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“WORKING TO BRING THE COMMUNITY TOGETHER”
NAACP Greensburg-Jeannette Branch
The Greensburg/Jeannette Branch National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People (NAACP) is a volunteer community-based organization that
has been in existence for 61 years. The branch covers Central Westmoreland
County. The Mon Valley (Monessen) and Allegheny-Kiski (New Kensington)
areas are covered by separate branches. Office hours are by appointment only.
Phone (724) 838-9146 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHAT WE DO
The Greensburg/Jeannette Branch NAACP strives to be a resource to the entire
community. While the organization membership is primarily African American,
we work very closely with all segments of the community to fulfill the mission.
Activities include but are not limited to:
Collaborating with local community - based on organizations on focus issues.
Working with the law enforcement community to help establish better relationships
with the minority community.
• youth programs and adult leadership and education activities.
• political debates, legislative reviews and voter education forums.
• events that promote cultural diversity and cross cultural understanding and
• educating the community about African American culture.
Investigating complaints of racial discrimination and injustice.
Encouraging local businesses to increase minority-hiring in support of the NAACP
HOW WE OPERATE
All of the work of this NAACP Branch is done solely by members on a volunteer basis
through the following committee structure:
LABOR & INDUSTRY
WOMEN IN THE NAACP (WIN)
The Branch is not for profit organization funded solely by memberships, donations,
and fundraising activities. Gifts and donations to the local Branch are not deductible
as charitable tax contributions.
The Officers and Executive Board of the NAACP are elected by the membership
every two years.
Elections are held on even numbered years at the Annual Meeting of the Branch.
To improve the political,
and economic status
of minority groups:
to eliminate racial
prejudice; to keep
the public aware of
affects of racial
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
January 16, 2017 -
1011 Old Salem Road
Human Services Bldg.
Greensburg, PA 15601