Cameroonians Of Lowell Association Inc - Camola
Lowell, Ma | USA

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Bike-A-Thon 2014

Participation in this year's Greater Lowell Community Foundation annual bike-a-thon (River Ride) was 'greater' than previous years. Camola participated to raise funds for its scholarship fund and was well representate by its super riders Bike riders Mr. Vighoti and Mr. Nkimbeng. Camola Members and wellwisshers came out on droves to chear them on. If you missed it this year, plan to be there next year. You will will be glad you attended! Read more here... and See more here....


Please donate to this cause by mailing donation check to:

CAMOLA, P.O. Box 1183, Lowell, MA 01853 with Memo showing: Village School Project.

Camola village school project

This year, we are embarking on a rather ambitious project. We are seeking to provide much needed school supplies to 15 member-identified schools in Cameroon. These school supplies include composition writing books, pencils, pens, rulers and erasers. For this project, which we would like to undertake annually, we have estimated a Project cost of about USD twelve thousand five hundred dollars ($12,500.00). Within our group we have each donated money to kick-start this project and to date have raised .... please click here for more info...


Please donate to this cause by mailing donation check to:

CAMOLA, P.O. Box 1183, Lowell, MA 01853 with Memo showing: Village School Project.

Camola lunches it's Scholarship fund! See details bellow!

CAMOLA is a non-profit organization, dedicated to a partnership with the City of Lowell to bridge the cultural gap and build a strong Cameroonian/African community; as well as give back/improve the basic welfare of the less fortunate in rural Cameroon. CAMOLA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Any donations you make towards one of our causes, which are greatly appreciated, are tax deductible and go to help many.

CAMOLA's Mission

CAMOLA's primary Goal is to bring together all the peoples in the City of Lowell affiliated to Cameroon, and share the cultural heritage with the rest of the Citizens of Lowell. Specifically, CAMOLA's Purpose as an Association in the Greater Lowell area, are as follows:

  • Mobilize Cameroonians/ Africans as whole in the Greater Lowell area to be active in the City's sociocultural and economic development.
  • To partner with the City of Lowell and through various outreach activities help to foster the City's reputation as the cultural melting pot of America.
  • read more on our mission
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Scholarship Fund Established to Support First Generation Cameroonian Youth

Over twenty years ago, the Cameroonians of Lowell Association (CAMOLA) was started with the hopes of bringing together all Lowell residents of Cameroonian descent to share their cultural heritage through engagement in cultural, economic, and community plans. Over the past two decades, this motivated group has been able to support community improvement efforts in Lowell and Cameroon: CAMOLA has supported the Merrimack Valley Food Bank's annual food drive, as well as an orphanage in Africa.Camola picture at lowell city hall Recently, CAMOLA established its first scholarship fund to support Cameroonian-American Lowell High School graduates in pursuing a higher education. Students must demonstrate a commitment to high academic standards, community service, and volunteerism. This is one of many LHS scholarships honoring cultural heritage that is administered by the Greater Lowell Community Foundation. CAMOLA fundraised for nearly 3 years to create a scholarship fund that could support future generations of students with a Cameroonian or other sub-Saharan African background. To grow the fund, CAMOLA rode in the GLCF's River Ride Bike-a-Thon on September 27th. Learn more about GLCF scholarship funds

Lowell City Hall

Lowell City Hall Building

Where it all began

CAMOLA was born more than 20 years ago (1992) in the city of Lowell Massachusetts.

The City of Lowell is the fourth largest city in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Its strategic location at the intersections of Routes 495, 93 and 3, provides excellent access to all points of interest in Massachusetts as well as New Hampshire and Maine. Commuter rail also provides an easy 40-minute ride to Boston's North Station.

Lowell's National Park is known as one of the greatest ... learn more about the city of Lowell

CAMOLA's Community Outreach activities and achievements

CAMOLA is almost twenty years today and counting, thanks to the dedication of its founding members and friends. CAMOLA celebrated its tenth (10th) anniversary in grand style in 2002, with a massive turn out of the communities in and around Massachusetts; and the event was graced by the presence of His Royal Highness Fon Angwafo II of the Mankon Tribe of Cameroon. read more on our Community activities and achievements

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