The Stanislaus Latino Giving Circle was born from the larger Central Valley collective that came together to reclaim a different vision for the Valley- one rooted in leadership, generosity, and pride. This Circle is filled with leaders of community organizations, business owners and more. While this region faces some of the highest disparities in opportunity, health, education, and equality in our state due to decades of disinvestment, the Giving Circle continues to provide essential contributions to Stanislaus County.
Given in Grants
Words from Members
Our Giving Circle provides opportunity to work with grantees and provide hands on support.
I love supporting our Latino-led community organizations and being part of their events and learning more about the great work being done all over Stanislaus county. I also have truly enjoyed meeting and getting to know our Circle members who are likewise committed to supporting our community.
I love the idea that each giving circle supports Latino-led grassroot efforts in each community. When we help one another rise, we truly change and impact positive change!
Our Current Grantees
This Year’s Giving Timeline: February 25 | May 27 | September 30
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.