The African Caribbean Leadership Company (ACLC) is a registered charity and limited company that is totally committed to serving the interests and needs of the African Caribbean community in Haringey and its surrounding areas. The organisation was founded in June 1975 and originally operated under the name of African Caribbean Leadership Council.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
ACLC aims and objectives are to provide support services to enhance the lives of its target community in the areas of; Education, Social welfare, Health, Young people’s activities, Elderly Day Care, Women’s wellbeing, as well as Social and Cultural activities. These activities take place in the iconic African Caribbean Cultural Centre (also known as the West Indian Cultural Centre) which is operated by ACLC. The Cultural Centre was established in 1987, by visionary community leaders of the Windrush Generation, and is located at 9 Clarendon Road, in Hornsey, Haringey.
ACLC is here to respond to the needs and aspirations of the community, as well as to ensure that set goals and objectives of partners, and key stakeholders, and those who have invested their trust in the organisation are achieved.
ACLC is always open to new ideas and suggestions from members of the community who want to make a difference, and individuals who wish to make a valuable contribution to the aims and objectives of the organisation.