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    The Coordination Council of Chinese-American Associations (CCCAA) was established in May 2002 as a non-profit organization in Maryland. In 2003, it became a tax-exempt organization under Internal Revenue Service Code 501C (3). The primary purpose of the CCCAA is to unite Chinese-Americans of all walks of life and to assist them in becoming more successful in American society.

    As an “umbrella” organization, the CCCAA currently has thirty-six member associations with a total of several thousand individual members. This makes the CCCAA one of the largest Chinese-American organizations in the greater Washington area. Generally, the individual members of each association within the CCCAA are bonded together by their common heritage — they (or their ancestors) originally came from the same province or major city in China and speak the same dialect. While the CCCAA does not have any direct control over the internal affairs of the member associations, it functions as the focal point that promotes the unity of these associations to achieve our common goal. More importantly, the CCCAA serves as the primary voice for its member associations on a wide range of community issues.

    The objectives of the CCCAA are to promote Chinese-American culture and heritage, to assist and advance the integration of Chinese-Americans into the American mainstream, to promote and advance the general well-being of Chinese-Americans, to provide cultural education and social assistance to the Chinese-American community, and to actively contribute to the American society. To achieve these objectives, the CCCAA organizes, sponsors, and coordinates a number of appropriate social, cultural and educational events. Examples of the events that are organized, sponsored, or coordinated by the CCCAA include but are not limited to, the following: voter registration, leadership and communication skills training, language education, charity contribution campaigns, community service projects, Luan New Year Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival, the annual Chinese Culture Festival, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month activities, and working with other Asian American communities on a number of important initiatives including the Lunar New Year Recognition Campaign and other public policy issues.

    We hope that, through these activities, the CCCAA will be able to help bridge the cultural gap between East and West, to further promote understanding among people with different cultural backgrounds, to outreach to other communities, and to facilitate the integration of Chinese-American culture into the American cultural mainstream. We would be more than happy to work with you on a wide range of social, cultural, and community initiatives and projects that would bring people together and benefit the American society. We welcome your ideas and suggestions. Your input and support will help us improve and grow. Let’s forward together!


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