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AACAA, Inc., New Milford, Connecticut

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Web:
Address: PO Box 1571
New Milford, Connecticut  06776  
United States
Fax: 860-354-0551
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 20
Number of People Being Served: 20
EIN: 06-1456107
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Mission Statement


Our mission as an Arts Organization is to provide cultural arts enrichment and awareness to communities throughout the country through the use of education, visual arts, performing arts, conferences, workshops, cultural tours and special events.

Description


AACAA, Inc provides cultural arts enrichment and awareness with an education-through-arts initiative including, workshops, visual arts and performing arts events; conferences, Kwanzaa and an Underground Railroad Walking Tour . The hours are Monday - Thursday from 10AM - 4PM ET (except during special events). Our audience and participants are from a diverse population including youth, adults and seniors. AACAA, Inc a 501 (3) C non-profit was established in 1996 and incorporated in 1997. Founded by family members to provide an African Exchange Program where youth and youth leaders from the U.S. will spend a month in Ghana, West Africa performing and participating in collaborative educational cultural and historical activities. All coordination and implementation of events are volunteer driven.

AACAA, Inc provides cultural arts enrichment and awareness with an education-through-arts initiative including, workshops, visual arts and performing arts events; conferences, Kwanzaa and an Underground Railroad Walking Tour . The hours are Monday - Thursday from 10AM - 4PM ET (except during special events). Our audience and participants are from a diverse population including youth, adults and seniors. AACAA, Inc a 501 (3) C non-profit was established in 1996 and incorporated in 1997. Founded by family members to provide an African Exchange Program where youth and youth leaders from the U.S. will spend a month in Ghana, West Africa performing and participating in collaborative educational cultural and historical activities. All coordination and implementation of events are volunteer driven.

Mission Statement: Our mission as an Arts Organization is to provide cultural arts enrichment and awareness to communities throughout the country through the use of education, visual arts, performing arts, conferences, workshops, cultural tours and special events.

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Program Type:


Other Program

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No