The Jamaica Foundation of Houston is a 501(c3) non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening the cultural ties between Caribbean people and the Houston community.
Martin Luther King, Jr., Parade
JFH members and friends participated in the parade in Downtown Houston honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on Monday, January 17, 2021.
The Foundation’s youth group celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy, dressed in national costume while marching alongside Foundation members and supporters.
Internationally Renowned Jamaican Tenor Steve Higgins will be in Houston in April!
April 17-21. Youth workshops covering Jamaican cultural music
April 22. Steve Higgins in concert at MATCH4 in Downtown Houston
View MATCH4 >> click here
Jamaica’s 60th Year of Independence Celebration
Save the date
July 30, 2022
Advertise in our Souvenir Booklet
We also invite you to partner with us in our scholarship and cultural events by advertising in our 2021 Jamaica Independence Souvenir Booklet. This year’s booklet will have a digital presence on our website and advertisements will be posted for 12 months from the celebration date.
View our 2019 Gala Souvenir Booklet for reference.
We look forward to you advertising with us at the following rates >> click here
COVID-19 AND SOCIAL DISTANCING
We continue our commitment to the health and safety of members and friends of the Jamaica Foundation of Houston. In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to suspend in-person activities until further notice.
Please take advantage of these resources:
- Family Houston at https://www.familyhouston.org/
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevent at https://www.cdc.gov/
- West Houston Assistance Ministries at https://whamministries.org/
- Windsor Village United Methodist Church at https://www.umc.org
- Second Mile at https://www.secondmile.org/
- The Legacy Church at https://thelegacychurch.com in Sugarland
- First Methodist Houston at https://www.fmhouston.com at Beltway 8
- Consulate General of Jamaica | Miami, Florida
- Jamaica Travel Notice << click here for details
*Eligible people can also contact their health care provider directly for information about how to receive the vaccine.
A Jamaica Foundation Promoting Education & Understanding
We are a cultural and educational community resource focused on strengthening ties and awareness between the people of Houston and Jamaica.
We are involved in educational, charitable and civic activities with institutions and individuals in the greater Houston community as well as in Jamaica. Our Jamaica Foundation works with the March of Dimes, Dyslexia Intervention Training, Hurricane Disaster Relief and with many other charitable groups. We connect and participate with local organizations in events, fundraisers and by providing educational resources to the people of Jamaica.
Promoting cultural understanding, education and Volunteerism.