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News about the Congo Cultural & Community Center (CCCC) of Washington Metropolitan


Big announcement today!


The Congolese community's fundraising efforts are well started with our members pledges and the CCWM will now proceed to launch the long awaited CCCC Gofundme Campaign to raise the funds necessary to purchase the land on which we will build our CCWM building, the Congo Cultural & Community Center, also known as the "Congo House".



LAUNCH of CCCC Fundraiser 2021 CCWM LETTER La Maison Congolaise 14 juillet 2021
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In my quality of the elected President of the Congolese Community of Washington Metropolitan, I'm very proud to be part of this great moment in the history of CCWM and the Congolese diaspora at large.


The organization will need the help of all CCWM members to promote this campaign to reach out to the world as the goal is set to $250,000 per recommendation of the Congo House Commission who works on this amazing project.


Each and everyone of us who believe in the CCWM's Founders dream, are needed to promote this project so, please join the board of directors, the executive committee and all departments coordinators & staff, in this journey to reach the 1st milestone of $10,000 before December 2021.


The CCCC Fundraising Campaign Phase 1 (250K) combines the following easy payment methods :


GoFundMe.

Financing plan.

Donations.

Pledges.

PayPal.

Cash App.

Zelle.

Bank transfers.

Bank direct deposits.

Dial toll-free 1-800-404-4238 for more information.



Hopefully we will have collected the full amount in the fastest delay, but here's the milestones we intend to strive for :


Goal 1

$10,000 before Dec. 31

(Important Milestone to create awareness and appeal to the general public)


Goal 2

$100,000 Spring 2022


Goal 3

$150,000 Summer 2022


Goal 4

$250,000 Fall 2022.



The Congo House Commission is proactively looking for a list of options as far as the land acquisition.


In collaboration with the CCWM Communication & Marketing Department, the Congo House Commission will begin a media tour this summer to expose our community project to a broader audience via newspapers & magazines, tv & radio stations, and various online medias.


On our way to reach our objective, we can count on more solid partners to join the journey, since I believe, all Congolese of the world wish to see this dream come true.


Sincerely,



Claude Kamana

CCWM President





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