There are 4 ways to contribute:

1. The Fund for Franklinton Center - Capital Campaign
The FCAB promotes justice and empowerment, education  and leadership development especially for the marginalized, oppressed and poor. There is particular, but not exclusive interest in empowering people of color. In ministry with Justice and Witness Ministries, the FCAB is situated on over 200 acres in a rural section of eastern North Carolina.

This sacred space was originally developed thru the generosity of everyday people like you. The history of this space, coupled with the support of people like you, and organizations like yours, compels us to move forward with truth, integrity and purpose. From our programming to our hospitality to our justice work to our dedicated Board and Staff, the FCAB is committed to responding to God’s call in the clearest manner possible.

We are able to be a conference and retreat center for both UCC and other individuals and groups. Many cultural events, interdenominational gatherings and local events are regularly scheduled. The Fund for Franklinton Center supports our 13,000 square foot living space with its 22 rooms, wireless internet, meeting facilities and more. The Fund also supports other capitol improvements.

Your good will expressed by your financial support and prayers enables us to empower others and to do more of God’s work in this sacred space.

2.  Franklinton Center Brick by Brick Campaign
Beautiful laser engraved bricks are being placed in selected "Walkways of Faith" on the Franklinton Center at Bricks campus. They are an excellent way of honoring and remembering  special events, loved ones, church groups, favorite scriptures, etc. Many select their name or their church's name. For $200, donors will receive a 4" x 8" brick accommodating 3 lines of text, with a maximum of 16 characters per line. Punctuation and spaces count as characters. For more information, contact Diana Allen at 252-437-1723.

3. The General Fund for Franklinton Center Operational Expenses
Your generous gift will make youth and adult leadership development, justice concerns and transformation training possible. With your help, the FCAB can continue its policy of not turning persons away from its programs because of their inability to pay.

4. Donate to the Yvonne Delk Fund
The FCAB Board of Trustees has set a goal of $100,000 to name the Center's New Fellowship Hall in honor of Rev. Dr. Yvonne Delk.