The National Hook-Up of Black Women Inc. (Organization)

The National Hook-Up of Black Women Inc. (Organization) National Hook-Up of Black Women Inc. Advocates for Women and Their Families. The National Hook-Up of Black Women, Inc. (NHBW, Inc.) is a national, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization formally established in 1974.

Our national agenda dedicates itself to improving the lives of women and their families through support of the arts, culture, health, education, and human service programs. Our goal is to affect the community at its source. Attained achievement comes through the empowerment of local chapters who best define the needs of their communities and who can, as the need dictates, institute programs effectively at the grass roots level that are within the scope of NHBW's national agenda.

Our national agenda dedicates itself to improving the lives of women and their families through support of the arts, culture, health, education, and human service programs. Our goal is to affect the community at its source. Attained achievement comes through the empowerment of local chapters who best define the needs of their communities and who can, as the need dictates, institute programs effectively at the grass roots level that are within the scope of NHBW's national agenda.

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04/30/2021
04/29/2021

NHBW Mid Cities Chapter cordially invites you to join us for our Annual Founder's Day Program on Saturday May 1, 2021, Please mark your calendars.

04/07/2021

Celebrating 30 years of service! The Joliet Chapter has been led by some amazing women with a true heart for the community!

04/06/2021

April is International Black Women's History Month!

MISSION:

Black Women’s History Month is to embrace achievements, build understanding and awareness, and to celebrate the rich history of the past, present and future generations of not only Black Women but minority Women who are the Descendants of Africa to include: African American, Afro-Austrailian, Afro-Mexican, Afro-Latino, Afro- Argentine, Afro-Brazilian, Afro-European, Afro Bolivian, Afro-Colombian, Afro-Guyanese, Afro-Peruvian, Afro-Bahamian, Afro-Barbadian, Afro-Caribbean, Afro-Cuban, Afro-Dominican, Afro-Puerto Rican, Afro-Saint Lucian, Afro-Trinidadian and Tobagonian, Afro-Vincentian, Afro-Asian, Italians of African descent, Afro-Greeks, Afro-French, Afro-Germans, Black British. Black Women’s History Month is about unifying the community by promoting visibility, education, empowerment, contribution and achievement which positively impacts communities across the globe.

04/06/2021
04/06/2021
03/25/2021

“Celebrating Women’s History Month”

Congratulations to our Sister Nina Johnson! She is one of the women honored as a “Phenomenal Woman” by the the City of Gary’s First Lady Deanna Prince......

03/15/2021

NHBW BHAM is celebrating Women's History Month by highlighting Black Women that have made an impact in Health & Wellness in Alabama.
#nhbwbham
#nationalhookupofblackwomen

03/13/2021

Mid Cities out doing our community services this morning. We walked over 5000 steps.

Photos from NHBW Inc., Atlanta Metro Chapter's post
03/13/2021

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NHBW Inc., Volusia County Chapter Women's History Celebration Sat, 27 Mar 2021 at 4:00 PM | Eventbrite Greetings, Please...
03/11/2021

NHBW Inc., Volusia County Chapter Women's History Celebration Sat, 27 Mar 2021 at 4:00 PM | Eventbrite Greetings, Please find attached the Women’s History Month Celebration program flyer to purchase tickets on Eventbrite. This is a fundraiser benefiting NHBW Volusia County Chapter programs. The tickets are $10.00 each and the deadline to purchase is March 20. Thank you for your support.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nhbw-inc-volusia-county-chapter-womens-history-celebration-tickets-143826899127?aff=ebdsoporgprofile

NHBW Inc., Volusia County Chapter Women's History Celebration Sat, 27 Mar 2021 at 4:00 PM | Eventbrite Greetings, Please find attached the Women’s History Month Celebration program flyer to purchase tickets on Eventbrite. This is a fundraiser benefiting NHBW Volusia County Chapter programs. The tickets are $10.00 each and the deadline to purchase is March 20. Thank you for your support.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nhbw-inc-volusia-county-chapter-womens-history-celebration-tickets-143826899127?aff=ebdsoporgprofile

Northwest Indiana Chapter celebrates NHBW's place in Women's History at the Lake County Library, Merrillville, Indiana. ...
03/09/2021

Northwest Indiana Chapter celebrates NHBW's place in Women's History at the Lake County Library, Merrillville, Indiana. The display case will be viewed by many throughout the month of March during women's history month. NHBW, Inc. Central Regional Chair Claudette Bullock.

Northwest Indiana Chapter celebrates NHBW's place in Women's History at the Lake County Library, Merrillville, Indiana. The display case will be viewed by many throughout the month of March during women's history month. NHBW, Inc. Central Regional Chair Claudette Bullock.

