Voter Registration Assistance Needed

RegisterVoteUnit Member Florence Stewart is coordinating the Voter Registration effort for the PW NAACP.  A number of volunteers are needed if we are to be successful in reaching out to the community to contact and help register unregistered voters. Florence has developed a form to recruit volunteers to assist with a number of activities. Click here to access a form to use in volunteering to help with this important  effort. Please review the form and complete it by identifying areas in which you are willing to assist. Upon completion, please e-mail the form to

Health Fair at Ebenezer Baptist Church


The Ebenezer Baptist Church is sponsoring a Health Fair  and Blood Drive on Saturday, 16 July 2016 from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. The address is 13020 Telegraph Rd, Woodbridge, VA 22192 (corner of Telegraph and Minnieville Roads). Phone number is (703) 494-2669.  The purpose of the Health Fair is to promote a healthier lifestyle for people in our community.  There will be a blood pressure screening station, information on health related issues and much much more.  Please consider stopping by this worthwhile community event.  Admission is FREE.  The flyer describing the Health Fare can be accessed here.  The Blood Drive flyer can be accessed here.

We are also looking for members to represent the PWCNAACP at our information table during the event.  If you can spare an hour on Saturday, 16 July 2016 between the hours of 9:00 AM-1:00 PM, please contact Karl Brower at,  with your availability.  Setup will begin at 8:00 AM. Karl will be there from 9:00-11:00.  Thank you for your consideration.

Voter Education Notice

The Prince William County Office of Elections produced a Voter Education Notice which can be accessed by clicking here. (A copy of this notice can also be accessed from the “Resources” tab on the main menu of this website).

The pamphlet explains that by law, voters are entitled to vote by absentee ballot, and these absentee ballots must be counted by Office of Election on Election Day.  You are encouraged to use this procedure thus avoiding waiting in line to vote.

The pamphlet also includes “6 tips for voting success” which you should know before you go to vote.

Finally, information is provided on how to access the Virginia Department of Elections online Citizens Portal where you can check your voter record, confirm your polling place, apply for an absentee ballot and see your sample ballot.

PWC NAACP Youth Council

ourYouthThe PWC NAACP is in the process of establishing a Youth Council whose members will be Middle and High School students. Middle and High School students and their parents interested in the formation of a NAACP Youth Council are invited to attend “Empowering our Youth” on Saturday, June 18, 2016. The session will be held at the Potomac Library, 2201 Opitz Blvd. Woodbridge, VA 22191 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 P.M. Lunch will be provided. To register for the session, please contact Michael Artson at before June 11th. Please direct questions to Andrea Bryson at 703-494-2596.  Click here for a flyer with full details.