Latinos are a force

When we harness their power and ignite their leadership, our economy and democracy will thrive.

VIRTUAL GALA

COMING OF AGE CELEBRATION

What a night! Thank you for standing with our Latino families and communities on May 21st! Thank you for giving generously, spreading hope, and leading with love! Thank you for helping us raise $1 million!

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LATINO GIVING CIRCLE NETWORK

BUILDING A PHILANTHROPIC MOVEMENT

Be part of a historic movement of civically engaged Philanthropists. Join our Latino Giving Circle Network and be part of the solution for social change.

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GRANTMAKING AND CAPACITY BUILDING

INVESTING IN LATINO-LED ORGANIZATIONS

We invest in leaders and organizations that are creating opportunities for Latinos to achieve their fullest potential.

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BUILDING POLITICAL POWER

INCREASING POLITICAL PARTICIPATION

We work to strengthen our democracy by increasing civic leadership and political participation of Latinos in California.

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COVID RESPONSE


LOVE NOT FEAR FUND (COVID RESPONSE)

In our most difficult moments, we lean on what makes us strong. We established the Love Not Fear Fund as a response to the global pandemic to channel critical funds to Latino-led organizations serving California’s most vulnerable communities.

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IN THE NEWS

March 13, 2020
LA Times

Op-Ed: How the coronavirus could endanger the 2020 census (By LCF CEO and Policy Director)

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RESOURCES

NUESTRA VOZ

California Governor Gavin Newsom announced $125 million in benefits for undocumented immigrants in the state. The Latino Community Foundation was proud to join philanthropic leaders in advocating for this fund. Read our letter!

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FULL POST ON NUESTRA VOZ

SOCIAL MEDIA

Latino Community Fdn
@LatinoCommFdn

Thrilled to see our Chair Emerita Aida Alvarez join @CAgovernor newest Business and Jobs Recovery Task Force! Our L… https://t.co/FaijfKOlH3

3:12 PM - 22 Apr 2020

54%

of all school children in California are Latino

Only 1.1%

of philanthropic dollars go to Latino programs and organizations

7 Million

Latinos are eligible to vote in California

A better California. A better nation. A better future for us all.

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