San Gabriel Valley Section of the National Council of Negro Women (SGV-NCNW) is a volunteer organization chartered June 6, 1990, in La Puente CA.
Service area includes cities within the San Gabriel Valley but not limited to Pasadena/Altadena, Azusa, Baldwin Park, Covina, Hacienda Heights, La Puente, Rowland Heights, Valinda, West Covina, Diamond Bar, and Walnut.
Mission and Vision
Mission: To educate, empower and advocate for underserved families.
Vision: To support and sponsor programs that provide human care, health and educational services to African American women and their families in the community.
Delivering services in education, community outreach, as well as health and wellness.
Known for sponsoring and/or hosting a variety of fundraising events specifically in support of its donation and sponsored programs.
Most proud of a membership of young people known as Young Legends. Having the Young Legends as members enables us to have direct impact and influence both educationally and socially.
Math tutoring program has been sustained for many years and continues to remain successful.
Donation and Sponsored Programs
Back to School backpacks and supplies for students
Math tutoring for students (1 - 12 grades)
Toiletries and warm blankets for homeless women, men, and children
Baby/toddler clothing for infants
Resources for families relocated to domestic violence shelters
Disaster relief (water) to flood victims in MS
Mental health and wellness resources and seminars for women
Assistance to grief stricken families
Food baskets for needy families during the holidays
We believe all women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
The San Gabriel Valley Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. (SGV-NCNW) is a volunteer service organization.
Our mission is to educate, empower, and advocate for women of African descent, their families, and the communities we serve.
SGV-NCNW is committed to serving the community.
We will sponsor and support programs that provide
human care and educational services to African Americans and other underserved persons.
We will implement programs that reflect culture and ethnic
diversity and respond to the social needs of families.
SGV-NCNW is committed to sustaining a volunteer program
that maximizes our member’s capacity to be loving, caring,
creative, morally, and spiritually sensitive to all persons.
I leave you love.
I leave you hope.
I leave you the challenge of developing confidence in one another.
I leave you a thirst for education.
I leave you a respect for the uses of power.
I leave you faith.
I leave you racial dignity.
I leave you a desire to live harmoniously with your fellow men.
I leave you finally a responsibility to our young people.
The masses of our young people are still underprivileged, ill housed,
impoverished and victimized by discrimination.
The freedom gates are half ajar. We must pry them fully open... (for) a world of peace, progress, brotherhood, and love.
Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, Founder