UACO History

UACO was founded in 2001 as a proactive organization that uses creative social and professional programs to positively promote Africans as an integral part of society working towards the development of mankind. UACO is open to all nationalities and races regardless of sex or creed. UACO is organized exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, cultural, and scientific purposes. UACO is a 501 (c)(3) organization.

 

about UACO

The United African Community Organization (UACO) is a global umbrella for various African and Caribbean national groups whose primary purposes are: to promote, strengthen, empower, and unify African and African descendants in the Diaspora; to preserve and promote African culture as a tool of good citizenry, to provide humanitarian assistance to new African immigrants and serve the community in the areas of education, cultural diversity, housing, and youth development; to promote economic empowerment and to bridge the economic and cultural gaps between African and America.

Our mission
  • to promote, strengthen, empower, and unify African and African descendants in the Diaspora;
  • to preserve and promote African culture as a tool of good citizenry,
  • to provide humanitarian assistance to new African immigrants and
  • serve the community in the areas of education, cultural diversity, housing, and youth development;
  • to promote economic empowerment and to bridge the economic and cultural gaps between Africa and America