Earlier this month the Jamaican Cultural Connection, Inc. a non-profit organization based in Central Florida went on a mission trip to distribute food and clothes to the needy and disabled senior citizens of Seaview Gardens in Kingston, Jamaica. They distributed bags of food to the elderly and other residents who welcomed them with open arms. Claudette Bailey, President and Founder of the JCC reported that while distributing the food items she was surprise by a blind lady.
Orlando, Florida, June 1, 2014 – Newly installed President of the Jamaica Cultural Connection (JCC), Vittel Smart, has urged Jamaicans living in Central Florida to embrace the “spirit of cultural unity and connectivity” in an effort to enhance the quality of life for Jamaican communities.
Smart who made the appeal at the recent inauguration ceremony of the JCC, pledged to move the three year old organization to the next level.
“The necessary steps are being put in place for streamlining and re-branding our organization and for openness, transparency and accountability at all levels. I also intend to work diligently to make this organization very proactive in fulfilling its mission,” he said.