A CARIBBEAN ASSOCIATION
We are an association that promotes a lifelong goal to inspire the love of learning, and a mentoring program that helps creativity, vision, motivation, life-skills, so that our children can create a better life toward the future.
The culture of Trinidad & Tobago reflects the influence of diverse people in the community, and the essence that illuminates through our carnival, cuisine, festivals, music and performing arts, monuments and national symbols.
Diana Charles, a member of The Trinbago Association of Central Florida presented a check to the Orlando Rescue Mission.
Stay connect with TTAC many upcoming Annual events and Trinidad & Tobago national holidays
An annual event held in May prior to Orlando Carnival, were children can extend their fun by showcasing their colorful costumes and exuberant celebrations.
To promote and enhance the culture of Trinidad and Tobago by engaging in programs and activities such as promoting Carnival replica and Steel band orchestra, wellness throughout the communities in Central Florida, by conducting Health Fairs on an annual basis. To assist high school students in Central Florida through our scholarship award program four (4) scholarships given annually at the scholarship award event). To foster a relationship with the under privileged by adopting homes such as the battered women shelter (donating clothing, books, personal and household items). We will donate to charitable organizations annually such as: Kidney Foundation, American Red Cross, Churches, and Cultural Youth Groups both in Central Florida and in Trinidad and Tobago.
The TrinBago Association of Central Florida (TTAC) is a registered 501 c3 non-profit organization in the State of Florida, representing the nationals of Trinidad and Tobago residing in the Central Florida area.
The TRINBAGO Association of Central Florida
The TrinBago Association of Central Florida has an active membership that makes all TTAC functions possible. New members are welcome, please review our membership criteria and attend one of our general meetings.
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Trinidad & Tobago Foreign National (Travel Documents, Orlando Area United Way
211 Helpline, Media, Immigration, and
other government links.)
1426 Simpson Road, Suite 27, Kissimmee, FL 34744 * Contact: (407) 360-3618 * Email: email@example.com
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John Joseph (Trinbago Assoc.) was presented a check to Sandra Fatmi, president of the United Foundation of Central Florida.