Our Local Section
Since our beginning in 1972, this Tri City Section of the NCNW has focused on fulfilling our mission by launching programs that
provide critical services to women, children and families. Our programs and partnerships illustrate the breadth and depth of our program offerings.
Historically, positive change has come about when coordinated, focused efforts are put into action both on local and national levels simultaneously.
Some of our signature events included:
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Breakfast Black History Month Celebration
Women’s History Month Annual Dinner Dance Sickle Cell Memorial Health Awareness (Breast Cancer, AIDS, and Domestic Violence) Bethune Height Recognition Program
Our Local Challenge is to provide African American women and their families the information and tools to become self-sufficient.
If you have been looking for a place to explore opportunities, a place where you can realize your potential with the help of a positive, sup- portive network of sisters.
NCNW is the organization for you.
Come Join Us
2nd Thursday of each Month at 7:00pm via Zoom For more information, email [email protected] or fill our our membership application.