The Austin (TX) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated has engaged in educational, civic, and inter-cultural initiatives since 1960. The foundation of our service is the five program focus areas. We implement activities that will address the most critical needs in these five areas:
ROOTED IN HISTORY, SHAPING THE FUTURE
Angela Henderson, President
Austin (TX) Chapter
The Links, Incorporated
GREETINGS FROM THE PRESIDENT
As we strive for success and continue to strengthen in service, l would like to welcome you to the website of The Austin (TX) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated.
Established in 1946, African American women with shared progressive ideals and visions had aspirations of creating, shaping, and preserving the minds, goals, and beliefs of the culture. In December 1960, The Austin (TX) Chapter was founded and became the 4th installment in Texas in the Western Area.
Regionally and nationally, The Austin (TX) Chapter has been actively engaged in enriching minority based areas in all five of the National Organization facets; The Arts, Health & Human Services, International Trends, National Trends and Services, and Services To Youth through impactful partnerships.
We continue to elevate and extend the culture forward with our programs and initiatives throughout the city of Austin and surrounding areas.
Supporting Dental Care through Colgate Bright Smiles at Bertha Sadler Means YWLA
Colgate Bright Smiles and Bright Futures (BSBF) staff provided a virtual presentation on dental care for twenty incoming sixth grade students at Bertha Sadler Means Young Women’s Leadership Academy. The mission of BSBF is to connect and provide communities with oral health education, dental treatment and referrals for promoting lifelong learning opportunities and creating a world of bright smiles and even brighter futures for students. Link Monica Woods coordinated the event with Dr. Rosalind Oliphant, Community Partnerships.
Thank You to our supporting partners!