sunday Supper is a pre-sold, ticketed event. Tickets will not be available for purchase at the door. Proof of purchase is required for entrance.

4. Where will the funds go?

 

All proceeds will go the North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund for Hurricane Matthew to support recovery efforts in eastern and central North Carolina.

5. What is the North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund for Hurricane Matthew?

 

The North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund for Hurricane Matthew supports recovery efforts in communities throughout eastern North Carolina.

6. Who is in charge of the NC Disaster Relief Fund?

 

The North Carolina Disaster Relief Fund was established in 1999 by then-Governor Jim Hunt to help raise recovery funds for flood relief related to Hurricane Floyd. Governor McCrory is utilizing that same fund for relief efforts related to the floods from Hurricane Matthew.

 

The United Way of North Carolina is the fiduciary managing partner of the fund. The fund will be administered by the Hurricane Matthew Recovery Committee, appointed by the McCrory Administration. Chief of Staff, Thomas Stith, is chair of the committee and other co-chairs include Steve Wordsworth of Rocky Mount (representing the business committee), Anne Faircloth of Clinton (representing the agriculture community) and Vanessa Harrison of AT&T (representing utilities).

 

Additional members of the committee to date include:

  • Mike Alford – Marine Motors, Jacksonville, N.C.
  • Keith Allison – Systel Business Equipment, Fayetteville, N.C.
  • Ruben Blackwell – Opportunities Industrialization Center, Rocky Mount, N.C.
  • Murchison “Bo” Biggs – CPA, Lumberton, N.C.
  • Kellie Blue – UNC-Pembroke, Pembroke, N.C.
  • Joel Butler – Vidant Health, Greenville, N.C.
  • Lynn H. Carlson – Hendrick Companies, Charlotte, N.C.
  • Lyl M. Clinard – High Point and Lumberton, N.C.
  • David Courie – Attorney, Fayetteville, N.C.
  • Walt Crayton – Crayton and Co., New Bern, N.C.
  • Samuel Dixon – Attorney, Edenton, N.C.
  • Andrea Harris – NC Institute Minority Economic Development, Durham, N.C.
  • Les High – The News Reporter, Whiteville, N.C.
  • Frank Holding – First Citizens Bank, Raleigh, N.C.
  • Montell Irvin, P.E. – Ramey Kemp & Associates, Raleigh, N.C.
  • Robert Ivey – Maxwell Foods, Goldsboro, N.C.
  • Kevin Leonard – County Commissioner Association, Raleigh, N.C.
  • Sidney Locks – Cornerstone Missionary Baptist Church, Greenville, N.C.
  • Carl Meares, Jr. – Fair Bluff, N.C.
  • Paul Meyer – NC League of Municipalities, Raleigh, N.C.
  • Beverly Perdue – Former Governor of North Carolina
  • James S. Perry – Attorney, Kinston, N.C.
  • Lenny Peters, M.D. – Bethany Medical Center, High Point, N.C.
  • Art Pope – Variety Wholesalers, Raleigh, N.C.
  • Jonathan Rhyne, Jr. – Attorney, Lincolnton, N.C.
  • Margaret Spellings – President, University of North Carolina
  • Jonathan Tribula – Vanceboro Farm Life Elementary School, Vanceboro, N.C.
  • Theresa Williams-Bethea – Kinston Promise Neighborhood, Inc., Kinston, N.C.
  • Jimmie Williamson – President, North Carolina Community College System

7. Who will administer the funds?

 

100% of the funds are being administered by the United Way of North Carolina at no cost.

8. When is the deadline for donating to the NC Disaster Relief fund?

 

After The Sunday Supper ends, attendees can donate to the NC Disaster Relief by visiting  http://www.ncdisasterrelief.org/donate.

9. Who can I contact if I want to volunteer for The Sunday Supper?

 

If you will like to volunteer for The Sunday Supper, please complete the following form: http://bit.ly/SundaySupperVolunteers

10. How can I become a sponsor for The Sunday Supper?

 

If you would like to become a sponsor for The Sunday Supper, please send an email with your contact information to info@sundaysuppernc.org.

11. What other types of donations are you taking? Can I donate clothes or other items at The Sunday Supper?

 

The Sunday Supper is not set up to take donations other than monetary donations.

12. What happens if it rains?

 

If it rains during the event, The Sunday Supper will be cancelled. All donated food will be provided to food recovery. All proceeds will still be donated to the disaster relief fund.

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