ACC is the largest, most prominent, and most consequential Cameroonian community association in the US state of Colorado. The organization has distinguished itself as the premiere place for Africans, and Americans, of Cameroonian heritage in the Denver metro area.
ACC community gatherings, held every four months, allow members to get together, discuss and sort out the community's affairs over food and drinks. Most community gatherings are held on Saturdays unless otherwise stated in the community calendar.
Executive meetings, for those in leadership, bring the association’s leaders together ahead of the association’s quarterly gathering. Executive meetings are an opportunity for leaders to not only plan but a way to address association matters.
The summit picnic is a time for everyone to come out during the summer season in Colorado and enjoy the environment, play games, and meet new people, all the while enjoying food provided by the association or its friends and partners.
ACC elections are an opportunity to help build a strong and dynamic community we all can be proud of. Elections are held every 2 years. We take this opportunity to offer our thanks to all of the incoming and outgoing officers, especially the ones who have served us well, for keeping our community viable.
The constitution is the associations’s main guiding document for its members. The ACC constitution and bylaws spells out its mission, vision, goal and objectives. Visit the members section to learn more.
The association bylaws lay out ACC’s day to day rules of engagement for meetings, the present, and future plans. Visit the members section to learn more.
Minutes and Agendas of meetings help us stay up to date with what is taking place in the life of our association. You can access these documents through the members-only portal.
Elections are an opportunity to help build a strong and dynamic community we all can be proud of. Visit the activities section to learn more.
Clinical Trust Solutions, a Colorado-based community benefit organization described ACC as the most “well-managed African community association in Colorado.”
ACC operates an estimated annual budget of $25,000, with most of our income coming from small donations and membership registration fees. In-kind contributions, including supplies, and donations of time, keep the organization running. Help us meet our goal by donating. Thank you!
The benefits of being a member of our association are enormous. However, membership in ACC is a voluntary act and comes through the payment of an annual registration fee and membership dues. When you join ACC you’ll gain certain benefits, including the rights to social and financial support that membership offers. This includes cash awards, group insurance, visits from the association during sickness, and more. Our members form parts of the US educational, technology, business, and non-profit community that is improving the lives of the community.