Founded in 2005, Minority Help is a community-based nonprofit organization that fosters ethnically sustainable community development and cultural survival strategies by providing assistance, valuable resources and a wide range of art-based programs and competent services to the Brazilian Community of South Florida.
What we do
We provide arts-based cultural, charitable, literary, civic, sporting, and community building programs for the local Brazilian-American community. We have provided community services to over 1,000 families, offering free recreational and cultural arts-based activities, educational seminars and workshops, family counseling, educational mentoring, information and referral, and tax preparation services to outreached community members.
Minority Help works in collaboration with key community leaders, nonprofit organizations, governmental agencies, public libraries, private business entities, and strategic partners who support and ensure that the community engagement development activities and culturally relevant resources efficiently reach diverse groups of members within our community.
Minority Help uses a participative approach of planning and designing for sustainable development of the local Brazilian-American community’s cultural engagement programs, in which different forms of communication, information, engagement methods, and techniques are applied.
We are working!
Minority Help has been working on the development of our immigration outreach service program to provide low-cost legal immigration assistance to those who are in need. At this time, we are seeking proper recognition. We will be announcing the future developments of this project accordingly. If you would like to volunteer, please contact us!