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1 Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. SynLod 2013Project ReportsLady Sharon Beard, National 2nd Vice PresidentLady Audrey L. Lawton, 12th National President
2 NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN (NCNW) 4/1/2017NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN (NCNW)Lady DiAnn Robinson – NATIONAL ChairLADY SHARON BEARD - NATIONAL 2ND VICE PRESIDENTLADY AUDRIE LAWTON – NATIONAL PRESIDENT1H_Hawaii_Guide_solution
3 AREA NCNW CHAIRS AREA I LADY MOLLIE JOHNSON WILLIAMS AREA II LADY MARY ALEXANDERAREA III LADY PRINCETTA FARRIESAREA IV LADY DAWNETTE FRAZER-WOODSAREA V LADY BILLIE BENNETTAREA VI LADY FUTURE VINCENT-HICKS
4 NATIONAL INITIATIVE ONE HIV/AIDS AWARENESSTEXT MESSAGINGCOMMUNITY EVENT (PROVIDE INFORMATION)TALENT SHOW OR HIP HOP PROGRAM TO TARGET TEENSCHAPTERS PROJECT RECOGNIZED AT SYN-LODPROGRAMSFLYERSPICTURES
5 NCNW INCENTIVE ONEALL CHAPTERS SUBMITTING PROJECTS AND COMPLETING ALL REQUIREMENTS OF INITIATIVE ONE WILL RECEIVE AN AWARD AT SYN-LOD
6 NATIONAL INITIATIVE TWO TLOD TO PARTNER WITH NCNWFOR NATIONAL MEMBERSHIP200 LADIES TO JOIN NCNW200 TEENS TO JOIN NCNWLADIES SPONSOR TOP TEENS MEMBERSHIP FOR $2.00 BEFORE MAY 2012CHAPTERS TO PROVIDE NATIONAL CHAIRNAMES OF NEW MEMBERS
7 NCNW INCENTIVE TWOThe chapter and/or area that gets the most ladies and teens to become new members of the National Council of Negro Women would receive an award at Syn-Lod
8 NATIONAL INITIATIVE THREE TOP LADIES OF DISTINCTION, INC. PURCHASE A LIFE TIME MEMBERSHIP OF $750.00
9 NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN Total # of Volunteer Hours ,645Funds Donated $6,896Funds Expended $7,129Chapter Life Time Membership
10 AREA I NCNW Life Membership BEAUMONT CAPITAL CITY HOUSTON HUMBLE INTERCONTINENTALLUFKINMISSOURI CITY SPACE CITYSUGAR VALLEY
11 AREA II NCNW Life Membership ALEXANDRIA BALTIMORE DALE CITY PRINCE WILLIAMS COUNTYHAMPTON ROADSPRINCE GEORGE COUNTYQUEENS NY EMPIRE STATE
12 NCNW LIFE MEMBERSHIP AREA III AREA IV CARDINAL CHICAGO LINCOLN PARK MILWAUKEENORTH SHOREWEST SUBURBAN CHICAGOAREA IVAUGUSTAMIAMIRALIEGHSAVANNAH
13 AREA V AREA VI NCNW LIFE MEMBERSHIP NA HUB CITY LADERA HEIGHTS LOS ANGELESSTARLIGHT
14 INCENTIVE ONE HIV/AIDS award AREA IBeaumontHoustonHumble IntercontinentalMissouri City Space CityNew OrleansPrairie ViewRiver CitySan Antonio MetroSuburban Bayou citySugar Valley
15 HIV/AIDS AWARENESS BRADFORD/TAYLOR CENTER Houston, Humble, Missouri City, Sugar Valley
16 INCENTIVE ONE HIV/AIDS award AREA IIQueens EmpireWashington DCAREA IIIChicagoLincoln Park ChicagoMidway ChicagoNorth ShoreSkyline Metropolitan ChicagoSouth Suburban Chicago
17 SOUTH SUBURBAN CHICAGO HIV/Aids Workshop South Suburban Teens presenting HIV-AIDS Workshop to Seniors of Phoenix, Illinois at our Annual Kwanzaa Celebration. The Golden Agers were delighted that the Teens were willing to talk candidly on such a sensitive subject.
