This is an ExcitingTime to be a Part of NCBW San Gabriel Valley Chapter
- Serve as a member unit of a National non-partisan, independent, political organization to provide for participation of African American women in the political process.
- Encourage African American women to engage in political activities beginning with registering to vote.
- Confront forces in the cultural, economic and community environment that threaten the physical, mental and moral well-being of African American youth, especially those most at risk.
- Develop and encourage African American women to run for office at all levels.
- Develop and advocate public policy positions, which advance the political, social, educational and economic interests of African American women, their families and diverse communities.
- Encourage the appointment of African American women at all levels of government and political parties.
- Empower African American women to act as role models for the next generation of leaders.
As a member of the NCBW, you will be among the NCBW Chapters where membership is growing rapidly throughout the United States. The unprecedented growth is due to the significant impact the NCBW has made in the empowerment of Black women. The NCBW is committed to representing your interests through its key Program Initiatives and reflecting the voice of the communities. Your role is critical in fulfilling the mission of the organization.
The National Congress of Black Women, Inc., San Gabriel Valley Chapter (NCBW-SGVC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to fulfilling the mission of the national organization and serving the needs of the community in which it is established. The San Gabriel Valley Chapter charter was issued May 2016 and serves San Gabriel Valley and the surrounding areas by engaging and empowering families of all races through educational and cultural development. The chapter includes members from San Gabriel Valley, Pasadena, Altadena, and other coastal states. In addition, the NCBW serves to educate, develop, and inspire young women as intellectual leaders within their communities.
This is an exciting time to be a part of the National Congress of Black Women. As we celebrate serving the communities of San Gabriel Valley, all past youth chapter graduates are honored for their perseverance against all odds and their commitment to further their education. We are proud of the first recipient of the American Women for International Understanding Career Opportunities for International Relationships Program, AWIU-COIR IMPACTER Award was presented to youth member Alexia Diane Jefferson, who exemplified outstanding international relations and diplomacy advocacy for women and girls.
As the San Gabriel Valley Chapter of the National Congress of Black Women, Inc., the 38-year-old non-partisan, nonprofit organization, we are raising awareness in support of NCBW-SGVC community service programs to specially target the needs of our community.
Although there are many program initiatives we bring to our communities, we are extremely proud of joining the fight for the Eradication of slavery and Human Trafficking; Financial Literacy Program, commitment to the Foster Care Project by presenting birthday gifts monthly and annually providing Holiday gifts to those children assigned to the chapter, Healthcare Program: COVID-19 and Race Townhall and the implementation of Village Talk “A Series of Conversations” addressing critical issues facing our communities and the country.