About the North County African American Women's Association

The North County African American Women's Association is an exciting, all inclusive, non-profit, volunteer organization with the mission and focus of empowering women in Northern San Diego County. The NCAAWA offers exciting opportunities in networking, leadership, community service, fundraising for scholarships, women's empowerment, health awareness, and education.

Our Objectives

To participate in programs for the benefit of all women in North County, especially women of African American heritage.

To provide an open resource to the community, in general, through the presentation of seminars and workshops related to services and skills that will help individuals increase their self image and self awareness. 

To serve the community in ways that have a positive impact on issues that affect women, youth and the family. 

To give scholarships to support women and graduating seniors pursuing their educational and career goals.

Our Activities, Events, and Programs

Community Engagement


We host and co-sponsor local community events, fundraisers, and health seminars focused on empowering women. We also volunteer with our community partners throughout the year.
Gentlemen's Gourmet


An evening of sampling delicious food prepared by professional and amateur chefs. This is a fundraiser for the scholarship grants given yearly by the NCAAWA.


Providing networking opportunities for women of all ages to develop their educational and career goals.
New Year's Eve Gala


An Elegant evening of fun as we ring in the New Year. Money raised goes towards our scholarship program.


Providing scholarships for African American female members of the community desirous of acquiring higher education from an academic institution, i.e., four-year college, community college, ROP or trade school.
Women's Conference
A dynamic gathering of outstanding speakers who address a broad range of topics that appeal to women and teens.