Caring For Our Community

Caribbean Association of Georgia, Inc. is a non-profit humanitarian and cultural organization founded in June 2008 and incorporated in April 2009. With the help of our members we have become a vital part of the community. Our organization has been committed to providing services, support, cultural awareness and information to the Metro Atlanta area. We take pride in educating and sharing our Caribbean culture, and giving back to the community and also partering with other organizations. Our focuses include children, senior citizens, veterans, homeless, students, and low income individuals.


We are constantly striving to provide programs and services for the enrichment of the whole nucleus Caribbean family - from grandmother down to grandchild we endeavor to provide cultural enrichment and life valuable resources. We would also like to provide the youth with opportunities for cultural education, history and enrichment so that the wisdom of their cultural history will be the morale decision making force in their life walk in the present and future.


CAG is an active participant in the community so, you will have the opportunity to join the organization and participate in a variety of outreach activities. A volunteer effort might include feeding the homeless and hungry; collecting soft toys for homeless or orphaned children; conducting Census Awareness, Voter Registration (the 1st Caribbean organization in the metro Atlanta area to so), or assisting with our festival or other events.


Severe Flooding & Landslides Sweep Trinidad and Tobago


Trinidad and Tobago Needs Support in the Wake of Widespread Flooding That  Left Many Homeless & Stranded. Trinidad and Tobago experienced severe flooding and landslides after a down pour of rain that have left many families homeless and stranded in its wake. According to Prime Minister Keith Rowley,


Saturday, November 4, 2018

2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Nutmeg and Cocoa is a fictional story based around Maurice Bishop and the U.S. Invasion of Grenada in 1983. The days and months leading up to the invasion were turbulent and un-settling for the small Caribbean nation of Grenada. The collapse of Maurice Bishop and the PRG/Jewel Movement caused a “split” Grenada, this eventually lead to Bishop being jailed and ultimately being executed. Out of this turmoil grew an innocent and loving relationship.


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