Thank you for your interest in the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, San Francisco, CA Chapter. We're excited that you're considering joining the fight for social change!
General membership meetings are held on the fourth Saturday of each month. Our regular meeting location is the African American Art and Culture Complex, located at: 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA, 94102. Free parking in a gated parking lot is located next to the facility. A $100.00 non-refundable application fee is due upon submission of your application.
Any woman who agrees to act in accordance with the purposes and aims of the San Francisco Chapter and has demonstrated evidence of community involvement shall be eligible for membership in this Chapter. An applicant must have demonstrated evidence of community involvement and be sponsored by two financial members in good standing, as defined by the Bylaws and the sponsor must have been a member in the organization for a period of one year.
Annual Dues are: $300.00
You can either APPLY ON-LINE HERE or download an application form HERE, the form requires the Adobe Acrobat Reader be installed on your computer system: then mail it, along with your $100 non-refundable application fee to:
NCBW-San Francisco Chapter/Membership
P. O. Box 423314
San Francisco, CA 94142
Please make checks payable to NCBW-SF Chapter. We look forward to your application and involvement.
Contact: Jeanne Bell
2nd Vice President - Membership
BENEFITS OF JOINING NCBW…WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME?
- Leadership training and opportunities
- Network with a high caliber of women business owners to build business relationships and receive ongoing support
- Continuous learning opportunities through National and local Conferences and Workshops. Learn new skills and insights to improve leadership, business effectiveness and revenue generation capabilities from current experts
- Promote your business to a group of potential clients and contacts
- Opportunities to speak and present in front of large groups
- Sponsorships of events
- Share your skills with other women business owners by providing members with knowledge and needed expertise.
- Inspire and educate other women business owners through your own story and experiences and share in the collective wisdom of other women business owners.
- Connect with women business owners to locate services you need for your business or personal life
- Obtain free relevant business news and policy updates that affect women owned businesses, enabling you to stay abreast of issues and positions applying to you
- Receive recognition and celebration of achievement through awards and publicity
- Participate in working groups to further the organization or in community-focused programs
- Become involved in Public Policy advocacy in Sacramento
- Informational resources
- Peer assistance and support from over 6,000 peers
- Opportunity to help rebuild communities and redirect the energies of younger Black people who live in the communities we serve
- Legacy opportunities through coaching and preparing the next generation