Cuban American National Council
Founded in 1971 as a non-profit organization aiming to aid Cubans and Cuban Americans with their transition into American society.
The Cuban American National Council, with a branch in Miami, seeks to provide human services to those in need, regardless of ethnicity or background.
The group began as an effort to help Cuban-Americans transition into American society, and has grown to provide assistance those in need across all ethnic groups. Biennial conferences attract many Hispanic community leaders and advocates to push for, and promote, the wellbeing of not only local Cuban and other Hispanic communities, but of any community in need.