NAACP Fun Fundraiser

Old School Basketball Tournament!

We are currently looking for males - ages 40 years or older to play BASKETBALL!!!

Calling all Old School Basketball Players to Sign Up by June 1, 2019

This is a fundraiser for the NAACP Pre-Convention activities.

Register here- Click here.

And Ladies, We didn't forget about you!

Old School Cheerleaders- Come on and compete for the best Old School Cheerleaders Team!

Prize for the best team cheer!

Registration is $10 per person and includes a T-Shirt!

Deadline to register is June 1, 2019!


Join us at the tennis courts at Martin Luther King, Jr. Park and take part in the informational sessions about how Freedom Continues!

We will be on the courts right after the parade- starting around Noon.

What you can expect:

Political Action Committee and the San Angelo Coalition of Black Democrats' Deputy Registrar's will be on hand to answer questions about the non partisan Voting Process, and available to register you on the spot!

The US Census planning is underway and will begin April 1, 2020.  We want to connect with you now to make sure you know the important data about completing the census.  Join us and meet U. S. Census Partnership Specialist and NAACP Unit 6219 President to hear about the local Complete Count Committee and our Partnership with the US Census Bureau.


San Angelo, TX

October 3-5, 2019

The San Angelo Chapter will host the 82nd Texas NAACP State Conference Convention October 3-5, 2019.  Many opportunities for the San Angelo community to engage and actively participate in the Convention.

Minority Vendors can register to participate and sell products or services now.  Download and complete the form below and return as indicated on the form.

minority vendor 2019Registration


Code Camp

Software developer coding on his laptop at night

Each summer, the ASU Department of Computer Science hosts the annual ASU Code Camp on the ASU campus. The one-week camp is open to junior high and high school students interested in computer science and coding.

Attendees will learn to design, implement and test computer code using the Java programming language and the Unity3D Game Engine. They will also learn the basics of computer science as they work in groups to implement a variety of applications. No programming experience is required – and students with prior programming experience or who have attended previous ASU Code Camps will work on more advanced projects.

Code Camp Release Form:
The ASU Department of Computer Science will host its annual ASU Code Camp for junior high and high school students.

A one-week intensive summer coding camp where high school and junior high students interested in computer science learn to program in JAVA and Unity3D.

No programming experience is necessary, familiar with basic keyboarding necessary. Students with prior programming experience or who have attended previous ASU Code Camps will work on more advanced projects.