We are a non-profit organization. All officers and executive committee members at the local and conference level work on a volunteer basis to defend those who cannot defend themselves.

    Our work does not end there.  Each year we plan a series of community outreach and fundraising events.  We are successful because our members participate and we receive support from the greater community.

     However, it takes more than a great plan; it takes great people to see that plan through.


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Email:   NaacpModestoStanislaus@gmail.com

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The Political Action Committee works to ensure voter empowerment through providing awareness, training, and programmatic support to ensure registration, education, administration, and election protection.  The NAACP has developed a nonpartisan voter empowerment program  designed to empower African American and people of color by increasing awareness and participation in the electoral process.  The Political Action Committee will support the NAACP’s mission to ensure political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination, through implementing the following initiatives:

  • A series of voter education forums addressing DC Vote and ward specific issues

  • Issue focused political action notifications through social media usage

  • Local DC and Federal advocacy days and facilitating meetings with elected officials

  • Get Out The Vote (GOTV), voter registration and poll transportation

  • Partnering with local and national civic organizations to address pertinent issues

  • Informing the electorate of candidate views, to hold elected officials accountable.

The Committee shall be nonpartisan and shall not endorse candidates for public office.

Modesto/Stanislaus Branch, Unit 1048 members participate in 2018 Women's March