The Latino Community Foundation (LCF) is committed to responding to the immediate needs of our communities. For this reason, LCF has launched special and timely campaigns to raise and distribute funds to Latino-led organizations working on the frontlines in response to those needs. We are grateful for the generosity of those that stand alongside LCF and the organizations we support in these times of crisis. Read more on our current campaigns below:
In our most difficult moments, we lean on what make us strong. The Latino Community Foundation established the Love Not Fear Fund to support Latino-led organizations that provide wrap around services to the most vulnerable, especially undocumented seniors living in the Inland Empire and Central Valley and families that have already lost wages. Learn More Here.
Our hearts are hurting with our neighbors in Northern California. LCF is relaunching our NorCal Wildfire Relief Fund to support our frontline community partners, workers and families most affected in the 2020 wildfires. In California, Latinos make up 71% of the workforce at vineyards and other agricultural businesses, and more than 40% of the workforce in the tourism and hospitality industry, according to the state’s Employment Development Department. Now more than ever, we need your support.
If you would like more information on our past campaigns please contact Amber Gonzales-Vargas.
Nuestro Futuro Fund
Nuestro Futuro Fund will be invested in Latino-led organizations that are equipped to provide legal aid, defend immigration rights, and/or support youth civic and political engagement. Learn more here.
Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief
The Latino Community Foundation is grieving with our friends and families that have been affected by the earthquake in Mexico. In response, we have created a relief fund to help support the recovery in Mexico.
Yo Voy a Votar ¿Y Tú?
The Latino Community Foundation joined forces with NextGen California to launch a major effort to register Latinos for the 2016 election as part of the Yo Voy a Votar ¿Y Tú? campaign. The Foundation worked closely with Latino-led community organizations with the experience and capacity to register Latinos. The organizations included Mi Familia Vota, Services, Immigrant, Rights and Education Network (SIREN), and Fathers and Families of San Joaquin (FFSJ).
- 6,476 Latinos registered to vote
- 8M people reached through social media platforms
- 8,500+ people used our campaign’s Facebook Frame for their profile pictures
- 125 bilingual canvassers trained and deployed to register voters.
Get Latinos Connected
Only 52% of Latino families have Internet access at home. That is why the Latino Community Foundation and the Chicana Latina Foundation partnered up to launch the “Get Latinos Connected” campaign, a multi-region, culturally appropriate adoption strategy to increase Latino access to the Internet in Northern California.
IMPACT: Connected 3,000 families to low-cost Internet! Provided refurbished and new computers to young children. Reached 2 million people via Univision, Telemundo and social media efforts.
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