Kenyan-Cincinnati Association (KCA) is an organization whose objective is to facilitate social and cultural integration for Kenyans in the Tri-State metro area and promote the rich Kenyan heritage to the American people.
The Federation of Liberian Associations in Ohio – FOLAO is a not-for-profit organization 501(C)3), based in Ohio. It is comprised of Liberian community organizations within the State of Ohio. Currently it has 5 active local chapters based in the following Cities of Ohio: Columbus, Toledo, Cleveland, Cincinnati and Dayton.
FOLAO is registered with the State of Ohio and serve as the umbrella organization of all Liberian associations in the State of Ohio. It has been existed for over 30 years and have continued to impact the socio-economic welfare of our membership, as well as Liberians back home. To provide an epitome of FOLAO’s activities within the State of Ohio, the organization was very instrumental in creating a Sister-City Relationship between the City of Monrovia, Republic of Liberia and the City of Dayton, Ohio. As one of the Local Chapters of the Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas – ULAA, FOLAO has remained a vibrant organization that tends to not only seek the welfare of its membership, but shows its willingness to collaborate with any group that pursues to promote the well-being of society.
The LAACC advocates and promotes the economic growth and development of African American owned businesses by focusing on business opportunities, alliances and legislative advocacy.
The Association of Ivorians in Cincinnati (AI.C.), aims to strengthen the relations of friendship, fraternity, and solidarity between Ivorians living in Cincinnati.
APNET’s mission is to provide a forum that unites professionals of African origin and their allies to promote and facilitate charitable and educational initiatives among members and the larger communities they belong to. Membership of APNET is open to the general public.
Here at Greater Cincinnati African American Heart Assoc.,
To increase knowledge, and awareness of the early signs of heart disease, and to promote good health practices.
To see individuals making healthier choices and decisions that will help them to achieve a healthier quality of life.
We believe good health is the primary factor in living a good quality of life.
We strive to increase awareness, education, and community support, giving special attention to the needs of those at a greater risk of poor health, based on social and economic disparities.
We believe that knowledge, and awareness is key in helping individuals to make better health choices for them and their families. We are guided by ethical principles in our business affairs and strive for excellence in all the work we do.
GCAAHA is a 501c3 charitable organization and contributions are tax deductible. We are happy to provide an acknowledgement for tax purposes upon request.