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IMAGINE Healthy Abundance Campaign

Thirty years ago, 2,000 Black women gathered at the first conference of the National Black Women’s Health Project (now called the Black Women's Health Imperative) in Atlanta, GA and declared: “We are sick and tired of being sick and tired,” echoing the words of Fannie Lou Hamer.  

Together, we broke the conspiracy of silence that imprisoned, paralyzed and robbed us of our power as Black women. We made a commitment to improve our health and our lives. It was at that conference that we birthed a national movement that would impact the lives of Black women for years to come. 

Now, three decades later, the Imperative continues in its mission to change the lives of Black women and girls acorss the nation; and advance policies and programs that protect our right to optimal health and well-being.

In recognition of this 30-year movement, we invite you to JOIN US! Help change the future for Black women everywhere by supporting our IMAGINE Healthy Abundance campaign.  

Pledge your support through a $30 donation for 30 years of momentum. You can donate $30 in honor of a woman that has made a difference in your life. Then, take it to the next level by donating $30 for every young woman in your life to carry through the next generation of healthy Black women.

TOGETHER, we can IMAGINE a future of healthy abundance!

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The Imperative is able to take your donation via phone at (202) 548-4000.

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Please mail a donation to the Black Women's Health Imperative at anytime to: 1726 M Street, N.W., Suite 300, Washington, D.C., 20036.