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5101 N. 40th Street Suite B, Tampa, FL 33610
Empowerment Center Ph: (813) 374 - 9250
Mail: P.O. Box 4266 Tampa, Florida 33677

These standing committees are the life blood of the organizations.  We need you to choose the committee that best suits your goals, energy, and ability.  Then roll up your sleeves, volunteer, and jump right in to help our community. 

Choose a COMMITTEE to learn more.

Community Coordination  Open Chairperson 

Enlist the support of other community organizations on issues affecting the interest of African Americans and other communities of color.

Freedom Fund
 Yvette Lewis
Joe Robinson

Plan and conduct the Annual Freedom Fund Dinner (fund raising activities, entertainment  and other projects).

Economic Development
Joe Robinson 

The Committee on Economic Development shall implement local efforts and support national programs to preserve and expand …

Afro-academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO)
Open Chairperson

With ACT-SO, the NAACP is providing an instrument through which African-A..

Membership And Life Membership
Jonnee Ward

Work throughout the year to maintain and increase the membership of the Association.

Armed Services And Veterans’ Affairs
 Daryl Hych

Serve as a center of information on matters affecting the members of the Active Military, Reserves, State National Guard and Veterans.

Education
Tarance Lenoir

Seek to eliminate segregation and the discriminatory practices in public education. Study local education conditions affecting minority groups.

Young Adult
Open Chairperson

Branch members twenty-one (21) – forty (40) years of age. Provide networking and social opportunities for young adults in the local community.

Housing
Connie Burton 

Study housing conditions in the local community. Receive and seek to address complaints of discrimination. Oppose all restrictive practices whether public or private.

Health 
 Open Chairperson

Sponsor health-related activities such as health forums, fairs and workshops highlighting issues of importance to people of color (i.e., Obesity, AIDS, Primary Care,…)

Religious Affairs
Open Chairperson

Promote an educational program designed to give moral and ethical interpretation of civil rights struggle. Interpret the work of the NAACP to organize religious groups of all faiths.ng minority groups.

WIN [Women In The NAACP]
Open Chairperson

To serve as an advocacy to address the social economic, political, education, health and welfare issues affecting women.african american family in front of house royalty free photos

Political Action
Yvette Lewis

Contact our Branch Office Today for more info on volunteering and more. Early Voting from OCT 24th – Nov 6th

Marketing & Media
 Open Chairperson

Seek to ensure Black minority ownership and control of print and electronic media — both hardware and software. Monitor local and national media, especially advertising performance.

Legal Redress
Charles Holloman

Investigate all cases reported to it. Keep the National Office and the Branch informed on the progress of every case.

Criminal Justice
Open Chairperson

To serve as an advocacy to address the social economic, political, education, health and welfare issues affecting women.

Juvenile Justice
Open Chairperson

Seek to eliminate discriminatory practices in the Juvenile and Adult Justice systems.

Research and monitor local and state incarceration, sentencing, arrests and probation rates of African Americans and other youth of color.

Prison Branch
 Open Chairperson

Working closely and directly with the members of their respective Prison Branch and the Regional Prison Coordinator

Maintain contacts with, and report regularly to the Regional Coordinators.

Labor & Industry
Isaline Boyd

Working to eliminate discriminatory employment practices in industry and government, wage differentials based on race, unequal opportunities for training, promotion and unfair dismissals.

 

Communication / Press & Publicity
Open Chairperson

Seek to promote media content consistent with fundamental NAACP goals which include the elimination of racial isolation and fear and the furtherance of multiracial and cultural understanding.