18 INCENTIVE ONE HIV/AIDS Award AREA IVAugustaMarshall Capital CityAREA VColumbusRenaissanceAREA VINAINCENTIVE ONE HIV/AIDS Award
19 TOP TEENS MEMBERSHIP AREA I BEAUMONTDALLASHOUSTONHUMBLE INTERCONTINENTAL 49LAKE CHARLESLAKE HOUSTONLUFKINRIVER CITYSHREVEPORTSUGAR VALEYTRINITY WESTTWIN CITYTOTAL
20 AREA II PRINCE GEORGE CITY 36 QUEENS EMPIRE 4 TOTAL 40 AREA III TOP TEENS MEMBERSHIPAREA IIPRINCE GEORGE CITY 36QUEENS EMPIRETOTALAREA IIICARDINALEAST ST LOUIS 23SOUTH SUBURBAN 29SKYLINE (100%)TOTAL
21 TOP TEENS MEMBERSHIP AREA IV ST PETERBURG 5 AREA V NA AREA VI HUB CITYINGLEWOODLADERA HEIGHTS 32TOTAL
22 INGRID SANDERS JONES NCNW NATIONAL CHAIR ATLANTA, May 2, The Coca-Cola Foundation announced a $1 million multi-year award to the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) to support its operating infrastructure and NCNW’s Economic and Entrepreneurial Development Center, which provides technical assistance and business development assistance to more than 4,000 women annually.
23 NCNW Affiliates Conference – Las Vegas Lady Audrie PRESENTS $3500
24 TOP LADIES OF DISTINCTION, INC. NATIONAL PROJECTNAACP Activities, 2011 – 2013Area ChairsLady Stephanie Owens, Area I Lady Marie Quick, Area IILady Sylvia Yandle, Area III Lady Pamela Bright, Area IVLady Kimberly Grays, Area V Lady Dorothy Shepherd, Area VI2ND Vice PresidentLady Sharon BeardNational PresidentLady Audrie Lawton
25 National TLOD NAACP Chair Lady Mary Louise Batiste
26 PURPOSEFor more than 100 years the oldest Civil Rights organization, NAACP, in America constantly echoes the rights of every individual to equal justice under the law. Beyond the premise of race, ethnicity and political labels ALL mankind are the same. Thus, as stated in the Constitution – “Americans endowed with certain inalienable rights…guaranteed equal justice under the law”. With this assurance, TLOD strides to make an impact on the lives of all Americans to dream and enjoy the pursuit of life in its fullest. As President Benjamin Jealous remarked: “That is an important truth worth remembering and celebrating in today’s divisive, contentious times. America’s promise of equal justice, rights and opportunity for all defines and distinguishes our nation. And how well we fulfill that promise speaks volumes about our national character”.
27 PURPOSETLOD Chapter NAACP, continues to hold America to its highest ideals in promoting our Objectives:Each TLOD chapter contributes the nationally mandated $50.00 as part of the April 1st financial report. Implement at least one NAACP activity annually. Each Area should host a professional display table to highlight local chapter activities on an Area level and at Syn-Lod Continue to encourage TLOD chapter life memberships with NAACP by Syn-Lod The membership fee is $750; and, may be paid in increments of $75.00 per year until paid in full. Your chapter will have NAACP Chapter Membership status while you are paying. Increase number of Teens participating in NAACP ACT-SO Scholarship Competition by taking more of an active role in NAACP national programs. Encourage TLOD family (Ladies, Teens and Lords) to purchase NAACP memberships. Encourage participation of TLOD in local, state, and National NAACP activities.
28 AND executing our strategies: PURPOSEProvide Workshops/Seminars to educate TLOD Members and public on Redistricting Focus attention on Voters’ Registration in preparation of 2014 Election. Provide Workshops and Seminars on Home Ownership. Promote Entrepreneurship among African American Women and provide resources; Educate TLOD members and public in Business Economics; Compile a Resource Directory on available resources and tools to assist women after retirement; Provide workshops and seminars on Job Preparation to help educate the unemployed; Promote Job Fairs and provide “Back to Work” workshops to assist unemployed; Educate Ladies and Teens on the Legislation working to assist with public policy; Support NAACP’s health initiatives by advocating their causes: Access to Healthcare, Racial Disparities, Mental Health, HIV/AIDS, Injustice; Encourage participation in NAACP conferences, seminars and national convention; and Visit regularly for updates and informationAND executing our strategies:
29 GOALS AND OBJECTIVES FOR 2011-2013 ACTION/GOALSRESULTSEach TLOD chapter contribute to the nationally mandated $50.00 as part of the April 1st financial report; Implement at least one NAACP activity annually. Each Area host a professional display table to highlight local chapter activities on an Area level and at Syn-Lod 2013, Increase the number of Teen participation in NAACP and ACT-SO;100% response 98 % of chapters who returned a Chapter Report Book, held a Membership Drive; attended or served at the Freedom Fund Dinners and were actively involved in the National Convention. Five Teens competed in ACT-SO.
