The Town of Princeville, North Carolina

Recover – Rebuild - Sustain

How you can help

There are many ways you can help The Town of Princeville recover, rebuild and sustain. You can make a tax-deductible donation, host a fundraiser, or exhibit our “Portraits of Humanity” in highly visible venues to help sustain the recovery efforts still going on today.


Some specific areas or recovery needing special attention include funding the reconstruction of a new fire department, community center, museum; rebuilding the historical Mt. Zion Church; and renovating the education buildings, schools and playgrounds.


  • Make a tax-deductible donation to the recovery and rebuilding efforts

  • Host a fundraiser to help raise needed funds to repair, rebuild and renovate destroyed town buildings like the museum, fire department, community center and the historical Mt. Zion Church

  • Exhibit the “Portraits of Humanity” – the story of Princeville told through the hearts and souls of those grounded in its roots, history, and resilience. If you are a university or institution, museum, gallery or airport with an exhibit space, please consider displaying the Town of Princeville “Portraits of Humanity” to help encourage greater involvement, bring broader awareness, and open doors to those influencers who can make a difference by placing the Town of Princeville into the minds of those who  are willing and able to lend a hand


The North Carolina Community Foundation has established The Princeville Recovery and Revitalization Fund to support the recovery and rebuilding of the Town of Princeville. Please consider making a tax-deductible gift to support this endeavor.


To give by check, please make your check payable to The Princeville Recovery and Revitalization Fund, and mail it to:

North Carolina Community Foundation

3737 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 460

Raleigh, NC  27612


To give by credit card, please visit us online by following this link:


When prompted: “Tell Us How to Apply Your Gift,” be sure to indicate:  The Princeville Recovery and Revitalization Fund


Thank you for your support!


For more information, please contact:

Jamilla Hawkin

(336) 254-8239