About 24 years ago, a young mother fled her southern Sudanese village during a raid by local rebels. She fled one direction, while her mother, sister, and 6 year-old daughter fled in another direction. Not even knowing if the other had lived, they were never reunited - until now! Learn about Amira's amazing story on 9News at 10pm on Tuesday, March 11.
CAO could use help from men and women just like you! Regardless of whether you can volunteer once or many times, your time can make an enormous difference in the life of an African immigrant or refugee.
All African immigrants and refugees in Colorado are qualified to join CAO, free of charge, either as individuals or as members of their associations/organizations.
Colorado African Organization’s programs are designed to help Colorado’s African people find long-term and lasting success.
The Colorado African Organization is a nonprofit founded by Africans to help other Africans make the transition to life in this beautiful state. Having experienced firsthand how difficult it was to uproot their entire lives and adapt to a different country, culture, and language, the first members of CAO set out to create an organization that wouldn’t just help others to resettle, but thrive in their new lives as Coloradans.