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Welcome to JCC, Inc.

The Jamaican Cultural Connection

We strive to empower our Citizens to come together in cultural unity

Our Vision

We envision that citizens in our targeted communities shall suffer from less hunger…

Building Lives

…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.

Helping You Achieve Success

Where Together We Build On Heritage.

Saturday October 29, 2022

An Elegant Evening to say the least!

With nearly 200 in attendance at this year’s Annual Heroes Banquet and Dance, the evening was filled with exuberance. Our keynote speaker, The Honorable Jamaican Consul General to Miami – Mr. R. Oliver Mair, eloquently addressed the gathering as he encouraged us to invest in the growth of the Homeland – Jamaica.

Other Highlights of the evening were the recognition and honoring of the Jamaican National Heroes, in addition, to our local Unsung Heroes – Veronica Dixon and Mr. & Mrs. Laughton Parchment. 

JCC Founder, the late Claudette Bailey was honored for her dedication and service to the organization. A Scholarship Fund was launched in her memory. The evening concluded with a season of dancing and socializing. What an awesome evening indeed.

June 4, 2022 Carribbean American Heritage Month Photo Gallery

JCC in collaboration with First United Methodist Church, Apopka, celebrated the Caribbean American Heritage Month. The event was held on the grounds of FUMCA. The Mayor of Apopka City Fl. read the proclamation followed by the ribbon cutting ceremony. It was a first of such events for the Apopka city and JCC will endeavor to continue this annual tradition. 

Addition event photos can be seen by cliking on this link

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THE STORY OF NICOLA ANNEMARIE BARNETT

Nicola Annemarie Barnett of Spaulding, Clarendon Jamaica was Born on May 3rd, 1995. As a Quadriplegic she has little to no support from those around her since the passing of her dear mother Nadine Barnett.

Sadly, in her helpless state it was discovered that she was enduring mental and physical abuse by heartless and mindless individuals.

DONATION - PROJECTS

THE CLIFTON BOYS’ HOME, RUN BY THE ANGLICAN DIOCESE OF JAMAICA IN DARLISTON WESTMORELAND, SHELTERS 35 BOYS WHO HAVE BEEN EITHER ABUSED, ABANDONED OR ORPHANED; AND FAACS FOUNDATION PROVIDING CLOTHING, FOOD, TOYS, BOOKS, BACK PACKS AND OTHER SCHOOL SUPPLIES FOR NEEDY CHILDREN IN MOCHO,  CLARENDON; ARE CHARITIES SUPPORTED BY THE JAMAICAN CULTURAL CONNECTION (JCC), WHICH IS A NON-PROFIT, 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION LOCATED IN CENTRAL FLORIDA.

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