CAPITAL CITY JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION - 2022

Raleigh, NC

June  17th, 18th, and 19th

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​SPONSORS: Please complete and submit the form attached to this page.


PATRONS: Click the donation button and follow instructions. It is not necessary for you to complete the attached form.


ALL: Click the donation button above and read the following note 

to make your donation to help support the Capital City Juneteenth Celebration (CCJC):


Note: The NC Folklife Institute, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is a partner with and fiscal sponsor for the CCJC Planning Committee. Clicking the button above will link you to a secure webpage for the NC Folklife Institute and allow you to easily make your donation. You will have the following options:

 1. Pay by using your credit card or PayPal
 Please write “Capital City Juneteenth Celebration” in the “Add special instructions” field for credit card donations.

2. Pay by check
Please make checks payable to NC Folklife Institute and write “Capital City Juneteenth Celebration” in the memo section of the check. Mail checks to


 The North Carolina Folklife Institute
PO Box 61222
Durham, NC 27715


You will receive a receipt for your tax-deductible donation.

​Greetings,

 After postponing the plans for the 2020 CCJC, we are excited about moving forward with plans for the second annual CCJC. It is our hope to make the event an annual, citywide celebration of freedom as all of humanity and various organizations throughout Raleigh unite to celebrate Juneteenth, also known as, Freedom Day.


Because of your financial support today, the CCJC will be able to have a successful 2022 celebration by planning a commemorative service and activities which will help to provide an opportunity for us all to give deserving honor and recognition to formerly enslaved African Americans for their accomplishments and their achievements as a result of their tenacity amid their struggles.

 We greatly appreciate you for making a donation to financially support the CCJC - 2022.


The Capital  City Juneteenth Planning Committee