National Partners
Our partners are passionate about their involvement with The Links, Incorporated and play a critical role in helping our organization of accomplished, dedicated women work toward the realization of making the name “Links” not only a chain of friendship, but also a chain of purposeful service.
There are numerous ways to form a partnership with The Links, Incorporated. We invite you to join us in partnership as we impact the lives of countless men, women and children all over the world through our program facets; Services to Youth, National Trends and Services, International Trends and Services, and The Arts.

Special thanks to our National Partners:

heart-truth  Susan G. Komen for the Cure®
The Links, Incorporated has partnered with Susan G. Komen for the Cure® to promote the Circle of Promise to local communities by working with the 270 chapters and Susan G. Komen for the Cure® affiliates and the Komen on the Go™ mobile trailer. We mobilize to reach and teach African American communities about proper breast health care in an effort to eliminate the disproportionate number of lives lost to breast cancer.

national-caresNational Cares Mentoring Movement
This is an unprecedented youth-outreach initiative that aims to mobilize the collective African American community to become mentors, volunteers and advocates for

young people in association with national and community organizations. We can and must address the critical issues that prevent our youth from reaching full potential.

susan-komenThe Heart Truth™

This is a national campaign that aims to increase women’s awareness of heart disease and its dangers. Heart disease is the leading cause of death among African American and Hispanic women. Women of color also have high rates of the major risk factors for this disease including obesity, physical inactivity and high blood pressure. As a partner of The Heart Truth, we are working to spread the message of heart disease prevention to the communities we serve. The Heart Truth, the creators of the Red Dress and the national symbol for women and heart disease awareness, is sponsored by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.