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Feeding Residents of Men’s Shelter of Charlotte: A way to give back to the community

We the former Bhutanese refugees resettled here are so thankful that we were welcomed to Charlotte with open arms and had the privilege to call the Queen city our home. This Thanksgiving Day, we are collaborating with the Men’s Shelter of Charlotte to serve lunch to those members of this community who cannot afford. We …

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General Health Awareness Program

Come and attend a General Health Awareness Program for Charlotte Bhutanese-Nepali community members being given by a Nepali doctor from Carolinas Medical Center on Saturday, August-18-2018. Time: 1:00 pm-3:00 pm. Venue: Galilee Center, 3601 Central Avenue, Charlotte, NC, 28205. Refreshment will be provided.

Welcome to our Site

MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Welcome to our website. As much as I feel honored to serve the Bhutanese community in Charlotte through this organization, I am personally also privileged to be part of the mainstream American society. Bhutanese community in the Queen city is a vibrant community. We are new, yet a growing community. …

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History of BCAC

Who We Are? Bhutanese Community Association of Charlotte (BCAC) is a locally formed not-for-profit community organization under the incorporated in the state of North Carolina in 2013. BCAC is comprised of little over 3500 residents spread in 6 different apartment complexes and even more neighborhood locations in Mecklenburg County. resettled here directly under the US …

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