The Cuban American Alliance Education Fund, Inc.
C A A E F
The Cuban American Alliance Education Fund, Inc. (CAAEF) is a nonprofit [501(c)(3)] national network of Cuban Americans that educates the public at large on issues related to hardships resulting from current United States-Cuba relations. The Alliance is a vehicle for the development of mutually beneficial engagements which promote understanding and human compassion.
Working outside ideological constraints, in compliance with U.S. law, and respectful of Cuba’s sovereignty and independence, CAAEF calls for a reassessment of U.S. policies that may be outside the best interests of the American people and cause undue harm to Cubans and Americans. Recent work by CAAEF includes the following activities:
∙ Humanitarian Travel through La Familia project establishes direct links of support and friendship with the Cuban Association for the Disabled;
∙ Relief Efforts carried out with other national-based organizations to assist victims of natural disasters in Cuba;
∙ Social Work Projects to compare practice and efforts to meet human basic needs and enhance human well-being;
∙ U.S.-Cuba Sister-City Ties to promote and facilitate people-to-people engagements of mutual benefit;
∙ Cultural Exchanges, art exhibits, music, dance, cinema, and festival events to promote Cuban culture and raise funds for humanitarian projects;
∙ Forums and Debates at schools and universities, the National Press Club, and U.S. and foreign conference sites;
∙ Press Outreach, Op-Ed pieces, radio and newspaper interviews through U.S. and foreign media outlets;
∙ Congressional Visits and distribution of educational material regarding perspectives of Cuban Americans on U.S.-Cuba Relations; and
∙ Joint Action and Advocacy Work with business, religious, human rights, cultural, and humanitarian groups to monitor legislation that may adversely impact on the well-being of both Cubans and Americans.
For information about the Cuban American Alliance Education Fund, Inc.
Contact CAAEF at: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our web page at www.cubamer.org
Or please call (202) 543-6780.
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