Freedom Fund

The NAACP Chicago Far-South Suburban Branch (NAACP-CFSSB) is a branch of the NAACP, the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization. Receiving its charter in May of 1979, the NAACP-CFSSB has focused on fighting for civil rights and social justice in areas that include economics, environment, education, government, health, and justice in the South Suburban communities.

The annual Freedom fund dinner is the primary source of funding for the branch.