New American Africans is an immigrant-led, non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization serving African immigrant and refugee families in Concord, New Hampshire.

We work to strengthen our community, celebrate our diversity, and excel, together. 

New American Africans (NAA) was formed in 2004 to support newly arriving African immigrants and refugees in their journey of integration and adaptation to a new life in New Hampshire. NAA creates opportunities for immigrants and refugees in New Hampshire to be empowered to take care of ourselves and our families, to be productive and participating members of society, and reach our fullest potential to belong and contribute to the New Hampshire community. This work requires a thoughtful and multi-faceted approach, with a network of staff and volunteers coordinating key programs and services. To meet the demand, we are working to expand our capacity to provide the support, education and advocacy necessary to ensure a wholesome integration of newcomers into our community.

Make a Donation!

Please consider supporting New American Africans with a tax deductible donation.

We would like to thank the following for their generous trust or corporate support:

Alvin B. Cross Trust
Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream
Benjamin Couch Trust
Bloomin’time Flowers
City of Concord
Dollar General’s Summer Literacy Grant
Eastern Bank
The Duprey Companies
The Haymarket Fund
Lincoln Financial Foundation
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
New Hampshire State Council on the Arts
Oleonda Jameson Trust
Rolfe and Rumford Charitable Trust
The Rotary Club of Concord
TB Bank North

RESOURCES

Volunteer

Volunteering is a rewarding way to support the mission of New American Africans, and to provide help to children and families who live in Concord, NH. There are many ways in which you can offer your service

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    Thank you, Alvin B. Cross

     New American Africans received a very generous gift from the Alvin B. Cross Trust.  This support for our youth program will ensure that our youth coordinator, Ayi, can continue to offer academic support for newcomers in Concord’s middle and high school.  He will remain a vital link with our dance class.  Come summer, he will...
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    Beginner Farmer Training

    The Organization for Refugee and Immigrant Success is offering beginner farmer training for new Americans in Concord.  Twelve new Americans will be able to grow food on up to a half-acre of land on the edge of the St. Paul’s campus. Additionally, they will have a chance to sell to restaurants and at special farmers’...

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