Greetings on behalf of the members of the Montgomery (AL) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated. We are professional women linked together in friendship and service. We provide thousands of volunteer hours each year in the Montgomery area, as we carry out our mission to enrich, sustain, and ensure the cultural and economic survival of African Americans and those of African American ancestry. The Montgomery (AL) Chapter was chartered on December 8, 1958, by twenty-one leading women in the Montgomery community. They were activists, educators, mentors, role models and civic leaders. We continue their legacy of civic leadership, legislative advocacy, influential decision making, philanthropy and mentoring of youth.
We accomplish this by focusing our efforts in five different facet areas: Services To Youth, National Trends and Services, The Arts, International Trends and Services, and Health and Human Services. Some specific areas of emphasis are foster care, cardiovascular health, walking for healthy living, breast cancer awareness, healthy homesteads, childhood obesity prevention, STEAM initiatives, and many more.
Please follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and this website to keep up with our various activities and programs. We invite you to connect with us in service as we work to transform our community by improving the lives of all around us.
In Friendship and Service,
Ann Worthy Sippial