African Cultural Centre (ACC) is part of Humanitarian Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public non profit organization based in Sacramento, California, designed to provide educational, artistic and cultural programs in our community; as well as, opportunities and resources that incorporates the diverse cultures and history of Africa. African-American, Africans and the generations of children who are born in The United States, can connect to their rich heritage. This will enable people from all walks of lifeto come and participate in the great traditional cultural activities of Africa.
There are so many way you can support to success to make the African Cultural Center (ACC) a very successful community place. The ACC is been run be the generosity of different people or group in our community, we would appreciate to having you aboard as a sponsor or a donor.
We are open for any type of donation, ranging from monetary donation to African authentic musical instruments or equipment, books, cloths etc.
The ACC is looking for volunteers with different skills to help support some of our program:
African dance instructors
Science classes tutors
Music instrument teachers
Marketing and sale professional
Uche Ozoh, the president and founder of Humanitarian Foundation and Doralice Rice are the foundersof African Cultural Center, Doralice (a Cameroonian ) and Uche (a Nigerian) have both passion and vision for building an African cultural center, they both decided to jointly strive their effort together to make it a reality by having an African Cultural Center setup for the local community in Sacramento, California.
The center will serve the community through arts, crafts, textiles, exhibitions, video shows, films, games, and music. A meeting place for community cultural events, promoting cross-cultural events to all residents of the Sacramento and beyond; a source for research on African issues, historyand much more; the Center will maintain a collection of videos, films, games, and authentic African arts, crafts, and fabrics. These items will be available for exhibition upon request.
The African Cultural Center will be a unique treasure created to share with the world the cultures, diversity and spirit of the nations of Africa. In accomplishing this, we will demonstrate and radiate a spirit of love and service which will contribute to the betterment, uplifting and blessing of all who visit this special place.We will draw upon our heritage and traditions to guide us in this work.
In addition to its cultural programs, the African cultural center will also serve individuals and families in the community with social services, language classes, after school programs, tutoring, health and nutrition workshops, dance classes, cooking classes, organizing group travel in Africa and more, and working with other community partners.
For any of your Information please contact the ACC: (916) 897 3411