Our Story

Our Dropbox Latinx Giving Circle is born from the Dropbox Employee Resource Group for Latinx employees and allies with support from their social impact team. Employees from all departments and levels join forces for collective action to provide multi-year support to community organizations. While just in their first year, the Giving Circle was able to double down in their support to community partners and even supported LCF by providing laptops to complete the 2020 Census count.

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15
Members
$18,000
Given in Grants
2019
Year Established

Funding Priorities

Entrepreneurship

Legal Defense

Mental Health

Words from Members

    Our Current Grantees

    GRANTS HISTORY

    2021 Meetings

    This Year’s Giving Timeline: June 15  |  June 22  |  September 15

    Giving Circles have three official grantmaking meetings with LCF staff – from helping define funding priorities to meeting with nonprofit organizations. Throughout the year, Giving Circles also host socials, and members are invited to join network wide events, including the LGCN Retreat. Interested in attending a meeting? Contact us here.

    Members

    • Lead Members

      Abraham Velazquez

    • A-E

      Bart Volkmer

      Caroline Bontia

      Daniel Horn

      Elena DiMuzio

    • F-L

      Fernanda Mora

      Isa Oliveres

      Jacquelyn Horton

      Karalyn Baca

      Karen Basta

      Leslie Tu

      Leticia Valencia

    • M-Z

      Scott Daily

      Tina Lee

      Vicky Xiao

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    About the Latino Giving Circle Network

    The Latino Giving Circle Network is the largest network of Latinx philanthropists in the country. From Baby Boomers to Millennials, CEOs to emerging professionals, immigrants to US-born, Latinos and non-Latinos, we are part of a united movement inspired by the power of giving and civic engagement. The funding from these Giving Circles supports grassroots Latinx-led nonprofits, working on the frontlines with Latinx youth and families. These emerging community-rooted organizations are often overlooked by traditional philanthropy. We exist to change that. Learn more about the Network here.