National Alumnae Association of Spelman College (NAASC)
Annual Calendar of Activities
Chapter Accomplishments since 1999
Participate annually in 5K races for charities. Have raised over $1,000 for these charities (Susan Komen Race for the Cure, Sickle Cell Disease Association of Miami, Martin Luther King, Jr. 5K)
Established a relationship with 100 Black Men of South Florida and serve as volunteers to assist with their annual Christmas shopping spree for underprivileged children sponsored by Target and Walmart.
Served as Presenting Sponsor for the Gwen S. Cherry Black Women Lawyers Association Judicial Candidate Breakfast.
Awarded over $61,000 in scholarships to 29 students from South Florida attending Spelman College.
Hosted Blue Diamond Teen Brunch for top female high school students in West Palm Beach.
Sent care packages to freshman from South Florida attending Spelman College.
Participated in local college fairs to inform and recruit students.
Attend Admissions Office receptions.
Provide holiday socials and gifts and supplies to freshman, sophmores, junior and seniors returning to Spelman.
Hosted Summer Soul: Party With A Purpose Fundraiser from 2001-2005. Awarded scholarships and honored alumnae.
Hosts All That Jazz: Scholarship Fundraiser from 2006-Present. Award scholarships and honor alumnae.
Sold group tickets to The Lion King and Alvin Ailey at the Arsht Center and Motown the Musical at the Kravis Center.
Created chapter t-shirts and note cards .
Raffled tickets for participation in the Winterfest Boat Parade.
Quarterly meetings in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.
Hold annual Spelman/Morehouse College summer socials for students and alumni.
Host annual Founders Day worship service and meeting.
Attend book signings for former Spelman College President Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum and alumna Tayari Jones.
Host game nights, happy hours and holiday socials.
Reserved table at United Way Annual Women’s Breakfast where Dr. Johnnetta Cole spoke.
Attend events throughout South Florida..
Hold quarterly meetings for business purposes and highlighting alumnae’s businesses.