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 Co-op City Section Membership 

Becoming a member of NCNW helps...

  • Promote and recognize leadership among women of color.

  • Champion women’s rights and civil rights.

  • Reduce health disparities among African Americans.

  • Increase the educational attainment of African Americans.

  • Work toward the economic empowerment of all Minority Women.

  • Celebrate and strengthen the African American family.

  • Reach out to women in need in our community, and around the world.


If you have been looking for a place to explore opportunities, a place where you can realize your potential with the help of a positive supportive network of sisters, NCNW is the organization for you.


Through national programs and through the work of over 240 community sections and 39 National affiliate organizations, NCNW helps women of African descent enhance their health, knowledge, and personal satisfaction and work to improve their communities.

Application Process

Co-op City Section Membership dues are $35 per year. 

Payable to NCNW Co-op City Section (Click "Pay Now" button below) or, 

Mail: National Council of Negro Women, Inc. Co-op City Section P.O. Box 93 Bronx, New York 10475


National Organization dues are $50 per year. Payable Online at 

Please email receipt from online registration to

Interested in becoming a new member? Please complete the NCNW Application Form and ensure both Section and National Dues are paid. 

Life Membership dues are a one-time payment of $500. Life Members do not pay annual National dues. 

Men are welcome to join NCNW as well. Our male members are called Associates. 

Join/Renew Section Membership Dues $35

NCNW, Inc. Co-op City Section  
Application Form

We have recieved your application. Thanks for seeking new membership with the Co-op City Section! Please ensure to pay section and national dues. We'll get back to you soon.

The Co-op City Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. meets every second Sunday of the month at 3 p.m except in May when we meet on the third Sunday in deference to Mothers Day. 
Next General Membership Meeting-
Sunday, September 15, 2024 at 3PM 

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