Meet Our Team

  • Steel Pan Workshop
  • National Caribbean American Heritage Month Phoenix June 5th
  • Holiday Food Drive Glendale
  • Holiday Toy Drive Phoenix

hope

for CLEAN WATER

Clottee Hammons

Director or Outreach & Cultural Programming

Our Mission

LIve

the CULTURE

Marlen Adams

Director of Marketing

REACH OUT

 and make a difference

OUR VISION

Why WAIT UNTIL YOU GET TO COLLEGE
TO BELONG TO A BLACK STUDENT UNION

… when you need it NOW?

Accepting African American, African and all other Ethno-African (Caribbean, South American, Mexican and Asian) Students  that attend High School within the Greater Phoenix Metropolitan Area,

SOLIDARITY BEGINS AT HOME.

​Details at Fine Arts*
 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Arizona Caribbean Cultural Association, is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that has devoted energy, ingenuity and resources toward: 

advocating for the hungry, clean water, education and culture for under-represented members of our global family.                      Find out how you can contribute.


CLICK HERE TO VOLUNTEER

- To integrate Caribbean cultures within our communities.

- To foster excellence through financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and advocacy.

- To serve as a resource within the world community to provide all of the assistance within our means.

Hope in Action

Empowering Caribbean people through culture, civics and fiscal awareness with class and consciousness. Our clear vision is for a thriving, productive, well-integrated Caribbean community in Arizona and throughout the United States.

  • Humanitarian Needs
  • My Brothers Keeper in Phoenix
  • Annual Fundraising Gala
  • Clean Water
  • All Ah Wee Caribbean Cultural Festival

 NEW CITYWIDE BLACK STUDENT UNION FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS!!!

help

those in need

Arizona Caribbean

Cultural Association

©

Jacob Meltzer

Director of Youth/Clean Water Program