WELCOME TO the auburn/cayuga naacp
The Auburn/Cayuga Branch of the NAACP is a Unit chartered by the New York State Conference of the National Association on for the Advancement of Colored People. We are dedicated to serving the Auburn and Cayuga County community.
After decades of progress, hate is on the rise across America. At rallies, on television, and across the Web racism and race-baiting has crept back into our public discourse. Against that tide we call on all Americans to stand for the values that have made our country great.
On October 27, the Auburn Cayuga County NAACP is celebrating its
56th Annual Freedom Fund Gala at the Hilton Garden Inn, Auburn, NY.
This historic evening will feature a keynote speaker, community awards and recognition, and the Harriet Tubman Freedom Fighter Award to individuals who embody our Association’s goals through their commitment and dedication to the community.
NAACP Membership is open to ALL!
Everyone is welcome to join the NAACP. Take a stand. Answer the call for equality. Answer the call for civil rights. Join the oldest and boldest civil rights organization in the nation. Join the NAACP.
Donations Make Us Stronger!
The fight for freedom is not free! Your donation will help fund initiatives and programs to support our mission for racial equality and justice for all. Together we can accomplish our mission and ensure a better future for all our citizens.
Volunteer and Make the Difference!
Our Call to Action needs You! Find out how you can help the Auburn-Cayuga NAACP accomplish its mission. Anyone can volunteer. The NAACP offers many opportunities for people to volunteer from the comfort of their own home. Join us today!
*photo courtesy Auburn Citizen
Who Are We?
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (The NAACP) is the oldest civil rights organization in the nation. The NAACP is the organization you will call on at the onset of racial incidents towards you, your family or someone else, or costs you a job. The NAACP is the organization you will call on when your children experience racial, educational discrimination or neglect by the school system, or when you are being discriminated against trying to find fair housing.
“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world."