The African American Community Service Agency has a variety of events coming up in honor of Black History Month.

Wednesday, February 3 - Thursday, February 25 — AACSA Volunteer Opportunities

The African American Community Service Agency is offering fun, COVID safe, volunteer opportunities these upcoming months starting Wednesday, January 3rd through Thursday, February 25th! They welcome families, student groups/organizations, corporate volunteers, and individuals. Sign up at  or contact the AACSA Office Staff at 408-292-3157 or for more info!

Friday, February 5th and Friday, February 19th — AACSA Cares

Volunteer at the African American Community Service Agency (304 N 6th St San Jose, CA 95112) for their bi-weekly Cares program by helping unload and sort food. They have shifts available on Friday, February 5th from 9:00 -10:30 am and Friday, February 19th from 10:00am -12:30pm and 11:30am - 3:30pm. Sign up at

Sunday, February 14th — Senior Citizen's Virtual Valentine’s House Party

Join the African American Community Service Agency for a Senior Citizen’s Virtual Valentine’s House Party on Sunday, February 14th - from 6:00 - 7:30pm on Zoom! The evening will include a virtual DJ from the comfort of your home, COVID-19 information, fun, and educational information about physical, spiritual, and mental health will also be provided. Register at

Monday, February 22nd — Creating Black Generational Wealth

Join the African American Community Service Agency in partnership with 100 Black Men of Silicon Valley for their Creating Black Generational Wealth event on Monday, February 22nd from 6:00-8:00pm on Zoom! More information coming soon!

Donate to the AACSA —

Help the African American Community Service Agency continue to provide outstanding programing and assistance to the Santa Clara County community. General donations are used at the discretion of the AACSA to support various programs, resources and services for the community. AACSA CARES empowers the community by providing Emergency Food Baskets/Bags, toiletries, hygiene kits, feminine hygiene products, diapers, baby wipes, formula, activity kits, information and resources to keep everyone safe and well-informed. Currently serving those impacted by COVID-19 in Santa Clara County. Check out their "COVID-19 Black: Serving Our Communities Needs" video here:

Be sure to head over to their website and follow them on social media to stay up to date with all the programs and events they have going on.






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