30 GOALS AND OBJECTIVES FOR 2011-2013 ACTION/GOALSRESULTSEncourage TLOD Family (Ladies, Teens and Lords) to purchase NAACP memberships Encourage participation of TLOD in local, state and National NAACP activities As National Chair, my goal was to deliver concise and clear communication to the Area and in some instances chapter chairs.45% of the chapters have increased their memberships. At least ten (10) chapters are paying on a Life Membership. Overwhelmingly, all chapters with Teens participated in Voter Registration. Six teleconferences with area chairs Six personal phone calls Three newsletters A series of s
31 HIGHLIGHTS OFThe National President, Lady Audrie Lawton made a $5, donation at the NAACP National Convention during the WIN Luncheon Hub City pledged to register 16 new voters on the 16th of September in memory of the four young girls killed in Birmingham, Alabama Nashville Capitol City Chapter partnered with the City Wide Super Sunday Voter Registration Drive on August 19th. Three Teens from the Ladera Heights Chapter attended the National Convention The City of Angeles Chapter and TTA collaborated with OES Grand Worthy Chapter Sarah Chapter #8 to distribute and signed up over 50 community members for the upcoming 2012 election. The Shreveport Chapter – Lady Sharon Penson, NAACP project Chairperson and Lady Tracey Moon made a presentation to the members of the AARP Chapter 3832 on the importance of voting in the next presidential election. Cardinal Chapter – Hosted a Voter Registration drive with Teens For outstanding NAACP Chapter activities, eight chapters were presented gold medallions at Parliamen-Top 2012
32 HIGHLIGHTS OFConfluence Chapter – Members served on the county Branch’s Executive Committee, Freedom Fund Committee and certified to register voters. East St. Louis – Partnered with Delta Sigma Theta and the Daughters of Isis during the month of February in weekly Voter Registration drives. 93% of the chapter are members of NAACP. Ebony – Supported the local Freedom Fund Dinner. St. Louis – Partnered with the St. Louis Center and sponsored a Voter Registration Drive West Suburban – Continued installment payment on chapter’s Life Membership. Voter Registration: Partnered with two churches, AKA Sorority, DuPage Community College and Benedictine University Milwaukee – Paying on Life Membership Lincoln Park – Participated in NAACP Job Fair Inglewood chapter partnered with the Inglewood Branch membership drive. On behalf of TLOD, Lady Pamela Bright will make a monetary donation at the nation NAACP Convention in July , 2013 during the WIN Luncheon.
33 INTERESTING AND EXCITING Communicating with the Area Chairs Noticing differences and similarities of Areas and chapters Offering incentives at Parliamen-Top and Syn-Lod Providing special recognition for participating chapters. Overwhelming response to Voter Registration. Noting that 64% of the white population voted in the 2012 election and 66% of the Black population voted.
