The Multicultural Council of America was established on September 11, 2001 to help improve relationships and create better understanding amongst Americans of all linguistic, cultural and ethnic heritages.
We are trying to set up local chapters throughout America and offer Festival of the Nation programs, cross-cultural training, language training,etc.
Our health program provides free or subsidized health services, including our unique CALL-THE-DOCTOR program to help those who are unemployed, new immigrants, undocumented residents and others who need help.
We have expanded our charter to include international chapters. The first one has been established in the Caribbean / Latin American country of Dominican Republic. We operate AAA HOSPITAL & HEALTH CENTERS in the Dominican Republic, offering free or subsidized health care to poor Dominicans and Haitians.
We also offer medical supplies to countries around the world through our associated charitable organization.
We are looking for volunteers, with or without experience, within USA and Around the world - to help us establish chapters every where and to help your local communities. We are a non-political and non-religious, membership based organization. Our mission is to HELP women, children and elderly and to help local communities through programs in health, education, cultures and sports.
We are also affiliated with Volunteers in Prosperity - a USAID organization.
Please visit our website at www.multiculturalcouncil.org for more information. If you would like to become a member or get involved - please call us at 248-814-0506 or 248-636-4111. Please send us an email at [email protected]
We welcome donation of your time, talent, cash, food, clothings, books, medicine, etc. A Tax deductible receipt will be provided for a fair-market value of your donation, since we are approved by IRS as a charitable organization.