“Looking Forward, Reaching Behind Us and Climbing Higher"
NCFCWC YAYC, Inc
Barbara R. Myers
State Vice President Central District
Tracy Spellman Powell
State Vice President Northeastern District
State Vice President Southeastern District
State Vice President Western District
Jacqueline J. Hill
Executive Board Chairperson
Marisa Byer Dockery
Jacqueline C. Kanipe
Assistant Recording Secretary
Laura T. Jamerson
State Director of Youth & Young Adult
Barbara H. Hill
Assistant Director of Youth & Young Adult
Welcome to our website.
I greet you in the name of the North Carolina Federation of Colored Women's Clubs, Young Adult and Youth Clubs, Inc. (NCFCWC)
We are an affiliate of the Southeastern Association of Colored Women’s Clubs and an affiliate of the National Association of Colored Women's Clubs, the oldest African American Organization in the country.
It has been and still is the mission of this prestigious organization to minister to the needs of women, children, and families. The goal is to help promote a society that will value all of its citizens; in hopes that all of mankind will see and relate to each other as God does.
It is our desire that you will be impressed to join us by becoming a member, thereby, helping us to continue our legacy by: “Looking Forward, Reaching Behind Us and Climbing Higher".
Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to hearing from you.
“Lifting as we Climb” is the motto of a small nucleus of women who will forever be a part of this nation’s treasure and history.
In 1909, a group of women in North Carolina organized this league of clubs, now a Federation of clubs.
The first meeting was held in Charlotte, North Carolina. The women organized with a purpose: to lift those around them.
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The reasons why we should confer are so apparent that it would seem hardly necessary to enumerate them, and yet there is none of them but demand our serious consideration. In the first place we need to feel the cheer and inspiration of meeting each other; we need to gain the courage and fresh life that comes from the mingling of congenial souls, of those working for the same ends.