Elevating the voices of the community.
MCAC was formed in 2020 to elevate the voices of community members in the city of Manchester and to identify community-driven solutions. MCAC works to support communities of color to experience stronger family ties, where children are encouraged to achieve/succeed, and families of color have equal social and economic opportunities.
The MCAC vaccine hesitancy campaign seeks to provide honest and accurate information to encourage historically marginalized communities in Manchester to make an empowered choice to get vaccinated.
The MCAC Community Tutoring Program offers free academic support to K-12 students and their families from BIPOC, Immigrant, Disability, and other historically marginalized communities in Manchester.
Our youth program is a wonderful opportunity for BIPOC teens and young adults to gather and share life experiences together.
We are a shared space
for effective collaboration, networking, and collective support.
This allows us to learn, develop and co-create racial, ethnic, and social justice solutions for our communities.
Your gift allows us to empower and develop the future of the BIPOC community together.
We're committed to advocating, researching, referring, and taking action on community issues.