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National Coalition of 100 Black Women Candace Women of Achievement Awards Seeks Nominees


Event: Announcing a Call for Nominations for NCBW SNJ Chapter 2010
Candace Women of Achievement Awards
Contact: 856-757-0391, 856-468-1239 or download the Nomination
Package via e-mail:
Deadline for Nominations: November 13, 2009
The Southern New Jersey Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., a
national non-profit organization, proudly announce a call for nominations for the 2010
Candace Women of Achievement Awards. This award recognizes distinguished women
of minority descent whose contributions to society mirror our mission in the areas of issues
of importance to minorities as they relate to Health, Education, Economic Development,
Arts and Culture, Community Service, Spiritual Leader, Civic Awareness, Corporate-Glass
Ceiling Executive and Science & Technology.
While the nominee is not required to reside in Southern New Jersey to qualify for the
award, their contributions must have a positive impact upon minorities residing in the
southern region. The nominee must agree to be nominated and be willing to attend the
award ceremony.
Beginning this year, we would like to recognize a South Jersey youth, ages 14-18, who
has made a significant impact on her community and excelled as a leader, mentor and
entrepreneur. These attributes support NCBW’s goal, which is to develop socially
conscious leaders throughout our various communities. We believe our youth are not
recognized enough and this kind of exposure will encourage more youth to go above and
beyond anyone’s expectations.
Our selection committee will review all nominations and select the individuals whom we
believe meet the highest standard in their area of accomplishment. Honorees will be
recognized at our Candace Award Luncheon Ceremony on Saturday, March 27, 2010
(Save this Date) at Auletto Catering, Almonesson, NJ 08096.
If you know an individual who meets the criteria for an award, and wish to nominate
them, please complete the attached nomination form and return it to the address below by
November, 13 2009. We look forward to hearing from you.
Candace Award Selection Committee
P.O. Box 4
Wenonah, NJ 08090
National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc. 
Southern New Jersey Chapter 
P.O. Box 4
Wenonah, NJ 08090 


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