The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc - Delaware Chapter is pleased to be a recipient of the 2018 Fund for Women grant. The Fund for Women is an endowment held at the Delaware Community Foundation. The interest from this endowment is given in grants to women’s and girls’ programs in Delaware each year
NC100BW-DE was awarded this grant to launch the Mary Ann Shadd Cary/Margaret Rose Henry Civic Engagement Initiative targeting black women statewide for leadership development. The effort to embark on such an initiative was the vision of Melanie S. Daniels - Immediate Past President, Mary Anne Miller - NCBW & James Baker - Former Mayor Wilmington, DE. The project is designed to measurably increase the civic engagement of participants through awareness of and improved access to training and leadership development. While there is an emphasis on the engagement of black women, all interested women ages 18 and older will be encouraged to enroll. More information coming soon!
Pictured left to right First Lady Tracey Carney, Melanie S. Daniels - Immediate Past President of NCBW, Raye Avery - President of NCBW, Doris Griffin - NCBW Member, Dionna Sargent - NCBW Member, Kia Booker - NCB Member, Kay Keenan - FFW Chair and Pamela Sharpe - FFW Grants Chair