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Please Feel My Tension We Need Your Help

Upcoming Event

Women Empowerment Class And Orientation

Topic: Employment Orientation Class/Employability and Special Training

Session 1: Safety and Domestic Orientation

-- Date: May 06, 2017

Thanks to those brave mothers and sister who participated as the class was successful.

Session 2: Fist Aid and CPR

-- Date: May 13, 2017 
-- Time: 10am to 2pm.
-- Class location:Iraqi-American Center at 3541 west northern Ave. Phoenix, Arizona 85051.

This class is free to the CCA community members. Please contact our program and project coordinator Dieu Merci at 480-842-2578.

CCA will pay any related cost on behalf of the community members as it is part of our employment program tailored to help the refugee and immigrants family towards their self-sufficiency.

Session 3: Caregiver Classes

Session 4: Interview School and other job readiness Orientation.

Session 5: Job Fair

MenSafetyAnd Domestic ViolenceClasses

Session 1: Men safety class and Domestic Violence.


New Leadership

Newly Elected CCA Leadership

Congratulation to the Newly Elected CCA Leadership. President Elie Mamboleo and Vice President Yves Mutamba

Our Causes

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In Congo

Long live the independence and sovereign Congo!


We shall eradicate all discrimination, whatever its origin, and we shall ensure for everyone a station in life befitting his human dignity and worthy of his labour and his loyalty to the country.
Long live the independence and sovereign Congo!
Patrice Lumumba

- Silence Fundraising

Dear Potential Donor,

We are conducting a series of community activities as an effort for us to fulfill our commitment.

Our main goal is to assist the Congolese refugees and immigrants population rebuilding their life and prepare them for employment by providing tools and resources for them to become more employable as they will contribute to the growth of our state and county and become a great asset once self-sufficient. America was build upon this tools and foundation and the main focus should be to maintain the level of opportunities these folks can have and teach them the principle of life by providing this tools to them. The Congolese Community of Arizona has grown and continued to growth as most of us have children born and being raised in this great nation and perhaps our next president will be from the refugees or immigrant family again. When those refugees resettled in America, they face many challenges from A to Z and are in a great need of support from the American community. Together, we can help them become a great citizen and we can also build a much safer community.

As the community leader with 17 years of experience, it is always a great honor for me to serve the refugee and immigrant community regardless of their origin as the Democratic Republic of Congo has very diverse ethnic groups and many tribes with 344 dialects spoken and five languages. The challenges we face as a community leader is countless but I am proud to continue to be a leader who believes in a Servant Leadership and a Leadership by example as the best way for me to lead. We are conducting our silent fundraising meaning whichever God put in your heart to help us achieves our goal, please feel free to send it our way as we are a tax-exempt organization with a 501(c3) recognized by the Internal Revenue Services. Our goal is to raise a minimum of $12,000.00 for us to be able to sponsor a promote a minimum of 30 women become employable. Our website has our address and PayPal instruction as well.

Thank you and may God bless you.

How you can help

Donate Online

To make a secure online donation, Click the Paypal Logo below on ways to help page.

Donate by check

Please send a check payable to "Congolese Community Of Arizona".
4425 W. Olive ave, suite 144
Glendale, Arizona 85303

Matching Gifts

Some companies have a matching gift program, allowing their employees’ donations to be multiplied. Please contact your human resources department to find out if your company participates.

Donate your car or any household goods

Please contact us here to schedule a donation pick up. Your Donation will assist the newly arrival Congolese refugee and immigrant who are originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo