Northern Virginia (NoVA) Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. is a nonprofit (501)c(3) community and church-based organization that is committed to contributing to the solution of the problem of human welfare, human rights, social planning and action on a national and international level.
The purpose of the Northern Virginia Section is: • To develop leadership and promote personal growth • To build a common fellowship among person members • To concentrate on the needs of children, youth, and seniors. • To disseminate information concerning the activities of organized women • To work to achieve equality of opportunity in a society free of discrimination and segregation based on race, creed, color, sex, or national origin • To collaborate and cooperate with other organizations in achieving the above goals.
We are postponing the March 21st Jazz Brunch due to recommendations from federal, state governments and the national headquarters of NCNW Inc., in response the Coronavirus pandemic.
The new date will be June 20, 2020.
Come out to the Carlyle Club in Alexandria, VA on Saturday, March 21, 2020 to hear the smooth jazz sound of the Common Ground Band. We will have vendors and silent auctions items to support the NoVA, NCNW's scholarship fund.
Our special guest MC will be Alvin Jones former host of WHUR's Quiet Storm!
TICKETS: $60 ($63 if paying via PayPal)
To purchase your tickets, visit www.novancnw.org
Send your check or money orders to:
NoVA Section, NCNW, Inc.
P.O. Box 119
Merrifield, VA 22116