Join the NCBW-KC
Confronts forces in society that threaten social justice and the mental and physical well-being of Black youth
Connects women professionally, personally and culturally
Educates and exposes youth to the election system, good citizenship, voting process and importance of government
Encourages Black Women to become more socially and politically involved in issues affecting their families and the community
Hosts workshops and seminars on topics that impact and meet the needs of the community
Provides internships in all areas of government, provides scholarships and establishes funds for educational resources and essentials for a quality education
Recognizes community members, profound leaders and volunteers for making a difference
The National Congress of Black Women is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization.
Are you a business or organization in need of volunteers? If so, please contact us.
Find Out About Events
You may Register to vote Online at Missouri Secretary of State: www.sos.mo.gov and click on Election and Voting
To register to vote please use the following forms of ID: Missouri Driver’s License or other personal identification, Government ID, College or University, current utility bill, bank statement, paycheck or other government documents with your name and address.
VOTER REGISTRATION QUALIFICATIONS:
17 ½ years of age to register, 18 years of age to vote
Be a guest at our General Chapter Meeting (This requires a registration)
Programs & Services
The 5th Annual Women and Girls Torch Carriers Conference (formerly The Public Chance Conference) is for you! Together, we will Empower, Uplift, Educate, and Elevate each other. This year’s theme is, “Breaking Curses to Fulfill Purpose & L. O. V. E. = Life,...
Underserved neighborhoods throughout Kansas City have joined forces with our chapter to be a voice for critical issues plaguing the community. We continue to support different neighborhoods through representation and volunteer work.
We mobilize and administer volunteers to area non-profits and community-based organizations that provide services to African-American women and their families. The volunteer opportunities offered through this program gives youth and adults to make a direct impact on...
We work tirelessly to break the cycle of domestic violence. Our efforts include counseling, resources, and fundraisers that provide services to women and their children who have experienced abuse.
We’re excited that you want to assist us in making a difference in the community! Volunteers work alongside our members by dedicating their time to help others. We welcome both children and adults to volunteer in fun, meaningful, and safe community service projects throughout Kansas City. As a volunteer, you’ll discover the reward that comes with bringing about real change to our area. Thank you for your commitment to serve. You are appreciated!
Passionate about improving the educational, social, political and economic status of African-American women and their families