National Hook-Up of Black Woman,Queen City Chapter Advocates for Women and their Families.

Chapter History - Queen City, North Carolina

The Queen City Chapter of the National Hook-Up of Black Women is a 501c3 organization established in May 2010 by Patricia Lee, after she relocated to North Carolina, from New Jersey.  We became a Charter Member of NHBW, Incorporated  in July of 2010. Our founding members include: Ms. Patricia Lee, Ms. Patricia Brown, Ms. Loretha Bronson, Ms. Diane Brinkley, Ms. Ann Cooley, Ms. Cynthia Lox, Ms. Monique Lee, Ms. Bridgetta Young, Ms. Elizabeth Dean, Ms. Heather Lee, and Ms. Alycia Ali.

The Queen City Chapter members are devoted to sharing their time and talents, because we recognize how the impact of our work would help change the lives of many who are undeserved in the Queen City and surrounding areas.  Our members are a diversified group of women devoted to sharing their time and talents, for we recognize how the impact of our work would help change the lives of many who are underserved in the Queen City and surrounding areas.  The endeavors of our chapter are to provide hands on community support, focusing on domestic violence and literacy in our community, and partnering with organizations that have the same agenda.       

Our goal is to hook-up with individuals, organizations and the institutions whose goals are to foster and promote the economic and social development of Black Women and their families, our elders and local fellowships. We are dedicated to a long/short term course of action and involvement. 

 WE MEET EVERY FOURTH SATURDAY @ 7801 PLOTT ROAD CHARLOTTE, NC 28215 10:00AM - 12:00PM  (EXCEPT IN NOVEMBER & DECEMBER)