We advocate on behalf of women and girls of color in the Greater Richmond, Virginia area. If you believe in the important work that this chapter is doing and are interested in assisting us financially, please show your support by donating to our cause. No amount is too small. Thank you in advance for your support. Please use either of the methods below:

1 – Send payment via PayPal* by clicking on the Donate button below.

NOTE: To ensure that our chapter receives the full amount of your donation, we kindly ask that you consider clicking the checkbox on the Donation page to cover the associated fee which PayPal will calculate based on your donation amount. Thank you!

2 – Mail a check or money order payable to “NCBW RMAC” to the following address: P. O. Box 6452, Richmond, VA 23230

Other Ways to Donate



1. Create a digital account.

A digital account is needed to participate in Kroger Community Rewards. If you already have a digital account, simply link your Shopper’s Card to your account so that all transactions apply toward the organization you choose.

2. Link your Card to an organization.

Selecting the organization that you wish to support is as simple as updating the Kroger Community Rewards selection on your digital account.

1. Sign in to your digital account.

2. Search for your organization here.

3. Enter the name or NPO number of the organization you wish to support.

4. Select the NCBW-RMAC from the list and click “Save”.

Your selected organization will also display in the Kroger Community Rewards section of your account.

3. Your organization earns.

Any transactions moving forward using the Shopper’s Card number associated with your digital account will be applied to the program, at no added cost to you. Kroger donates annually to participating organizations based on your percentage of spending as it relates to the total spending associated with all participating Kroger Community Rewards organizations.


Send payment via CashApp* to $NCBW-RMA,
or scan the QR code shown here.

* Please note that NCBW-RMAC is not responsible for any issues encountered while making payment. If there is a problem, please address it with the vendor through which the transaction was made.

“No longer can Black women operate on the basis of reacting to crises and depending on crash programs to solve them. They know, as they have in the past, that they must understand and direct present trends and become aware of the new economic and social realities that are emerging. Seeking empowerment as a distinct group, they need to analyze their attitudes about power and understand both the traditional and unconventional routes to power. Most importantly, Black women are the linchpin of leadership continuity among all Black people and understand the need for mentoring that must be nurtured and honed day by day,
from one generation to another.”