Welcome to the Ozaukee County NAACP! We are so happy that you have joined our organization. As you may be aware, the NAACP is the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization.  Founded in 1909, its mission is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of the rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.  We appreciate you joining and need your help in creating a society in which all individuals have equal rights without discrimination based on race.  

The heart of our organization is working within one of our standing committees.  We invite and need you to volunteer to join one or more of several standing committees of the branch to help meet our goals.   Please explore our website to review the current standing committees and CHOOSE how you want to contribute to the success of the organization.

We want to give you the tools of our organization that will make your volunteerism a fruitful and meaningful experience. Please see important links below to learn more about the NAACP and our Branch. You will be invited to our quarterly New Member Orientation soon. Feel free to reach out to us with any questions or for further information.

We are looking forward to seeing you at our monthly Regular Membership Meeting held on the first Thursday of each month. An invitation to register will be included within our monthly member newsletter. Be sure not to miss this email as well as add our email address to your contacts list.

Member Resources:

History of the NAACP Video

History of the NAACP of Ozaukee County

Regular Membership Meetings

Report Discrimination

Officers & Committees

Bylaws for Units


NAACP Executive Committee

You must first become a member to join a committee. Click here to review Committees.


Regular Adult – $30
(Ages 21 & Older)

Youth – $15
(Ages 20 & Under)

Youth  – $10
(Ages 17 & Under)


WIN (Women In The NAACP) Membership – $10
Only available to active members 

HISTORY: Women In the NAACP was approved as a Standing Committee in 2004 at the Philadelphia National Conven-tion in accordance with Article VIII of the NAACP Constitu­tion and Bylaws.


  • To enhance the leadership role of women.
  • To serve as an advocacy vehicle for social, economic, political, educational, and health and welfare issues affecting women, girls, and children.
  • To support the ongoing work of the NAACP and its units.

MEMBERSHIP: WIN membership is open to any person who is a bona fide member of the NAACP who pays the WIN minimum membership fee, which may not exceed the Association's membership fee. WIN' meetings are held at the NAACP Convention and State meetings.

THEME: WIN's national theme is "Outstretched Hands and Open Hearts to Women and Children."

DUES: Membership dues are ten dollars ($10.00). Five dollars are for the local WIN committee; five dollars are forwarded to the NAACP Membership Department.

Women In the NAACP is an integral comittee of the NAACP:

  • Was organized by Mrs. Frances Hooks
  • Focuses on women and children
  • Encourages local committees to address edu­cational, health, social, political, economic and other civil rights issues impacting the lives of women and children, especially girls
  • Has a coordinator in each of the seven (7) regions
  • Recognizes outstanding leadership with the Frances Hooks Award
  • Advocates for the positive development of girls
  • Has historically responded to families in disas­ter relief areas
  • Offers a medium for women to develop leader­ship, outreach, and advocacy skills for civil rights, especially for women
  • Built two schools in Benin, West Africa • Has a state WIN chair in most states
  • Recruits NAACP membership as it recruits WIN membership
  • Has a minimal membership fee of $10.00


Junior Life – $100 (Ages 13 & under)

Bronze Life – $400 (Ages 14-20)

Silver Life – $750

Gold Life  $1,500 Only available to Silver or Regular Life Members

Diamond Life $2,500** Only available to Gold or Golden Heritage Life Members


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