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13th ANNUAL GALA: CELEBRATING PHILANTHROPY CON SABOR LATINO

The Latino Community Foundation (LCF) exists to unleash the power of Latinos in California.  LCF is the only statewide foundation solely focused on investing in Latino leaders, families, and youth.

On May 4th, 2018, you can join over 600 community, philanthropic, corporate, and civic leaders committed to elevating the voice of Latinos and investing in a brighter future for our youth and communities. This is a night where we celebrate and reclaim the narrative of Latinos as who we really are: change agents driving the progress of our state and nation! 

The fun, dynamic evening includes live music, leadership awards, coveted auction items, the best of our Latin food and wines, and a exclusive After Party. It is event you will not want to miss!

We can’t wait to see you on May 4th, 2018 at the San Francisco Fairmont Hotel!

Contact: Sara Velten, VP of Philanthropy at events@latinocf.org or 415-236-4028.

THANK YOU SPONSORS 2018

PAST GALA 2017

On 2017 LCF honored Luis A. Miranda Jr., a long-time activist and champion for the Latino community. The founding President of the Hispanic Federation, Luis has set a high standard for civic leadership and activism. Luis is the proud father of Lin Manuel Miranda, playwright, composer, and creator of the 11-time Tony award Broadway musical Hamilton. Luis’ legacy has inspired a new generation of Latinos infusing hope and action through art, political activism, and nonprofit leadership. we will also honor Geisha Williams, CEO and President of PG&E. As the highest ranked Latina in Corporate America, Geisha is a visionary, exemplary leader grounded in the values and principles of family, community, and culture. Our Trailblazer in Philanthropy awardees, Alma-Ruth and Arnoldo Avalos, have dedicated their lives to investing in young people from the Central Valley and securing a better future for them through higher education. Johnny Rodriguez, our Leading Change Awardee, is the founder and Executive Director of One Day At a Time, ODAT. Johnny has transformed the lives of thousands of Latino youth—helping them turn their lives around, attend college, and live out their fullest potential.