Membership is the lifeblood of the NAACP.
We've made it easy to join online.
Annual membership is $30 and directly supports our local efforts.
You can also download and mail a completed membership form to:
P.O. Box 1557
Burlingon, NC 27216
Please attach a check or money order of $30 for your membership fee, made out to
Alamance NAACP Branch #5368.
Our Executive Committee consists of the branch president, secretaries, treasurer, members-at-large and all committee chairs. This committee oversees branch decisions on funding and activities.
The Political Action Committee (PAC) is one of our most active committees. They organize voter registration drives, advocate for voting rights, and attend Alamance Board of Elections and County Commissioners meetings.
Chair: Anthony Pierce
Our Education Committee works hard in Alamance County to advocate for a fairer public school system. They voice their concern for redistricting and budget efforts at local school board meetings.
Chair: Dr. Dorothy Yarborough
Our Legal Redress Committee reviews local cases for discriminatory practices and assists when possible. This committee works on an as-needed basis as cases come in.
To file a discrimination complaint for our Legal Redress Committee to review, visit our
Chair: Ernest Lewis
Our Communications Team supports the branch and the other committees. They handle social media, press relations, and the branch website.
Chair: Brittany Brown & Quinn Ray
The Feeding Program, with help from our coalition partners, we host a meal for our community members in need on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday of the month at the Bynum Center, 331 E. Morehead St., Burlington, NC.
Chair: Ernestine Lewis Ward
Our Housing Committee monitors and advocates for fair housing in Alamance County.
Chair: Linda Snipps
The Fundraising Committee typically meets from February to June to organize the Freedom Fund Banquet annual fundraiser. Due to the necessity of cancelling the 2020 banquet, alternative ideas are needed for ways to continue funding the branch.
Environmental injustice, including the proliferation of climate change, has a disproportionate impact on communities of color and low income communities in the United States and around the world. The Environmental Justice Committee addresses this human and civil rights issue.
Contact: CA Cavalier
The Criminal Justice Committee's goal is to establish a police advisory commission that advocates for substantial change with clear objectives and measurable outcomes in police accountability and culture.
Chair: Dr. Charley Flint
The following current committees are in the process of being formed.
Community Coordination Committee
Religious Affairs Committee
On April 16, 2022 the Southern Coalition for Social Justice presented "Map of Future" for the Alamance NAACP monthly General Membership Meeting.
For more information on the "Map Our Future" project, visit https://southerncoalition.org/voting-rights/mof2022/
On May 21, 2022 Angela Thompson presented the Alamance Eldercare Program for our monthly general meeting.
For more information on Alamance Eldercare, visit https://alamanceeldercare.com/
On June 18, 2022, Antoine Fletcher, Science Communicator for Great Smoky Mountains National Park, did a presentation on the African American Experience for our general membership meeting.
For more information on the African American Experience in the Great Smoky Mountains, visit https://friendsofthesmokies.org/blog/african-american-experience-in-smokies-2021/
On July 16, 2022 Paul Keller, Chair of the Freedom Fund Banquet Committee, gave a presentation on the upcoming 46th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit https://acnaacp.org/2022-freedom-fund-banquet
The Alamance NAACP 46th Annual Freedom Fund Banquet will be held Friday, September 30, 2022 at 6:00 PM at the Graham Mill, 205 W Harden St., Graham, NC. Click below for more event details and to purchase tickets, journal ads and patron levels.