The National Council of Negro Women, North Shore - Staten Island Section President:
Our amazing team of regulars and part-time volunteers are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!
Organized in 1968, the mission of the North Shore - Staten Island Section is to promote National's goals, through community service on Staten Island. 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, supportive network of sisters,
The North Shore - Staten Island Section of NCNW is the organization for YOU.
Join with us and give us your strength, your courage, and your determination to help African American women achieve our full and impressive potential.
The National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) is a non-profit organization founded in 1935 with the mission to advance the opportunities and the quality of life for African American women, their families, and communities. The national website is www.ncnw.org
The National Council of Negro Women is an “organization of organizations”
Our Section was chartered in 1968
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Dr. Bethune envisioned NCNW functioning as a clearinghouse, facilitating networking and coalition-building, and advocating the use of collective power on issues affecting women, their families and communities.
Volunteers are heroes! They are advocates, champions, ambassadors, and worker bees. They fill many roles in different capacities. Their diverse skill sets drive our success. Consider volunteering today.
Protect your health, and the health of our democracy. Vote safely this fall!
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WE KNOW THAT NCNW-SI MEMBERS ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THE IMPACTS OF COVID-19, AND WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO VOTE SAFELY IN THE UPCOMING ELECTION.
All registered voters can participate in early voting, which starts 10 days before Election Day. Benefits include shorter wait times and less crowding at the polls.
Early Voting for the General Election: October 24 - November 1
Early voting locations across the city will be announced in the coming weeks. Find your early voting location.
This fall, all New York voters can vote by mail due to the risk of contracting the coronavirus.
Request deadline for General Election: October 27
You can select “Temporary illness or disability” as the reason for your request.
Request your ballot online from the Board of Elections at nycabsentee.com.
Visit our How to Vote page and click “Vote Absentee” to learn more about absentee voting.
Worried about the mail? You can drop off your completed absentee ballot at your poll site or your local Board of Elections office.
This fall, all New York Voters can vote by mail due to the risk of contracting the coronavirus.
You must request an absentee ballot to vote by mail.
We recommend requesting your ballot and mailing it back as soon as possible.
There are several ways to request an absentee ballot:
The link to the application is below:
You Can Help the North Shore - Staten Island section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. by becoming a member or making a donation to support our many projects and outreach services.
Become an NCNW Member Today. 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, supportive network of sisters, NCNW is the organization for you.
Your membership helps NCNW promote and recognize leadership among women of color. Champion women’s rights and civil rights. Reduce health disparities among African Americans, Increase the educational attainment of African Americans. Work toward the economic empowerment of all Women of color. Celebrate and strengthen the American family. Reach out to women in need around the world. Support our sisterhood and African Americans as a whole – join us today.
Even small donations add up to help us fulfill NCNW-SI goals. We want to be able to continue the great work we've started. Your tax-deductible donations help support our cause for