The Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association is dedicated to improving the quality of life for Cambodian Americans and other minorities and economically disadvantaged persons in Lowell through educational, cultural, economic and social programs.
Help support our programs at the Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association.
The Theodore Edson Parker Foundation is a proud supporter of the Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association of Greater Lowell. CMAA has played a critical role in providing basic human services, celebrating Cambodian culture, and in community development.
Greater Lowell Health Alliance of the Community Health Network Area 10 is comprised of healthcare providers, business leaders, educators, civic and community leaders with a common goal to help the Greater Lowell community identify and address its health and wellness priorities.
Saturday, August 22 – the White House Initiative for Asian American and Pacific Islander’s Greater Boston Regional Group held a forum in partnership with CMAA to talk about topics including economic development, worker’s rights, health and human services. Thanks to the federal government groups, nonprofit leaders and community members that came for such an informative […]
Friday, July 31 – Thank you to all that volunteered and supported our 2nd evening of fashion fundraiser. With well over 200 guests and 21 models, the evening was full of fun, smiles and cultural Khmer clothing. A special thanks to our community friends for modeling, you made the show absolutely amazing! Please enjoy the […]
Friday, July 24 – Thank you to all the community members for joining us on a momentous march with other countries to kick off the 2015 Lowell Folk Festival. What a great way to start off such a wonderful weekend full of music, food and fun! www.lowellfolkfestival.org