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NAACP is the largest and most influential civil rights organization in the nation. The vital work we do advancing political, educational, social, and economic equality for Black people in the United States depends on the generosity of supporters like you.

How We Fought and Won in 2023

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Now is the time to further your commitment to the NAACP. Through our advocacy and philanthropy, our activists are building a future where the Black community will thrive.

- Derrick Johnson, President and CEO, NAACP

Thrive: In Movement. In Culture. In Community.

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Advocacy in Action: NAACP Housing Navigators

To respond to skyrocketing housing instability, we launched a pilot housing program in South Carolina, which currently faces the highest levels of potential evictions in the nation. Based out of Columbia, S.C., the program pairs volunteer housing navigators - trained NAACP members, faith leaders, social workers, and law students - with tenants facing eviction. Navigators work with tenants to access critical legal and nonlegal services, like rental assistance, and help tenants understand their legal rights and prevent eviction.

The program also links tenants who are behind on rent with a new pro bono eviction diversion clinic, staffed by local lawyers to represent those tenants in critical negotiations with their landlords. So far, more than 60 navigators and 40 pro bono lawyers have volunteered their time and expertise. 

With your generosity, we're ready to develop similar programs elsewhere in the country. 

The impact of giving

  • 2.2M advocates are mobilized for policy change
  • 57K+ small businesses assisted through our Black-owned Business Center
  • $3M+ awarded in educational scholarships and community impact grants
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Every dollar you give to the NAACP, a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization, and NAACP Empowerment Programs, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is used to push our organization's mission forward. We take pride in how we utilize your donations to continue the fight toward Black liberation.