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Join the naacp trenton branch


Every NAACP member makes a difference to the complex, ongoing work of advancing racial equity. We have driven the hardest-fought wins for civil rights and social justice — with you by our side, we can accelerate the next milestones for Black Americans.

Join this multigenerational network of activists dismantling structural racism by using your power to take action on the most pressing issues of our time.

As a member, you'll make a difference every day in this fight and become part of a vibrant community of people who stand for justice and equality. NAACP relies on the commitment and dedication of our members to help us stand up to racial disparities that are still too prevalent in America.

Your membership allows you to:

  • Work with activists and organizers in NAACP Trenton Branch

  • Organize marches, rallies, and direct action campaigns to bring attention to local issues

  • Support access to quality education, healthcare, economic opportunities

  • Advocate for laws and policies to improve your community

  • Participate in voter registration and get out the vote campaigns

  • Attend national events, regional conferences, and training to sharpen your advocacy and leadership skills


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For any additional questions regarding membership, please contact us at


Regular Adult – $30

(Ages 21 & Older)

WIN (Women In The NAACP) – $10

Only available to active members  


Bronze Life  – $400

(Payable in annual installments of $50 or more)

(Ages 14-20)

Gold Life – $1,500

(Payable in installments of $150 or more)

Only available to Silver or Regular Life Members

Silver Life – $750

(Payable in annual installments of $75 or more)

Diamond Life – $2,500

(Payable in installments of $250 or more)

 Only available to Gold or Golden Heritage Life Members


Annual Corporate - $5,000

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"The association needs each of us to step up and share our time and talents to further the progress of civil rights and social justice."

- Patricia Nima-Muhammed 

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