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The Calgary African Community Collective (CACC) plays a vital part in promoting collaboration and support for grassroots organizations operating in Calgary that cater to the needs of black and African communities. By keenly engaging with these organizations, CACC contributes to the advancement and empowerment of these communities in various ways.
One of CACC’s main objectives is the facilitation of partnerships between different grassroots organizations. By establishing a network of collaboration, CACC helps these organizations share resources, knowledge, and best practices. This collaborative approach enhances the impact and effectiveness of the services provided to the black and African communities in Calgary. It allows for a more comprehensive and comprehensive approach to addressing the diverse needs of these communities.
Afri-Can Connect Society
Asanteman Association of Calgary
The main aims and objectives of ACONA include:
- Unite Asantes in North America
- Promote the social, moral, educational and the general welfare of its members.
- Provide a source of cultural enrichment, and promote interest, inform and educate the general community about Asante’s culture.
Asanteman Council of North America (ACONA)
P O BOX 202213,
Denver, CO 80220
The Oladele Foundation
The Oladele Foundation is a non-profit Organization in Calgary, Alberta. It focuses on helping African/Black Cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, and others going through chronic sicknesses and challenges of life. We encourage cancer patients and survivors within African/Black community to speak up and by so doing help in demystifying cancer.
235 – 3545 32 AVE NE
Suite – 906
Calgary, AB T1Y 6M6
Immigrant Outreach Society ( IOS)
Immigrant Outreach Society is a black-led non-profit organization that provides evidence-based, language-specific and culturally appropriate mental health and psychosocial interventions for ethnic minorities from East Africa, including Eritrea, Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan.
210-815 10 Ave SW
Calgary, AB T2B 0B4
Sierra Leone Descendants Association In Calgary (Saldac)
Hands lifting hearts initiatives
Hands Lifting Hearts Initiatives is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide support and hope to African immigrants pregnant women and families coping with pregnancy, anxiety, mood swing and postpartum depression through counselling, medical intervention, mental health and community support. Also developing an avenue for protection against sexual abuse in the black community.
Ladies in the Family Foundation (LIFF)
Ladies in the Family Foundation (LIFF) is a non-profit organization focused on building relationships among immigrant women with a focus on black women and girls, to increase their economic, social and emotional wellness as they navigate building new homes, businesses, and work lifestyles in Canada. LIFF’s goal is not only to connect socially, but also to help women understand and manage the fundamental contributors to the health and quality of their emotional well-being.
We know that when girls and women thrive emotionally, psychologically, economically and socially, families, societies and nations are also thriving. Through LIFF’s mandate, we hope that no voice is left behind, no skill is left untapped, and that stigmas, labels and barriers are removed as women navigate their way towards complete and wholesome wellness.
Calgary International Learning Institute (CILI) Ltd
Calgary International Learning Institute Ltd (CILI). is a non-profit company that provides affordable access to education for children, seniors and adults. The programs we offer are centered on language proficiency, social awareness, self improvement, effective communication, and workplace readiness.
130, 3025 12 Street NE
Calgary, AB T2E 7J2 Canada
Office: (+1) (403) 285-3555
Fax: (+1) (403) 285-3575
Bridge to Oasis Foundation
Welcome to Bridge to Oasis Foundation, where compassion meets community. Our mission is to uplift and prioritize the well-being of Black and Afro-Canadian seniors from Africa, the Caribbean. In the face of the ongoing pandemic, these seniors, often overlooked, represent a resilient and invaluable part of our society.
We operate with utmost transparency and accountability. Our financial records are available for public scrutiny, ensuring that every donation and contribution is directed towards impactful programs and services. We believe in fostering trust and building lasting partnerships to create a positive change within the community.
Zongo association of calgary
Calgary Ethiopian Youth Alliance
Somali Canadian Society of Calgary
Founded in 2001, the Somali Canadian Society of Calgary is a Charitable community-based organization designed to cater to the needs of Somali immigrants and refugees in Calgary. It built and operates a community Basketball court to address the needs of youth in the community .
Our steadfast commitment revolves around consistently addressing the diverse needs of Somali Canadians and other immigrants in Calgary and the surrounding areas. Our focus spans across integration, education, health, housing, psychological support, cultural preservation, and socio-economic well-being.
3940 29th ST NE
Calgary, AB T1Y6B6
Council for the Advancement of African Canadians in Alberta ( Africa Centre )
The Council for Advancement of African Canadians in Alberta (CAAC), operating as Africa Centre, was incorporated in 2006.
We are the largest pan African non-profit organization in western Canada, serving as a community hub that provides programs and services from a place of cultural awareness and competency to the families in our diverse community.
We acknowledge the diversity of our cultural background as a source of the strength that brings capacity and competencies to shape a thriving community in Alberta. We have a strong African indigenous cultural foundation incorporated across our programs and services.
105, 12th Ave SE, Suite 940
Calgary, AB T2G 1A1
Mbo’ncham Mekah International Foundation
Ruth’s House is a collage of many agencies, government and community leaders and groups working together to protect the African community.
Yard-Core seeds of Life
Capability Career Group
Capability Career Group is a Workplace Solutions Organization in Calgary Alberta Canada. Our Services Include and are not limited to, Academic Advising,
1550 5 St SW, Calgary, AB T2R 1K3, Canada
EthioCare is a registered charity committed to working with communities to increase their quality of life by providing linguistically and culturally appropriate mental health awareness to youth & families. EthioCare was created amidst the grief of several tragic losses due to diagnosed mental health issues within the communities.
3015 office 240 5th Avenue N.E. Calgary, AB T2A 6K4
Sudanese Social Club ( SSC)
The Sudanese Social Club is none profit organization based in Calgary Alberta.
The SSC was established July 2013 under Alberta non- profit society act. This organization aims to integrate new Sudanese immigrants into Canadian society by providing assistance, guidance and support to those who need it, SSC have access to education programs for themselves and their children, as well as to so many events organized to help ease the integration process into the society. This organization is dedicated harmony and multiculturalism not only across Calgary, but across Canada.
this organization is solely runs by volunteers, we like to say to all those good citizen of Alberta BIG thank you and without your donations and support, this club will never become a reality