Due to covid-19, our office is temporarily closed. For immediate assistance please email us, and for resources, please use this link to access our program resources and this link for covid-19 resources. Thank you.

Ivory

Represents the need to cherish and preserve our culture and to hold in high esteem our heritage won for us.

Peacock

Represents pride, vision and self-respect. We are proud of our culture, and we pride ourselves in treating all people with dignity in our community.

Zebra

Represents the intercultural connections of our shared community.
 

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Summer School Graduation
First Walk-a-Thon is a Success!
Lowell for Houston
Building Connections
Field Trip
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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
 

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The African Community Center of Lowell will promote responsible citizenship by improving the quality of life and supporting the achievement of African immigrants and refugees in Greater Lowell through educational, social, and cultural initiatives

Core Values
                           

                             Community Involvement

                             Advocacy

                             Educational Growth

                             Cultural Heritage 

ACCl Book page displays school visits and Thank You notes from the students and teachers. Please use this link to read more about it. To read about the Telecommunity meeting with Congresswoman, Lori Trahan, please click this link.

ACCL NEWS

Stay Tuned for ACCL 4TH ANNIVERSARY UPDATES!!!

September 2, 2020

Stay safe and well from ACCL Team.

ACCL Summer Program Newsletter

August 13, 2020

ACCL Covid-19 Testing

July 24, 2020

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"Join The African Community Center of Lowell to instill hope to the hopeless."

-Gordon Halm, ACCL Director 

EIN: 84-2740360

ghalm@commteam.org

(978)-654-5678

155 Merrimack Street

Lowell, MA 01852

Third Floor

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First Walk-a-Thon is a Success!

Gordon Halm and members of the community participate in the ACCL's first walk-a-thon. See photo gallery for more picture from the event

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