WINSTON-SALEM—Most people, when they turn thirty, are just getting started.
The North Carolina Writers' Network has been around long enough to become an institution: one of the nation’s oldest and largest statewide writers’ groups; one of the most accepting and accessible writers’ groups of any size, anywhere; a major presence in the cultural life of this state, and a model for literary and cultural organizations in other states.
The Network is far too young, though, to let our joints get stiff and creaky, to get too set in our ways. We have so much more to do, to be, to try. We're just getting started, too.
For that, we need your help.
This year we are asking all of our members to give $30 or More for 30 and More: a donation of $30 (or more) to make sure the North Carolina Writers’ Network is around for another thirty years (and more).
Your gift of $30 or More will help make sure that North Carolina’s writers to come will still find the community, opportunity, and excellence that they need. Your donation will help fund new and existing programs and services, and will help us shore up our operating reserve against a rainy day. Your support will help make sure that North Carolina is still the Writingest State in 2045, 2075, 2115 . . .
You can make your $30 or More donation with a credit card, here, or by calling 336-293-8844 or 919-308-3228.
Thank you for being a part of the Network’s first thirty years—or, as future members will call them, Chapter One.
The North Carolina Writers’ Network is a nonprofit 501(c) (3). For more information, visit www.ncwriters.org.