The Art of Puerto Rico
2011 - 2016
San Juan Festival
Salsa Music at its best
SAN JUAN FESTIVAL 2003-2016
San Juan Festival
The Puerto Rican Association for Hispanic Affairs is a 501©3, non-profit corporation founded by Robert Roldan and Jacquelene Burke in 2005. What this brings to the Treasure Coast is a cultural and educational organization dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of the Hispanic culture, history, arts, business, and humanities. Among P.R.A.F.H.A.’s goals are: to promote the diversity of our cultures; to establish scholarships for minority students at the local state college; and to support Hispanic artists and cultural organizations. “If we invest in education now, we as a community will reap the rewards”, explains Jacquelene Burke, Vice President of P.R.A.F.H.A. According to 2010 Census Bureau figures, Hispanics now account for one in every six Americans.
In 2011, Hispanic spending power is estimated at $1.2 trillion a year according to the U.S. Census. Robert Roldan, President of P.R.A.F.H.A. states: "The idea that there's strength in numbers certainly applies to Latinos and what this powerful demographic is poised to achieve over the next several years”. This highlights the rich source of buying power that the Hispanic community represents. P.R.A.F.H.A.’s Board of Directors is proud to be partners with businesses, schools, colleges, and other organizations in this area.
Since its humble beginning, they have experienced growth and accomplishments. We invite you to visit our other pages so you can familiarize yourselves with our mission, goals, read about our scholarship winners, and other events.
“Diversity is what makes a community thrive; it’s what gives it a heartbeat”
Frank Gonzalez &
10th Anniversary San Juan Fastival 2013 at the
Port St Lucie Civic Center With Special Guest Frankie Negron
THANKS TO JACQUELENE BURKE
NAVY CORPSMAN OVERSEAS
CONTINUES EDUCATION ONLINE WITH IRSC