Call for Assistance

January 2, 2016,

NAACP Pomona Valley Branch 1085B and the Pomona Valley Community is in Prayer and Pain. According to authorities a Pomona man arrested after allegedly setting a Pomona woman ablaze on Christmas Day killing her. Authorities stated domestic dispute.

The deceased woman leaves 4 children and 2 grandchildren amazed and confused now what? The house is unsuitable for living due to fire damage and police investigation. The family is living in a hotel and in need of the following items: jackets, shoes, blankets, underwear, daily eating. We are suggestion gift certificate cards, due to various of ages and sex of individuals:

A 24 years old woman
A 19 years old man
Two boys, 12 and a 10 years, old in DCFS custody
2 grandchildren: 5 and 6 years old, a boy and a girl, with their mother, the 24 year old woman.

Two City of Pomona families bringing in the New Year with unfamiliar pain and searching for hope, we are reaching out to the Pomona Valley Community to give whatever, you can.

Send your contributions to:

NAACP Pomona Valley Branch 1085B
101 West Mission Blvd. Suite #110-250
Pomona, CA 91766

Be sure to indicate that they are for the Pomona fire victims.

Or donate by Credit Card or PayPal.


For more information email the NAACP Pomona Valley Branch 1085B.

Together We Are Stronger!

Thank you,

Jeanette Ellis-Royston,
Branch President

Denounce Rep. Sanchez’ Islamaphobic Remarks

Alice A. Huffman, President of the California NAACP, calls on California Congressional representatives in both parties to denounce Sanchez’ Islamaphobic remarks.

Today, one day after Loretta Sanchez, defended her claim Trump-like that up to 20% of Muslims around the world want a caliphate and would support terrorism to get it, the California NAACP President Alice A. Huffman called on California Congressional representatives in both parties to denounce Sanchez’ Islamaphobic remarks.

Read the full news release.