Things to Note:
Cuba played host to many Jews escaping Europe during World War II when quotas prevented them from entering the U.S., other parts of Europe and even British Mandate Palestine
At its peak in 1959, Cuba had 15,000 Jews. Today, Cuba has only 1,200 Jews. Free and faced with the same economic constraints of many Cubans, support from American and Canadian Jewish brethren is crucial.
This is a wonderful opportunity to bring kosher for Passover foods in advance of Pesach.
Cuban Jews work very hard to keep their Jewishness alive!