CACNY Inc., provides free multi-services to under-served immigrants, minorities, veterans and their families and other groups in New York State, with a specific focus on minority youth.
According to recent figures, this sub-group number of Caribbean immigrants alone is over one and a half million (1.5) million residents in New York–about 35% of New York City’s total immigrant population. Young people under the age of 18 years, make up more than 30%, with approximately 40% minorities, most are of Caribbean Heritage.
HIGHLIGHTING THE LAST 5 YEARS OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN OUR 35 YEARS OF OPERATION
- 18 Scholarships to College Students
- 68 students completed STEM/Coding classes in the last 24 months with many more attending classes in Drama, Tutoring, Mentoring, Counseling and other activities
- More than 2,000 parents and students have attended our College Financial Aid Workshops, FREE Immigration & Citizenship Legal Seminars
- CACNY sponsors Disaster Relief and International Community Service Partnerships in the US and the Caribbean
- More than 4,000 served to date in our Back to School and Youth Cultural Summer Fest in (Brooklyn & Queens)
- Over 10,500 small children received gift bags of new clothes, toys, books and shoes at our annual Christmas and Three Kings Day celebrations for children residing in New York’s Temporary Housing (Homeless Shelters) and other low income families over the last 5 years
- Due to COVID -19, our 7th bi-Annual Role Model of Distinction Scholarship Awards Gala have been postponed to September 2022. CACNY will pay tribute to First Responders, Essential Workers, CBO’s and some of those individuals who went above and beyond the call of duty to provide food and needed services to the needy during the Pandemic.