(407) 802-5217 -- Jamaican Cultural Connection -- A 501(c)(3) Organization info@jccnow.org

The Jamaican Cultural Connection (JCC) is a 501(c)(3) civic Organization founded by Claudette Bailey of Orlando Florida on the 26th day of October, 2010. The Organization originated with a special need for Jamaicans in the diaspora to come together in a spirit of philanthropic unity to help the less fortunate in our local communities here in Central Florida, and in our beloved island, Jamaica.

This Organization is membership oriented. Upon joining the Organization (JCC), each member shall be presented with a Certificate of Membership certifying true corporate partnership between JCC and its members.

Our membership structure includes:

  • Student

  • Individual

  • Small Business

  • Corporate

  • Honorary

We are a 501(C)(3) non-for-profit organization. We support selective charities locally and internationally in the  following areas of interest:

  • Education

  • Food Pantry

  • Health Care referral

  • Religious

After steady growth and development during  its initial years, JCC has expanded its base to incorporate other charities such as:

  • Youth Development (Male) – Clifton Boys Home

  • Youth Development (Female) – Women’s Center of Jamaica Foundation


We envision that citizens in our targeted communities shall suffer less from hunger. They shall enjoy a better standard of education. They shall experience more humane and effective health care. They shall embark on a higher standard of spiritual, ethical and moral values.



We strive to empower our Citizens to come together in cultural unity and connectivity to educate, train, build, and enhance the quality of life for the less fortunate, in our local and Jamaican communities.



DSC03480_500x375Our core objectives are as follows:

  • Perform aggressive fundraising drives.

  • Engage in recruitment and retention of members.

  • Community outreach local and abroad.

  • Provide educational assistance locally and abroad.

  • Cultivate and develop leadership and life skills for our youth.

  • Feed and cloth the poor.