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National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc.
Bergen/Passaic Chapter

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Thank you for your interest in joining the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., Bergen/Passaic Chapter

The NCBW Bergen/Passaic proudly welcomes Women Who Are Making A Difference with interest and experience in advocating and fundraising on behalf of Black women and girls in the areas of: Economic Empowerment, Education, Health and Public Policy.

Member recruitment is currently closed however please complete the below form and or email us. We will save your information and notify you as we begin to plan for our next membership intake.

Membership is obtained through sponsorship by an existing NCBW member in the Bergen/Passaic Chapter. We invite you to attend our public programs to learn more about the Bergen/Passaic Chapter and to get to know our members. Please visit our Upcoming Events page and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.

*Note: Due to COVID-19 no in-person activity will be held until further notice.

MEMBERSHIP ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

Prospective Members: Membership is by invitation only.

Criteria is as follows:

  • Demonstrates actual or potential leadership ability;
  • Reflects occupational and/or leadership endeavors;
  • Possesses available resources for chapter programs, such as time, constituencies, money, contacts, expertise, etc.; and
  • Has a good reputation and provide dependable, effective leadership and community and advocacy service.

Reactivation:

  • A former member may request reinstatement between October 1 and December 31;
  • Former members with a lapse of membership exceeding 24 months must reapply as a new member.

Transfers:

  • A member in good standing of any NCBW chapter who moves into a community of another NCBW chapter may transfer into that chapter;
  • Transferring members may be subjected to any assessments imposed upon the receiving chapter

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PUBLIC ADVOCACY

Focusing on local, state and national political areas through voter education, registration and research.

HEALTH

The overall wellness of the African-American Woman and her family is our concern. Knowledge is the key.

EDUCATION

Enhancing and encouraging leadership skills in young girls. Advocating in support of educational issues for black women of all ages.

ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

Promoting the economic stability and advancement of African American women through symposiums, workshops and community forums.

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