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
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’
GivingTuesday is one of the most important donation days of the year! Global Giving, a well-respected, international online portal, is offering matching funds on Giving Tuesday. NAA is a vetted organization on their platform. Quite simply, the more donations we receive, the larger our share of the matching funds. Here is where you go
We are so excited to announce that we are building a paid internship program for NHTI Human Services students. This is made possible because of generous funding from the Arthur Getz Trust and the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation. We will hire two interns per semester; these student will be both bilingual and bi-cultural. They will
Our sister organization, Building Community in New Hampshire (BCNH) is holding a public celebration of a major Hindu holiday on Wednesday, Oct. 18, from 6 – 7:30 pm, on the City Plaza, in front of the State House. Please join us in welcoming the diversity that flows from immigration.
On October 6, Ayi and Cheryl took ten promising students to visit Amherst College. We were able to tour the school and spend an hour with the Dean of Diversity. Amherst has a strong commitment to diversity: They see the benefits that flow from having students who come from a variety of backgrounds. We are confident
Join us on Friday, September 22 in the Student Center at Concord High School (174 Warren St). This is our signature event. It is a chance for us to raise funds that support our youth work. Joining us for this truly fun event is a great way to stand in solidarity with the new American
With generous funding from Dollar General, we are offering an afternoon of fun at Keach Park, on Wednesday’s, from 4 – 5:30. New American youth read out loud to an older student from the host community. After that, they have a chance to play a variety of board games. We provide great snacks as well.
Starting at 6 pm, and continuing through 6 pm on June 7, the whole state comes together to support important causes that contribute to the quality of life in New Hampshire. We need your help to make our campaign a success, and we’ve included a few easy ways that you can support us. Our goal
New American Africans is hosting a soccer party on Saturday, June 10, from 4:00 – 7:00 pm, at Keach Park, off Loudon Rd., in Concord. We’ll have coaches on hand to help divide up teams. This party is more about fun than highly competitive soccer, so please join us whether you are a novice or