The Caribbean American
Heritage Foundation of Texas, on Wednesday December 4, 2013 at 7pm in West Houston at
Tracey Gee Community Center 3599 Westcenter Dr. Houston
Texas 77042 will hold our final general meeting of 2013.Join us for a year-end wrap and hear about/get
involved in our preparations for our June 7, 2014 Caribbean
American Heritage Month Festival…..and much more.We hope to see you there!
2013 Barbados Association of
Greater Houston Independence and Scholarship Gala
The Caribbean American Heritage Foundation of Texas was
invited to Houston Community College's "A Global Luncheon"
which celebrated cultures from around the world in support
of International Education Week. The event was hosted by the
Office of International Student Services & Study Abroad. As
an integral part of Houston's global diversity, we were
invited to this event of cultural connection through art,
entertainment and cuisine. In attendance was various
Caribbean organizations, HCC administrators, consulate
representatives and numerous VIP members of the
The Honorable Dr. Louis Browne, Honorary
Counsel of Barbados in Texas (left),
Jamaican born Dr. Simone Gardiner,
Houston Community College, Co-Director, Comprehensive
Student Success Program (center),
Peter Lyn René, Chairman and CEO, The Caribbean
American Heritage Foundation of Texas.
Did you know that there are seven
Caribbean Consulates in Houston?
Houston has the third-largest consular corps (Houston
Consular Corps- Global Houston) in the nation after New York
and Los Angeles. There are approximately 94 consulates in Houston,
six of which are from Caribbean Nations. Consular officials develop
economic, commercial, scientific and cultural relations between the
countries they represent and the area in which they serve. An important
function of a consulate is to help to increase commerce – trade, technology
transfer and investments – both ways. Consular officials are a source of
information on the economy, society, culture and tourism of the countries
Get Involved in an CAHFT Committee!! Take a
look at the committee descriptions below, and then choose a committee that interests
you. It’s a great way help promote the Caribbean Culture, make contacts
throughout the community and Houston, help your own Caribbean Association
and have fun, all at the same time!
Caribbean American Heritage Foundation, in our efforts to
continue to keep our community informed, launched
CAHFT TV with our channel on YouTube.
We provide in depth interviews with member
of the Caribbean Community who continue to make positive
contributions to society; we will also provide live
coverage of social and entertainment events.
Visit Our Photo Galleries on our Facebook
Page - And Be Sure to "Like" The Page
Do you have questions about The Caribbean American
Heritage Foundation of Texas? Then go to our
F.A.Q. page to
find the answer. If you do not find the answer to your
question, Contact Us
and submit your question.