Disaster relief for the DRC
CONNECTING TO GOD AND ONE ANOTHER
We welcome you to the Pan African Collective. "The Collective" also commonly called "The PAC" was established through faith based organizations to heighten, discuss and engage in the awareness of issues affecting the continent of Africa. Initiated within the Washington Metropolitan area where the growing African and Caribbean Diaspora community is exploding; the PAC seeks to foster a better understanding among African-Americans, Africa and the Diaspora in order to initiate a positive outcome and change.
The Pan African Collective supports several programs throughout the continent of Africa.
There are many opportunities to engage with the Pan African Collective.
The mission of the collective is to build bridges of understanding and forge diverse partneships to promote development in Africa and the African Diaspora to foster economic empowerment and social development.
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The Pan African Collective is pleased to Market these exquisite, handmade bags from Rwanda. 100% of the proceeds will go to the Weaver Primary School in Goma.
The Pan African Collective (PAC) has recently established the Dorothy Claytor Memorial Education Fund. The Claytor family requests that you make donations to this fund in honor of Dorothy Morgan Claytor, long time member of Greater Mount Nebo AME Church, where the PAC President, Reverend Dr. Jonathan Weaver, serves as the Pastor.
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A MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE OF RWANDA
From Rev. Dr. Jonathan L. Weaver
Founder & president of the Pan African Collective
PAN AFRICAN COLLECTIVE
To the people of Rwanda around the world: on behalf of the PAN AFRICAN COLLECTIVE Board of Directors and members in The United States, we extend our condolences to you during this period of commemoration of the 1994 Genocide. We pray that God will strengthen and comfort you at this time and that the spirit of reconciliation, healing and unity will continue to be manifested in the hearts and minds of the Rwandan people. Finally, we look forward to building stronger bridges of friendship and cooperation between the members of the PAN AFRICAN COLLETIVE in the United States and the Rwandan community around the globe. It has been our joy to connect and collaborate with Rwandan citizens and local humanitarian organizations since 2010. We believe that for you, our Rwandan sisters and brothers, your future is bright and that the best is yet to come.