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Become a Monthly Sustainer

Support NAACP's movement to build political power and ensure the wellbeing of Black communities. Join the Sustainer Program, our community of dedicated, monthly givers who embrace our vision of a world where everyone has an equal opportunity to thrive. 

The Sustainer Program is a collective of movement makers and champions for inclusion, equity and justice around the world. Your monthly gift helps communities amplify their voices to drive bigger, better, lasting impacts. As a valued partner we engage you to stay informed, involved and invested. Your recurring gift is a sustaining lifeline to the NAACP.

As a member of the Sustainer Program you will:

Be informed: We'll provide regular NAACP news and updates from the frontlines of the fight for civil rights.

Get involved: Be our special guest with special recognition at local and national events.

Stay invested: Watch your investment empower change.

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Giving, Your Way

To support our mission, high-impact programs, and/or initiatives with tax-deductible donations, make checks or money orders payable to NAACP Empowerment Programs.

If you would like to help build assets toward a lasting legacy with tax-deductible donations, make checks or money orders payable to NAACP Foundation to support our endowment.

To advocate and lobby for fair laws, policies, and systems as powerful catalysts for change, make checks or money orders payable to NAACP (as prescribed by the IRS, these gifts are not tax-deductible).

For international donations, we accept bank-issued money orders in USD. Money orders should be made payable to NAACP. 

Mail all checks and money orders to:

4805 Mt. Hope Drive
Baltimore, MD 21215

Change isn't a sprint, it's a marathon. A long grind in which small wins can equate to warmest light even in the midst of cold darkness. I am grateful to NAACP for always striving to be the catalyst(s) that drive a better, more inclusive version of our society evermore perfect.

- Jerald W., Donor