About Kennya Community in Colorado (KCC)
Kennya Community in Colorado, KCC Kennya Community in Colorado (KCC) Kenyan Community in Colorado (KCC) is a membership based nonprofit community development organization, formed in Denver, to serve the needs of its paid members who are Colorado residents of Kenyan origin. Here, you will find information about some of the activities and a wealthy of information that is specifically tailored to help our members deal with some of the pressing issues faced by most immigrants in the United States of America. KCC is a diverse group and a need has been identified to establish a network that will collaborate with some of the already established persuasions in the community. Whereas we respect the sanctity of tribes and affiliations, the existing structures in the community have fallen short of emerging as an all-encompassing outfit. KCC is an opportunity to establish partnerships among affiliated and non-affiliated Kenyans. From the head of a Kenyan family in Colorado, working spouse, to the Kenyan child born and raised in the United States without the benefit of tribal identity, the high school graduate trying to identify a career path, the dependent relative who cannot work because of the US immigration bureaucracy, KCC has one message for you, we have the same heritage, Kenya! We at KCC are indeed thrilled with the prospect of fulfilling our mission in service of our community, through our work with our members, partners, and other stakeholders. On many occasions, KCC organizes events that bring together Kenyans and friends of Kenyans in Colorado as well as other African community members for information and knowledge exchange. Just as important, KCC routinely connects to members of the community at large via its discussion forums and social networks like Facebook, and transmit through information and materials that may be of assistance to the community at large. This includes bulletins on job opportunities, noteworthy developments in Colorado and Kenya and occasionally, free goods the community could use, such us free tickets to sports or entertainment events.
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