34 GOALS FORJoin forces to “Get Out to Vote” for the 2014 election.Articulate Women’s Rights and Job Preparation for the unemployed;Promote and enhance health care.Increase memberships ($30.00) in chapters by 50%. Increase Life Membership ($750.00) in chapters by 10%;Increase TTA membership ($10.00) by 50%. Increase TTA participation in ACT-SO by 30%;100% participation from all Area Chairs in implementing the goals of TLODAll areas join in the Day of Unity – This will be an exciting spiritual journey that will highlight health and HIV as a social justice issue and fight systemic health inequalities
35 SUMMARY-CHAPTER REPORT At least one chapter from each Area will be highlighted for best practiceArea I, River CityTotal # of Volunteer Hours: 100 Members: 18Activities:Freedom Fund DinnerYouth CouncilSubscribing Life Time MembershipWINHealth InitiativeNational ConventionACT-SO
36 SUMMARY-CHAPTER REPORT At least one chapter from each Area will be highlighted for best practiceArea II, Prince George’s CountyTotal # of Volunteer Hours: 150 Members: 45Activities:HIV Awareness - TestingExecutive Board Members100% membership Ladies and TeensACT-SO
37 SUMMARY-CHAPTER REPORT Area III, South Suburban ChicagoTotal # of Volunteer Hours: Members: 43Activities:Membership Drive100% Teens are MembersVoter RegistrationAnnual Heritage BowlFood BasketsAt least one chapter from each Area will be highlighted for best practice
38 SUMMARY-CHAPTER REPORT Area IV, RaleighTotal # of Volunteer Hours: 356 Members: 6Activities:Six Life MembershipsChapter Life MembershipsVoter RegistrationPardon The Wilmington 10Freedom Fund DinnerAt least one chapter from each Area will be highlighted for best practice
39 SUMMARY-CHAPTER REPORT Area V, CincinnatiTotal # of Volunteer Hours: Members: 28Activities:100% MembershipReceived The “Outreach Award”Voter RegistrationTTA InvolvementAt least one chapter from each Area will be highlighted for best practice
40 SUMMARY-CHAPTER REPORT Area VI, Carson ChapterTotal # of Volunteer Hours: 260 Members: 22Activities:Voter RegistrationMembership DriveWestern Region I, ConferenceFreedom Fund DinnerAt least one chapter from each Area will be highlighted for best practice
41 National Sickle Cell Disease Awareness (SCDA) Lady Cleatrice C. McTorryNational Project ChairmanLady Audrie LawtonNational President38th SYN-LOD CONFERENCESan Antonio, TXJune 2013
42 National Project Objectives Increase awarenessFinancial Support for a cureImprove the quality of life for those affected (individuals and families)Local & National SCDA programs or projectsArea TLOD Leadership Conferences
43 National Project Strategies Each TLOD chapter should implement at least one of the following programs or projects to be considered for Five Star Chapter recognition
44 National Project Strategies SICKLE CELL SABBATHContact your state or local Sickle Cell or the National Sickle Cell Disease Association of America (SCDAA) or44
45 National Project Strategies Partner withLocal NCNW, Sororities, FraternitiesRed CrossMarch of DimesDepartment of Public HealthTTA – Health Choice ConferenceBig Brothers and Big SistersChurches and hospitalsTown Hall meetings with Public Officials
46 National Project Strategies Encourage and InformRequest special times to provide educationEncourage financial supportHold Community workshopsEncourage support to children & families with SCDEncourage testing for sickle cellForm Sickle Cell support groups
47 National Project Summary SCDA REPORTS - 75 (88% of rpts)CHAIRS DESIGNATED - 59 CHAPTERS(AREA III with 87% & AREA I with 79%)47
48 National Project Summary TOTAL # OF VOLUNTEER HOURS - 6,574FUNDS DONATED - $ 8,238FUNDS EXPENDED - $ 7,471TOTAL CHAPTER PROJECTS - 105TTA PROJECTS – 59PARTNERSHIPS - 146
49 Backpacks with school supplies CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTSAdoption of FamiliesBackpacks with school suppliesBlood DrivesBoard MembersBone Marrow DrivesCampsConferencesFundraising events
50 CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS Golf Outings Health Fairs Ice Cream Socials Luncheons & DinnersMini Walk and Balloon ReleasePoster Design by Top Teens WorkshopsPresentation at a High SchoolScreening for Sickle Cell50
51 CHAPTER HIGHLIGHTS Sickle Cell Anemia Annual Can Shake Sickle Cell SaturdaySOS - Stomp-Out Sickle Cell WalkSupport for Holiday PartiesVolunteering at local hospitals and SCDA officeWalk, Jog, Bike-A-ThonWalkathonWalk-Bike-Run & Skate-A-ThonWorkshops51
