Our Vision Our Mission Who We Are London, Canada Visit our office General meetings
A unified, inclusive and empowered African-Canadian community in London and area.
To unite African-Canadian individuals and organizations through collaborative efforts that promotes inclusion, integration and engagement in London and area; and to promote our individual, group and community welfare regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation or gender.
ACFOLA is an umbrella organization of African Canadian associations and individuals. We encourage our members to participate and be included in economic, social and cultural development in the community.
ACFOLA members are residents of London and London area. The city of London is known as the Forest City.
Our primary business office is located on the 2nd floor of the Pathways Skills Development Campus at 239 Clarence Street. Please visit our office and attend our meetings and events at various locations across the city.
At ACFOLA general meetings, our members collectively decide our programs and policies democratically. At these meetings, we also recognize the special contributions of our volunteers to our success. General meetings are open to members and the public.
ACFOLA IN THE MEDIA
As an organization that serves the community and the city, our programs and activities are public and are reported through the media - both social and traditional. You can learn more about these by following the link below.
CULTURE AND DIVERSITY
With over 52 countries, Africa is one of the most diverse continents of the world. At ACFOLA, we want to display the various cultures that stems from the African continent to boost Canada's multicultural values. We achieve this through a number of ways.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Our programs and projects include targeted efforts at promoting the economic well-being of our community members in London and area. We encourage entrepreneurship through cooperative ventures and skills enhancement.
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT
We develop programs aimed at helping young African Canadians from 15 to 30 years make informed choices as they navigate through life and career. Our youth development programs include an Empowerment Series and the Youth Mentorship Program.

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