Our Projects

Thanksgiving Food Drive

In-kind and monetary donations are collected and distributed to selected Prince George’s County residents.

Toys for Tots Christmas Toy Drive

Toys for children aged up to 14 years are donated to the U.S. Marine Corps Toys for Tots program.

Promise Place Shelter

In-kind and monetary donations are collected and donated to the Promise Place Shelter located in Capitol Heights, MD for displaced teens.

Annual Suit Drive

Professional work attire is collected and donated to Dress for Success for women reentering the workforce.

Sasha Bruce Youthworks

An annual monetary donation is made for HIV education and testing of at-risk adolescents.

Backpacks for Foster Children

Backpacks packed with personal hygiene items are donated to Social Services for distribution to foster children.

Susan G. Komen African-American Health Equity Initiative

A monetary donation is made to assist efforts to move from reducing breast cancer disparities to achieving breast health equity.

Oxon Hill Food Pantry


Annual monetary donation is made for the purchase of canned goods and non-perishable items.  Section members volunteer monthly.

Salvation Army, Ronald McDonald House & Adelphi/Langley Park Family

Annual monetary donation is made to each of these organizations in support of their missions.

Education Initiative

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Literacy Project

Initiates activities at District Heights Elementary School in District Heights, MD to help build character and stimulate student interest and love for reading.

Women’s Fair

Co-sponsors the Women’s Fair held at the Largo Student Center of the Prince George’s Community College.

Annual Fundraiser Projects

Prayer Breakfast 

Jazz Luncheon

Health Initiatives

Provides health education to the community and informs members about health related issues that affect the Black community.

Legislative Initiative

Advises the membership of legislative proposals and makes recommendations on ways to affect the legislative process on issues of interest to the Section and the community at large.

Become a Section Member

If you are interested in continuing the National Council of Negro Women’s efforts in strengthening our communities and would like to become a member of the Prince George’s County Section.

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