One Family, One Community


One Gambia, One People

our diversity is our strength

Community Service & Engagement

empowering each other

Our ethos

Our Mission Statement 

The Mission of the organization is to coordinate a united Gambian community in Minnesota through the organization of promotional interventions that inspire, influence, and register success in social, economic, and academic excellence.

Our projects

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Our ethos

Our Aims & Objectives


Strive to establish a friendly and cohesive relationship among the Gambian community in Minnesota.


Continually aim at uniting all Gambians and provide a practical means to identify and address our members’ concerns as specified in the Associations constitution.


Promote culture through among other things, celebration of Gambian and American nationhood

Our COVID-19 Response

Our Minnesota Community

Care packages for Gambian single parents, families with 5 or more kids, elderly above 65 and individuals that lost their jobs.

Underprivileged Households - The Gambia

Underprivileged households in the Lower of the Gambia, where there was tremendous need.

Vulnerable Women's Group - The Gambia

A vulnerable women’s group in the Lower River Region of the Gambia. This is a marginalized group that are often forgotten.

Families & indiviiduals in minnesota received care package

households in LOWER RIVER region of the gambia

packages to a vulnerable women group

WELCOME TO minnesota

Are you NEW to our Community?

Welcome to the Gambian Community here in the  Minnesota. We are glad to have you on board. Please consider registering to be informed of our activities.

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A Note from the Outgoing President – Karim Dibba

The Gambian Association in Minnesota was established to help facilitate a sense of community by bringing Gambians together to promote cordial relationships, address issues impacting our community and provide resources for community empowerment. The Association’s history dates back to the late...

The Gambian Association in Minnesota – COVID-19 Response

The global COVID-19 pandemic, caused by the lethal Coronavirus, has tested the resiliency and exposed the vulnerability of communities and nations. From the United States to The Gambia, many individuals and families needed help during this health crisis to strengthen their resourceful and adaptive...

Gambians in Minnesota Celebrate the Gambia’s 52nd Independence Anniversary in grand Minnesota style.

From Left: First Lady Chaku Ebrima Touray, President Mohammed Fatty and Vice President Yasin Bah Gambians in Minnesota have turned out in their large numbers last Saturday March 4th to mark the country’s 52ND Independence Anniversary celebrations. Organized by the Leadership of the Gambian...

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