Moore County NAACP

NAACP of Moore County

Mavis Staples (Your Good Fortune)

Forward Together...

...Not One Step Back!

    Since 1937, the Moore County NAACP ha served the citizens of Moore County by advocating for victims of discrimination, supporting strong and equitable public education, supporting our youth with after school programs, promoting sustainable and equitable economic policies, promoting civic participation and engagement, and acting as a voice for the disadvantaged and disenfranchised.
    Please consider contributing in the life of our community by contributing to or participating in the Moore County NAACP.

General Membership Meetings moving from third Thursday to the second Monday of each Month Beginning Monday, March 9, 2015


Moral Monday Travels the State To Hold Elected Officials 
Accountable At Home

May 4, 2015
7:00 PM
Lee County Arts & Community Center
507 N. Steele St. Sanford, NC

In 2015, the Forward Together Moral Movement will spend a third summer engaging in moral demonstration and resistance. Next Monday, May 4th, the Forward Together Movement is coming to Sanford for the first in a series of local Moral Mondays throughout the summer. Each Moral Monday will focus on an extreme legislator who is voting against the best interests of their constituents. Senator Ronald Rabin will be the first inducted into the hall of shame as we expose his regressive and extreme voting history.

This event will include an organizing workshop from Rev. Curtis E. Gatewood, HKonJ Coalition Coordinator, so that our communities can have the skills and knowledge to continue to build powerful movements against extremism at home.


KINDLE fire 6”, 8 GB

Contribute to the progressive Moore County NAACP.

Ticket - $2.00

10 Raffle tickets for $20.00


For More information please call O'Linda Gillis at 910-603-4121

Drawing to be held on May 22, 2015

You need not be present to win.

The Moore County NAACP is registered under IRS 501 C4

for your tax reporting purposes.

Taken January 22, 2015 on Rays Bridge Road a quarter of a mile from HWY 22.
The struggle continues.

"I have decided to stick with love.  Hate is too great a burden to bear." 

- Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King , Jr.