Longtime Supporters and Sponsors
- Walmart Foundation
- Wells Fargo
- Bethel Seminary
- Union Bank
- Jacob’s Center for Innovation
- Plumbers and Pipefitter Local – 230
- International Brotherhood of Electrical Worker – 569
- Be There San Diego
The United African American Ministerial Action Council (UAAMAC) is committed to the construction of a Beloved Community of justice, equitable access to opportunities in the pursuit of happiness, education, health, family stability, economic development, peace and prosperity for all people. To this endeavor we invite participation of all people of good will and their resources to work collectively in making The Beloved Community.
We strive for the relief of the poor, and work toward systemic change, economic strength and political power, to educate people about the conditions, causes and eradication of poverty, to educate our children to be academically competent and socially and morally responsible. We are engaged in challenge and struggle to create institutional change that will lead to the empowerment of poor people, while assisting them in organizational and leadership development.
To accomplish this mission we will:
- Develop policy initiatives and promote awareness of crucial African American issues;
- Foster unity within congregations that lead to collective community projects;
- Enhance the capacity of fledgling, underappreciated and underserved programs serving the interests of the African American community
- Implement direct service projects that address specific unmet community needs.