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The winners of the 2014 BWTF fundraiser. Many thanks to everyone for their efforts. Also, Happy Holidays to all of you.

1. Ms Day Graham.....32" SMART TV

2. Ms. Betty Howard....Kindle "FIRE"

3. Mr. Darius Johnson..."e" Reader Special Edition

The members of the

Black Women’s Task Force (BWTF)

welcomes you to our website.

The Black Women's Task Force of Tucson is a non-profit organization which focuses on providing you with timely information on health, business, cultural, events, space to share stories and otherwise interact with the organization and other users. We also provide a calendar for women’s events. This website will be a work in progress with almost limitless possibilities.

If you are hearing about us for the first time, or have heard about us and want to find out more, we encourage you to explore our web site.

No matter where you are in life you will be able to get something from our website pages.

"Letter From Heaven"
To my dearest family, some things I'd like to say.
But first of all, to let you know, that I arrived okay.
I'm writing this from Heaven. Here I dwell with God above.
Here, there's no more tears of sadness: here is just eternal love.
Please do not be unhappy just because I'm out of sight.
Remember I am with you every morning, noon, and night.
The day I had to leave you; my life on earth was through.
God picked me up and hugged me and He said, "I welcome you."
Jewel Diamond Taylor

Ann Fortune-Gamble

A native of St. Louis, Mo, moved to Tucson and became active in the community immediately. She was an actor, singer, writer, poet, and community activist. Mrs. Gamble was a member of the Black Women’s Task Force for 24 years. She was a past Board member of the YWCA of Tucson, The Envelope Please, CODAC Behavioral Health and Borderlands Theater. She has served on the Tucson Martin Luther King Celebration Committee and the Tucson Branch of the NAACP. She was a member of Prince Chapel AME Church and an Asst. Chapter Rep. of the Tucson Chapter of the GMWA, Inc. Additionally, she recently achieved her life- long ambition and became an ordained minister.
The Black Women’s Task Force will miss her infectious smile, her tenacity and her stead-fast believe in the healing power of God.


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