National Council of Negro Women, Minnie H. Goodlow-Page Section

A nonprofit organization

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$5,000 Goal

The National Council of Negro Women is an "organization of organizations" (comprised of 300 campus and community-based sections and 32 national women's organizations) that enlightens, inspires and connects more than 2,000,000 women and men. NCNW was founded in 1935 by Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, an influential educator and activist, and for more than fifty years, the iconic Dr. Dorothy Height was president of NCNW. Johnnetta Betsch Cole was elected Chair of NCNW in 2018, ushering in a new era of social activism and continued progress and growth for the organization. NCNW's programs are grounded on a foundation of critical concerns known as "Four for the Future". NCNW promotes education with a special focus on science, technology, engineering and math; encourages entrepreneurship, financial literacy and economic stability; educates women about good health and HIV/AIDS; promotes civic engagement and advocates for sound public policy and social justice.

Our Needs

We need funding for our community outreach programs:
1. Young Brilliant Cultivators (YBC) youth initiative
2. Annual Youth Summit
3. Adopt-a-School Program
4. College Scholarship Program
5. Thanksgiving Baskets

Giving Activity


NCNW's mission is to lead, advocate for, and empower women of African descent, their families and communities.


Funding for us to continue serving our community

Equity Statement

Organization Data


Organization name

National Council of Negro Women, Minnie H. Goodlow-Page Section

Tax id (EIN)




Community Improvement, Economic/Financial Security/Poverty, Health Care

Operating Budget

Less than $100,000

Counties Served


BIPOC Serving

Black or African American, Hispanic or Latinx, Other


P. O. Box 381095
Duncanville, TX 75138