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MACCA started in 1987 as a non-profit organization focusing on servicing Caribbean people living and working in Markham Ontario.

As more and more people of Afro-Caribbean decent moved into York-Region demand for MACCA's services increased and our services were expanded across the region. We now proudly serve all of York-Region.

Through the development of strong and valued partnerships MACCA has been able to expand our reach, enrich our programs, and meet growing regional needs. We are proud to partner with York Regional Police, York Region District School Board, York Region Catholic School Board, City of Markham, ABLE, ABES, The Alliance and many other valued groups.

With over 20,777 Afro-Caribbean peoples living in York-Region MACCA has had to expand and grow to meet needs and solve new challenges. We recently added an extra C to our name to reflect the Canadian culture that we embrace, and are a part of; with embracing diversity and celebrating inclusion being a core value we are proud of the extra C in our name. We also have charitable status, a General Manager, a nice office, and a responsibility to promote health, peace, and education throughout our region.
505 Hood Road #5
Markham, L3R 5V6
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