Resources for the NAACP’s over 2,000 member units across the country in states, cities, military bases, colleges and universities and high schools. Everything from Branch Election dates and manuals, unit reporting forms, NAACP bylaws and constitution, membership forms, direct action legal request forms and training materials. View the NAACP Field Resources.
List organizations with which the NAACP has signed a memorandum of understanding, solidifying our partnership and mutual commitment to working together to achieve the mission of the NAACP. Download Signed MOUs.
NAACP Resolution Process and Instructions
A resolution submitted to the NAACP Resolutions Committee is a formal request of the NAACP’s Annual Convention to change the programs or policies of the NAACP. The resolution should be clear, concise, and specific. The substance should be well researched and must have been approved by a majority vote of the sponsoring Unit. Resolutions having been approved by this method must be signed by the unit President and the unit Secretary and transmitted to the President and Chief Executive Officer of the NAACP at the National office by May 1 in order to be considered by the Resolutions Committee.
Only resolutions which are recommended for concurrence by the Resolutions Committee will be put to discussion and a vote during the Legislative Session of the NAACP’s Annual Convention. The Committee will review and may alter any resolution received in this process, in order to ensure that it comports with the Constitution and Bylaws and that the substance is new.
Resolutions adopted by the delegates at Convention must be submitted to the Board of Directors for ratification at their October Board meeting. Resolutions submitted for consideration by the Resolutions Committee become the province of the committee and are subject to recommendations or referral as the Committee deems necessary. Resolutions which are approved by the Resolutions Committee, the delegates at the Legislative Session of the Convention and the Board of Directors become official NAACP policies or programs. The adopted resolutions are published in The Crisis magazine. Download here.
- 2017 Resolutions | Cover Memo
- 2016 Resolutions
- 2015 Resolutions | Cover Memo
- 2014 Resolutions
- 2013 Resolutions
- 2012 Resolutions
- 2011 Resolutions | Results
- 2010 Resolutions
- 2009 Resolutions
- 2008 Resolutions
- 2007 Resolutions
- 1976 – 2006 Resolutions
Click on the links below to download aour Annual Report
- 2015 (990) SCF (990)
- 2011 (990)
- NAACP Consolidated Financial Statements & Independant Auditors’ Report-2011 (.pdf)
Click here to download the 2018 bookkeeping guide.
Financial Report Video
Annual Financial Report
Click here to download the 2018 Annual Financial Report (XLS).
This is contains the official list of companies that may create and/or sell items with the NAACP trademarks, including the acronym and seal. View the list here.