Across the world, people think of Silicon Valley as a hub for wealth and innovation. Yet, in the shadows of tech giants are hard working people struggling to make ends meet and take care of their families. The South Bay Latino Giving Circle, headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley, aims to restore balance by putting wealth and opportunity back into the Latinx community.
This multigenerational group of leaders know what it’s like to live in a community where tech and corporations have outsized power. That’s why they invest in the real issues facing their neighbors- access to opportunity, humane immigration policy, and engaging everyday folks to vote and take action.
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Words from Members
Being a part of the LCF South Bay Latino Giving Circle has given me the opportunity to connect with the greater Latinx community across the Bay Area and California to give back. I have met some of the most incredible people through LCF and I’m incredibly thankful for them.
Being a part of the Latino Giving Circle has allowed me to learn about the inspiring and necessary work done by community organizations in my local area.
Our Current Grantees
This Year’s Giving Timeline: March 11 | June 9 | October 24
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.
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.