03/08/2021

Happy #internationalwomensday2021

03/08/2021

Being Black and living with multiple sclerosis brings unique challenges and experiences. From scientific and clinical differences in the disease itself to stark inequities in the healthcare system and beyond.

This week NHBW Birmingham will be sharing educational excerpts and experiences of coping with MS in the Black community.

Be on the lookout for these post on Monday and Wednesday this week!
#ThisIsMS
#nhbwbham
#nationalhookupofblackwomen

Black MS Experience Summit: Advocacy
03/08/2021
Black MS Experience Summit: Advocacy

Black MS Experience Summit: Advocacy

Sharing your personal multiple sclerosis story is an empowering way to affect meaningful change. Whether advocating on the local, state or federal level, MS ...

03/08/2021

NHBW Atlanta Metro Chapter celebrates National Women's History Month☺

03/07/2021
03/04/2021

Reshaping Your Health.......We Care! Virtual Community Health Fair on Saturday, March 6, 2021 at 10:00 a.m.

Hosted by The Daytona Beach (FL) Chapter of the Links, Incorporated in partnership with NHBW, Inc. Volusia County Chapter and other community organizations.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82326774226?pwd=Z0p6NEZsczdNa09UQmI2L3E3VlQ5UT09

Meeting ID: 823 2677 4226
Passcode: 893086

03/04/2021

NHBW,Inc. Northwest Indiana

03/03/2021

Please join us for our Virtual Founder's Day this Saturday!!

03/03/2021

Today is Read Across America Day! Reading is still lit! #nhbwnash

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03/02/2021

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03/02/2021

Hello NHBW, Inc.-Gadsden Sisters AND especially our FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE Members.

100% SISTERHOOD!!!!

Give ourselves a STANDING OVATION for our awesome marketing skills, focus and ingenuity during our recent DOUBLE GOOD POPCORN FUNDRAISER - from April 26 thru this morning, March 2, 2021.

Thank You All for Helping us Exceed our GOALS for this Event.

Lauren S. Wright
First Vice President
NHBW, Inc.-Gadsden Chapter

03/02/2021

March is Women's History Month.

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03/01/2021

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03/01/2021

Happy March! We are solilticing donations for scholarships during the month of March. Help us support future college students. Thank you in advance!

The National Hookup of Black Women, Inc. Northwest Indiana Chapter celebrates the achievements of women during Women's H...
03/01/2021

The National Hookup of Black Women, Inc. Northwest Indiana Chapter celebrates the achievements of women during Women's History Month. This year's theme Valiant Women of the Vote that Refused to be Silenced brings to mind Fannie Lou Hamer, the youngest of 20 children who has been called the country's number one freedom-fighting woman. When she realized voting was her right, she registered to vote but failed the poll test and got backlash from the plantation owner. She would not be silenced. She worked tirelessly and became spokeswoman for the student nonviolent coordinating committee.

The National Hookup of Black Women, Inc. Northwest Indiana Chapter celebrates the achievements of women during Women's History Month. This year's theme Valiant Women of the Vote that Refused to be Silenced brings to mind Fannie Lou Hamer, the youngest of 20 children who has been called the country's number one freedom-fighting woman. When she realized voting was her right, she registered to vote but failed the poll test and got backlash from the plantation owner. She would not be silenced. She worked tirelessly and became spokeswoman for the student nonviolent coordinating committee.

Debra's Pop-Up Store
02/28/2021
Debra's Pop-Up Store

Debra's Pop-Up Store

Click here to buy delicious gourmet popcorn and 50% of your purchase will directly support NHBW, Inc. Gadsden Chapter . Delivered to your doorstep in days. #dgpopup #doublegood

Photos from NHBW Mid Cities Chapter's post
02/28/2021

Photos from NHBW Mid Cities Chapter's post

02/28/2021

Wear your hats, pearls and gloves and join us for Founders Day on April 17, 2021, 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Donation is $10.50 paypal.me/nhbwnash or Zelle to 615-347-0712. Contact Patricia Malone Smith at [email protected] or 615-768-9293.

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1809 E 71st St, Ste 205
Chicago, IL
60649

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Programming: "Reading for Life" Literacy, Domestic Violence, T.O.P Teens Overcoming Pressure, Health Wellness, and Minority Mental Health

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The next BLACK WOMEN HEAL (Greater Chicago Only) virtual community circle will be held this Saturday, September 12th at 10:00 AM. Registration is FREE. Link below: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-women-heal-virtual-community-circle-2-registration-120204261181 Thank you!
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