Each year, the Coalition convene a MIND BODY HEALTH SEMINAR to facilitate the involvement of local Health Professionals to promote preventive health strategy, community health initiatives , health screenings and education to raise awareness about Cancer and Child Obesity illnesses that disproportionately, affect the African-American community


Coalition President Dana Moore appeared before the Polk County School Board to inform board members that the Coalition’s mission is to advocate on behalf of black women and to let the new Superintendent of Schools know that the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Polk County Chapter is available to assist however we can to help improve our community and schools.


The NCBW Chapter partnered with community partners to present “My Sister’s Keeper” Financial Empowerment interactive workshop sessions. This annual event is designed for African-American women and incorporate training on topics such as basic financial concepts, investments, and retirement planning through an interactive workshop setting.


The NCBW continues to establish and maintain alliances and partnership that will strengthen community support systems to help families to help themselves and each other. During the Annual NCBW Mind, Body and Health Seminar organizations and business are provided exhibit space to disseminate value information and resources about their programs, services and products.