Here are some of the most common questions asked to the NAACP Kansas State Conference and its Branches.
Age 21 and Older
Adult Membership: $30 (annually)
Silver Lifetime Membership: $750 (payable in annual installments of $75 or more)
Gold Lifetime Membership: $1500 (upgrade from Silver of Regular Adult – payable in annual installments of $150 or more)
Diamond Lifetime Membership” $2500 (upgrade from Gold or Heritage Life – payable in annual installments of $200 or more)
Age 20 and Younger
Youth Membership: $10 (annually)
Junior Lifetime Membership: $100 (for ages 13 and under only – payable in annual installments of $25 or more)
Bronze Lifetime Membership: $400 (for ages 14 – 20 – payable in annual installments of $50 or more)
Yes. The NAACP is a volunteer-based nonpartisan civil rights organization. Local branch and state conference staff are all volunteers. Please contact your local branch or review the volunteer opportunities page (coming soon) to learn more about available opportunities.
Each local branch fundraises through its annual Freedom Fund Dinner.
No. The Legal Defense Fund (historically referred to as the NAACP Legal Defense Fund) is independent and separate from the NAACP. The Legal Defense Fund originated out of the legal department of the NAACP in the 1930s. However, in 1957 they were separated and became independent of each other.
No. We are unable to provide financial resources for the attainment of an attorney. Please check the Find an Attorney page for additional resources.
No. Criminal cases are outside of the purview of the NAACP. We encourage you to contact your local bar association attorney referral network to find an attorney.
No. The NAACP does not provide, refer, or recommend attorneys.
Complaint forms and instructions are available on the Find Your Local Branch page.
We work to respond to all complaints within 7-10 business days. When you submit a complaint, we respond to the email in the complaint form. Please check your spam or junk folder. Your email response will be from the “Kansas NAACP Legal Redress” or “NAACP Kansas State Conference Legal Redress.”
When you submit a request for contact, we respond to the email in the contact us form. Please check your spam or junk folder. Your email response will be from the “Kansas NAACP Legal Redress” or “NAACP Kansas State Conference Legal Redress.”