About the Continental Societies, Inc.

What is the Continental Societies, Inc. about?



Upcoming Events



National Conclave
June 28 to July 2, 2017
Newport News/Hampton

Southeastern Howard Laurel Chapter
"And WE Dance for the Children"
March 4, 2017 - 8pm until
For Details: SEHL event.pdf

Metro Philadelphia Area
20th Annual Spring Fling
March 26, 2017 - 3pm to 7pm

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Regional Meeting 2017
March 4, 2017 - 8pm until
For Details: regional meeting 2017.pdf

Please let us know what chapter events you have and we will post them on this site also.
Updated: Oct , 2016


What's happening now?

Continentals receiving appreciation from the only remaining African American owned Newspaper the Afro American in celebration of their 125th Anniversary.

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Current EventsSend us your current news and we will post it here.

Updated: October, 2016


What events have you had?

demoWe will post informaton on your recent events here. Please visit the Contact Us page to submit your recent event infomation.

Updated: October, 2015

About Us


Continental Societies, Inc., an international public service organization dedicated to the socioeconomic and cultural welfare of underserved children and youth, was founded in June 1956 and incorporated nationally in 1972. Continental Societies Inc. embraces 46 chapters in 21 states in the Continental USA, District of Columbia and Bermuda and is continuing to grow. Through our Five-Point Programmatic Thrust, Health, Education, Employment, Recreation (HEER), plus Arts and Humanities, Continental women internationally strive to adhere to the humanitarian precept of sharing with those in need.

Nationally, regionally and locally, Continentals have created innovative activities while they volunteer their time through outreach programs in youth centers, schools, pediatric wards, homes for the delinquent, mentally retarded and emotionally challenged youth. Continentals volunteer innovatively through tutoring, mentoring, after-school programs, apparel donations and Walk-a-thons. Mentoring programs are a major component of the Continental approach.





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