Capital Campaign Calendar

The Campaign Coordinating Committee serves the community by scheduling and spreading out the major fundraising campaigns that benefit Forsyth County nonprofits. Organizations interested in conducting public fundraising campaigns over $500,000 should complete an application to be included in the Capital Campaign Calendar, followed by a presentation to the Committee.  

Note: faith communities (churches, mosques, synagogues, etc.) and retirement communities are exempt from the Calendar, as it is unlikely that these types of organizations would receive corporate or foundation support.

For more information, please contact Layla Garms who serves as Committee Secretary.

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current campaign calendar

As of January 2019

2018 Campaigns
Kaleideum (SciWorks/Children's Museum) January $10 million
Addiction Recovery Care Association (ARCA) April $2.8 million
Big Brothers Big Sisters September $2.5 million
2019 Campaigns
University of North Carolina School of the Arts January $50 million
Piedmont Land Conservancy April $8–10 million
The Korner's Folly Foundation September $2.66 million
Winston-Salem Theatre Alliance November $1.5 million
2020 Campaigns
New Winston Museum January $4 million
Arts Based School May $1.5 million
Reynolda House Museum of American Art September $1.7 million
Second Harvest Food Bank of NWNC November $8 million
2021 Campaigns
iCan House January $2 million
Crosby Scholars April $7 million

Campaign Coordinating Committee

The Committee is comprised of 14 members appointed by community organizations, with The Winston-Salem Foundation serving as Secretary:

  • Alton Brown,Winston-Salem Journal
  • John W. Burress, III
  • Peggy Carter
  • Joe Crocker, Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust
  • Randy Eaddy, Arts Council of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County
  • Jimmy Flythe, Duke Energy
  • Christopher Fox, Hanesbrands, Inc.
  • Cindy Gordineer, United Way of Forsyth County
  • Maurice "Mo" Green, Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
  • Mark Owens, Greater Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce
  • Peggy Reingold, Wells Fargo Private Bank
  • Erin Ritter, BB&T
  • Mamie Sutphin, Reynolds American, Inc.
For more information, contact:
Layla Garms
Program Officer
lgarms@wsfoundation.org
(336) 714-3462