Authentic Caribbean Foundation, Inc.

25 Dorchester Ave, Boston, MA 02205, USA

Website

857-271-6006

About Authentic Caribbean Foundation

Authentic Caribbean Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, based in Boston, geared towards transforming the lives of the Caribbean children impacted by disabilities, HIV/AIDS and their caregivers through health and educational support.  To carry out this mission, we seek to bolster HIV/AIDS research in the Caribbean while at the same time provide support for institutions caring for affected children and adults in the Diaspora and the Caribbean.

Authentic Caribbean Foundation establish November 2012 is dedicated to providing education and training, health, community tourism and support services to children and adult with disability and aids within the Diaspora and the Caribbean by achieving a high level of development and sustainability helping to eliminate poverty.

 

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