As the country has responded in collective horror to the disturbing increase of high-profile cases of gun violence, it is clear that a strong, cross-community response is warranted to address […]
Upcoming Webinar Series!
Freedom Fund Dinner Was a Success!
Sincere thanks to our community partners and friends who participated in Friday evening’s annual Freedom Fund Dinner. It was an evening of music, good conversation, and allyship. We appreciate each […]
Hi all, We are cancelling the general member meeting this evening, Wed. Jan. 19. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. We hope to see you next month.
Eugene-Springfield, December 2, 2021— Earlier this week, the Executive Committee for Eugene-Springfield’s NAACP Unit #1119 voted and unanimously agreed to an administrative restructuring of our branch operations. As a result […]
College Scholarships Available!
In addition to our Mattie Reynolds Scholarship, there are several major college scholarships opening up for our Black students looking to attend a four-year accredited university. These scholarships showcase our […]
“Her name is Health, She is the Daughter of Exercise, Who Begot Her On Temperance.” – Kemetian Proverb “Children learn more from what you are than what you teach.” – […]
Financial coaching. Financial wellbeing classes. Completely free. You know the financial basics, but everyone can benefit from a refresher on smart money management. NAACP Eugene-Springfield is partnering with DevNW to […]
Business Development Resources
Did you know that Eugene has a business development center. If you are considering starting a business, no matter the kind, please start here: Lane County Business Development Resources
It passes as Oregon braces for record temperatures. By: Dirk VanderHart, Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB) Oregon’s power grid will largely eliminate carbon emissions by 2040 under a bill that got […]