52 CHAPTER RECOGNITIONS AREA I – BAYTOWN “Sprucing Up Our Awareness of Sickle Cell Disease and Trait”AREA II – PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY “A Sickle Cell Newscast”AREA III – CHICAGO“Golf Tournament”52
53 “Honor of the oldest Sickle Cell Survivor” “Project Enrich Program” CHAPTER RECOGNITIONSAREA IV – COCOA BREVARD“Honor of the oldest Sickle Cell Survivor”AREA V – DETROIT“Project Enrich Program”AREA VI – INLAND EMPIRE“Camp Crescent Moon”53
54 FUTURE CHAPTER GOALS FOR 2014 A designated chairman for every chapterInclude Chapter Funds on Annual ReportInclude involvement of Top Teens in designated area on Annual ReportInclude partnerships in designated area on Annual ReportAttend the National SCDAA conference in September 2013
55 SEND A REPRESENATIVE TO 41st Annual ConventionSeptember 24 – 27, 2013“Moving Forward: Advocating for New Discoveries, Advancements and Breakthroughs”55
56 FUTURE GOALS FOR 2014 A designated chairman for every chapter Improve Communication with each chapter and area chairmanAttend the National SCDAA conference in September 201356
57 AREA SCDA CHAIRMAN AREA I Lady Traci Fisher Marshall, TX AREA II Lady ShaDowna JonesLargo, MDAREA IIILady Jolanda LaMotheAntioch, ILAREA IVLady Harlyn HardinNashville, TNAREA VLady Faye Smith AlexanderLyndhurst, OHAREA VILady Joyce MasonLos Angeles, CA57
58 NATIONAL TLOD LITERACY Lady Lillie L. LacyNational Literacy Chair
59 TLOD Literacy Projects Implemented and Accomplished 2012 Literacy on the Lawn
61 TLOD Projects Implemented and Accomplished Literacy on the Lawn 2012Hosted at elementary schools (Trinity West and Sugar Valley) impacting parents and students.Organization of TTA Book ClubsTLOD Top Teens are reading Success For Teens by the editors of the Success Foundation. “The importance of clarifying goals and practicing the small efforts for Success, and real stories from teens that will support the eight Top Teens Mantras.” Hampton Roads, Humble Intercontinental ,Sugar Valley, Houston and many others are reading the book.
63 Implemented and Accomplished Literary CaféCafés hosted by Houston Chapter, Baltimore Chapter, Sugar Valley Chapter, and Area III Conference.Back to School Book FairsChapters hosts book fairs and book drives, donating backpacks and uniforms to our schools. Lake Houston partnered with the YMCA Back-to-School Program. Lake Charles partnered with KZWA Radio Station in their book giveaways and school supplies drive.
65 Book and Uniform Donations at Local Elementary School
66 Implemented and Accomplished Adopting and Volunteering at Elementary and Middle SchoolsPeck and Cherokee Park Elementary SchoolsPoetry Reading and Writing“Poetry Marathon at McDonald’s” was hosted by Houston Chapter. Beaumont Top Teens performed readings for church senior citizens.
71 Implemented and Accomplished TutorialsDallas Chapter held tutorials at Interfaith Housing (Womens’ Center East Texas). Shreveport “Learning Carnival Project” assisted with Science, Social Studies and Reading Skills.Annual Poetry-Read-A- ThonLadies, Teens and Lords, picked one day in April and read a poetry book or selected poems. Dale City read the newspaper, the bible, poetry, and others. New Orleans read poetry books and selected poems.
72 Implemented and Accomplished Collaboration with Notable AuthorsRaShonda Tate Billingsley, NAACP 2012 Image Award Winner for Fiction, will be featured at 2013 Syn-LOD as guest author/presenter and will host a book signing.
73 Implemented and Accomplished Financial Literacy WorkshopsTop Ladies partnered with Greek and community organizations to conduct financial literacy workshops for our Top Teens and the community.College Prep WorkshopsSugar Valley Chapter partnered with Houston ISD. The teens were highly interested and motivated as they dialogued with the counselors.
74 Strategies that will continue to strengthen TLOD Literacy Encourage chapters to continue implementing the ACCOMPLISHED STRATEGIES.Plan and work directly with Top Teens on conference calls, webinars, and all literacy activitiesEncourage more programs on financial literacy, “Lemonade Day”.Sponsor additional “College Prep” workshops.Advocate computer literacy for children and seniors.Encourage and invite journalist to area meetings to encourage reading.