February 3, 2016

Charles W. Gilchrist Center for Cultural Diversity FY 2015 Annual Report


The Charles W. Gilchrist Center for Cultural Diversity FY 2015 annual report shows the Center had served over 21,000 residents last year. The report highlights the key programs such as the information and referral, English as a second language classes, workforce development, civic engagement academies, computer literacy and citizenship classes, and pro bono legal assistance.

The Gilchrist Center opened its doors in September 2001 and serves as the County’s welcome center giving the County’s diverse population a connection to volunteer opportunities, civic engagement, cross cultural activities, economic empowerment and information about public and private services. The center provides these services through partnerships with other organizations and the use of skilled volunteers. 

Read the Annual Report (pdf).

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