BECOME A MEMBER AND  JOIN A COMMITTEE

What Is Salem United, Inc’s Mission?


Salem United, Inc. fosters a commitment to preserve our cultural history, protect our ethnic traditions, and build our community and social awareness.  Salem United, Inc. preserves, protects and builds black history through community engagement.

 

What Does Salem United, Inc. Do?
 

Salem United Inc.’s purpose is unifying Individuals, Organizations and Companies in bettering our communities.
Our most significant goals are to:

• Increase participation in Voter Registration and U.S. Census through education and historical significance of the origin of “Negro Election Day”, The First Black Voting System.
• Provide history for Black America
• Build mentorships and collaboration. 
•  Do charitable works.  
•  Provide education.  
•  Cultivate social and community events

 

Why Should I Join Salem United, Inc?

Salem United, Inc. is an organization whose accomplishes comes directly from the work involvement of its members.  It is a grassroots organization providing every member with opportunities to learn and educate others about its history with voting which will enable them to go out and bring that history to the relevance of today’s.
Salem United, Inc. believes we need everyone to participate in order for our community to overcome the inequities in our communities today.  Whether you contribute your time, your money, or both you can feel confident that your investment in our organization will bring true diversity and equity.

Our members meet to develop programs and policies that work for success.  We take the risk to make the change.  But we can not do it alone.  The struggle is still active and we can not fight unless we fight together.  

 

•    Attend an event on our calendar
•    Contact us to get involved
 

Become a member of Salem United, Inc. and join our dedicated team of givers. With your help, we’ll be able to do more and do it better. 

Our membership fee as of 2023 will be $30.00 a year.   

Our fee goes into the missions of Salem United, Inc to reach its goals and fulfill its programs. 
 

We have several types of Committees you can serve on as a Member and we look forward to your contribution. 

Salem United, Inc. has made history in becoming a State Holiday and now together we can make it a success.

How students and other young adults can participate:

 

Ways to be involved in Salem United, Inc.

  • Help to register voters

  • Volunteer with your town or city to be a poll worker

  • Advise League members about issues of concern to young people.

  • Assist League members with issue-based forums to educate the community.

  • Develop outreach to young adults to encourage them to vote.

  • Participate in League advocacy events for issues you care about.

  • Promote participation in student-led civics projects at your school.

  • Assist in developing smart, creative promotional materials on voting

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can do this through our Youth Board. 

What you can learn from being a part of Salem United, Inc.

  • How the legislative process works

  • How to advocate for legislation

  • Understand how policy is developed

  • Understand the elements of making democracy work

  • Learn the true value of the Civil Service

  • What does the U.S. Census really mean.

  • How do I vote

  • How do I register to vote

To be a part of the youth board please contact:  Monieke McNeil at mmcneil0913@gmail.com 

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COMMITTEES

Keep On Collaborating

Working with Salem United, Inc. can be challenging but the rewards are worth it.   

Here are a list of our Committees:  

1. Administrative
2.  Communication/Media

3.  Entertainment

4.  Exhibition

5.  Events/Gala

6.  Parade
7.  Flag

8.  Pavilion

9.  Vendor

10.  Volunteer

11.  Web/Social Media

Your help will help us continue our work in helping preserve history and culture in Massachusetts.
Together we can make a difference!

A list of participants of Committees please find here: