About Us

The Greater Washington Metropolitan Area is the home to a high concentration of unassisted immigrants. Over the past fiscal year, the Caribbean Help Center has provided support to more than 2,000 patrons. CHC continues to reach out to the community to provide assistance to even more low income families and individuals.

Founded in 1995 by the Rev. Evans Faustin, the Caribbean Help Center is a thriving 501C3 non-profit organization working to help people open doors of opportunity that they were unable to before. With a staff of four, nine board members and eight zealous volunteers, the center is determined to change people’s lives.  If you need assistance with education, employment, public services, and/or finding health care, the Caribbean Help Center is willing and able to push you forward.  Since we are a non-profit organization, we depend on financial donations among others to keep this dream alive. Donating to the Caribbean Help Center is not only a monetary gift to the organization but an investment into the community. Do not hesitate to be a part of our organization.