The National Black Federation of Charities (NBFC) is a federation of 27 national/international organizations committed to building sustainable communities in the U.S. and Africa. Through employee giving campaigns, NBFC raises funds to support critical safety-net services and programs that address social justice, women's health, HIV awareness and prevention, arts and culture and education.
Member organizations provide services to support the improvement of people, families and communities. These agencies are tackling some of our nations most difficult problems and are helping to:
- Prepare Children for the Global Economy
- Build Strong Families
- Foster Vibrant Neighborhoods
- Ensure Sustainable Communities
2010 NBFC Members
Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation, Inc.
Ms. Barbara F. Sutton
Black Cops Against Police Brutality (B–CAP)
Sgt. DeLacy D. Davis
Black Women's Agenda
Ms. Gwen Hess or Ms. Mary E. Clark
Brown Foundation for Educational Equity, Excellence & Research
Ms. Cheryl Brown Henderson
Family Outreach Ministries International, Inc.
Pastor Rose Edkins
International Center for Traditional Childbearing (ICTC)
Ms. Shafia M. Monroe
Jackie Robinson Foundation, Inc.
Mr. Stephen Lynch
National Association for Black Veterans, Inc. (NABVETS)
Ms. Helen King
National Association of Black Social Workers
Mr. Cheikh A. Mbacke
2305 Martin Luther King Jr., Avenue, S.E.
National Association of Negro Business & Professional Women's Clubs, Inc.
Ms. Antoinette P. Robinson, CMP
National Black Deaf Advocates (NBDA)
Ms. Shirley Martina Moore-Reid
National Black Nurses Association, Inc.
Ms. Millicent Gorham
National Black Programming Consortium
Ms. Leslie Field-Cruz
National Black United Front Educational Fund
Dr. Conrad Walter Worrill
700 East Oakwood Boulevard
National Coalition on Black Civic Participation
Ms. Melanie L. Campbell
1050 Connecticut Avenue, NW 10th Floor,
National Council for Black Studies
Dr. Charles E. Jones & Ms. Summer Melay
National Hook-Up of Black Women, Inc.
Ms. Bettye Gavin
National Trust for the Development of African-American Men
Dr. Garry A. Mendez, Jr.
1608 Nordic Hill Circle
Opportunities Industrialization Centers International (OIC - International)
Mr. Crispian Kirk
Ms. Michele L. Williams
Sphinx Organization, Inc.
Mr. Stephan Bobalik
TIS (To Inspire Strong) African Children Fund
Mrs. Ogechukwu (Ogay) S. Irono
1508 East Capitol Street, NE