Author: Latino Community Foundation

Latino Community Foundation raises $10 Million for the Latino Power Fund to leverage billions in federal resources intended to benefit Latino families in California 

Latino Community Foundation raises $10 Million for the Latino Power Fund to leverage billions in federal resources intended to benefit Latino families in California  The Power Fund seeks to ensure Latino communities receive equitable share from the Infrastructure Package and American Rescue Plan and mobilize

The Path to a Just, Thriving California Runs Through California’s Latino Community 

As California’s rebuild continues, the Latino Community Foundation is incredibly proud to partner with the James Irvine Foundation to advance a collective commitment to economic justice and unleashing the power of Latinos across California!  Together, we are thrilled to announce a $725,000 investment into power-building Latino organizations across Fresno and Salinas, regions that are key to California’s economic recovery. These communities thrive and prosper thanks to the labor, ingenuity, and

“It Hasn’t Ended”: Continued Lessons From Our Vaccination Efforts

It has been over a month since  California  fully reopened, and though hopes for significant improvements in further preventing the spread of COVID-19 were high, we are now seeing a surge in new cases throughout the state. Variants of the virus remind us that the pandemic – and our collective commitment to protecting our community – is not over.   We must

“We Have Their Back”: Lessons From Vaccination Efforts in the Central Valley

Statewide, California is closer than ever to having control over the pandemic and returning to a new normal. To date, the state has administered over 40 million vaccines, and Covid-19 cases have plummeted to the lowest levels since the pandemic first started 16 months ago. Yet despite this progress, much work remains to be done to close

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