Established June 14, 2006, activities of the Afro-American Heritage Center (AAHC) are ‘Raising the Value of History & Culture’ by promoting educational programs based on American History from the Afro-American perspective.
The Afro-American Heritage Center is an Illinois not-for-profit organization and 501 (c) (3) community-based organization operating with an executive board of three. The AAHC is a non-political organization.
There is always an expense to the programs offered (i.e. possible venue expense, film rentals, honorariums) and depending on the contractual agreement with the various filmmakers or studios, charging even a modest fee is not an option without additional percentages paid.
When appropriate, the organization solicits at-will donations but usually the cost of the event is covered by its current executive board members. Please see Support Our Programs below on how you can donate.
Due to funding, the organization has no facility open to the public. All programming is held in various location throughout the Quad Cities area such as the public libraries and schools.
Are you available? The purpose of the Program Planning Committee is to work with the Board of Directors in developing educational programs based on the mission of the organization.
Volunteers must be 18-years of age or older, live in the Quad Cities area and may be subjected to a background check. You may also visit our site on VolunteerMatch.com
Committee members serve at the pleasure of the Executive board and may serve a period of one year or less. Please use the Contact Us information below for more information or questions.
Afro-American Heritage Center
1611 12th Avenue
Rock Island, Illinois 61201
Phone: (309) 786-8283
M-F 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.