Thanks to several indispensable community partners like Walgreens, the Inner City Health Center, Quest Diagnostics, and UCHealth, we were able to provide free flu vaccines to 95 people, and blood screenings to another 86 people who might not otherwise have access to such services, as well as immunizations and consultations.
When the African Leadership Group held a resource fair October 27 at its Aurora headquarters, it had serving people like Nourou in mind. Thanks to generous donations from individuals and businesses, the resource fair provided 300 recent arrivals with clothing, food and other staples to help them prepare for their new life here, and for the looming winter.
Leadership Africa is “a life-changing experience that helps you recognize where you're missing the awareness that you need to add more tools to be able to grow as an individual, as well to be able to add to your relationships, whether personal or business.”
High school seniors with good grades should not miss this opportunity: The Daniels Fund Scholarship Program is accepting applications through October 15.
No one connected with ALG will soon forget this year’s Afrik Impact. Find links to all event photos in this story.
In his extensive travels around the U.S., Senegal's Consul General, Elhadji Ndao said, he has come to realize that ALG is unique. “There is no other organization anywhere that does what Papa and the ALG team is doing really well,” he said.
The theme of this year's Afrik Impact celebration is Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges. To put that slogan into meaningful action, the African Leadership Group identified members of several communities – Jewish, Native Indian,...
Editor's note" This article was written by Vivian Mensah. Vivian is the cofounder of Diversifying Our Communities (DOC), a nonprofit organization that provides personalized educational services, life skills training, and empowerment coaching to individuals and...
The tuition-free, public charter school Mountain Juniper Montessori operates under the micro-school model. This means that instead of having a single large campus, it is the first of several Wildflower schools that will be strategically located throughout the Aurora community.