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NEWS RELEASES

Latino Community Foundation Unites Philanthropic Leaders to Launch the Latino Power Fund.

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Latino Community Foundation invests $2 million to increase COVID-19 vaccine rates in hard-hit Latino communities.

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Latino Community Foundation puts Hope Back into Thanksgiving; Announces $2M in Relief Grants Amid COVID-19 Surge.

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Latino Community Foundation Congratulates President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris on Historic Victory; Urge Governor Gavin Newsom to Appoint a Latino as California’s Next U.S. Senator.

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Latino Community Foundation and National Latino Funds Alliance urge Speaker Nancy Pelosi to protect DACA recipients providing lifesaving care during pandemic.

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Latino Community Foundation Applauds Gov. Newsom’s Announcement to Provide Relief to State’s Undocumented Immigrants.

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Inside Philanthropy: In California, the Latino Community Foundation Shifts its Focus to Long-Term Power-Building

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KCBS: Advocates want more support for essential farmworkers in the Central Valley

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SF Chronicle: Opinion: Newsom’s budget is built on an important lesson – selling out immigrants is bad politics

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NY Times: Experts Grade California’s Vaccine Rollout

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Mercury News: Efforts to Close Latino Vaccine Disparity get Cash Injection

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Medium: Latino Community Foundation’s Statement on May 2021 Budget Revision

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CBS Bay Area: Jacqueline Martinez Is Making Sure Philanthropic Dollars Are Invested In The Latino Community

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The Fresno Bee: COVID-19 vaccine fears plague California farmworkers

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ABC 7: 40 Latino nonprofits in California awarded $2 million in grants during COVID-19 pandemic

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NBC News: Could a Latino senator change 170 years of California history? It’s up to the governor.

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Inside Philanthropy:We Are No Longer Waiting for a Funder to Save Us

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The Washington Post: California governor faces pressure to choose a Latinx Senator to replace Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris

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San Francisco Chronicle: What California must do to help Latinos affected by pandemic and economic shock

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New York Times: The Latino Vote: The ‘Sleeping Giant’ Awakens

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CBS Bay Area:Latino Community Foundation CEO Jacqueline Martinez Garcel on Latino voters impact on Cal Primary

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Washington Post: Hispanic voters are growing in power. Why are Democratic presidential candidates ignoring them?

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Pandemic heroes honored at Latino Community Foundation Gala – KTVU Fox Bay Area

CBS Bay Area: Jefferson Award winner Jacqueline Martinez Garcel, Latino Community Foundation CEO

ABC: Love Not Fear Fund (COVID Response)

KTVU: 2020 Census Count and Covid-19

CNN Español – Planeta en Peligro: Jacqueline Martinez Garcel

BLOG POSTS

Black, Latina, and Whole. by Camila Andrea Mena, LCF Program & Data Fellow

Does my Vote Matter? Yes, it Does. by Elisabet Medina, member of the San Francisco Latina Giving Circle

Money Matters, but so does Change and so do People by Jeremy Martin, Ph.D. Student at UC Berkeley

20 for ’20: Twenty Youth Focused Latino Nonprofits to support in 2020! by Jose Garcia, LCF Communications & Program Associate

My Vote Is an Act of Resistance by Carlos Aguilar, the Chief Content Director at ChangeLawyers℠ and Member of our LGBTQ+ Latinx Giving Circle

This March Primary, Latinos are Voting for the Future of our Children’s Education by Eduardo Garcia, Civic Engagement Fellow, Latino Community Foundation

My American Dream! by Masha V. Chernyak, Vice President of Programs, Latino Community Foundation

2020 Is About Taking Action for Equal Opportunity by Eduardo Garcia, Civic Engagement Fellow, Latino Community Foundation

The Best is Yet to Come by Jacqueline Martinez Garcel, CEO, Latino Community Foundation

Queer and Latinx: Do the Democratic Presidential Candidates See Us? by Maritza Martinez, Executive Director, Somos Familia

The 2019 Latino Policy Summit

The Latino Giving Circle Network

LTX Fest 2019 – Latino Community Foundation Day

Latino Nonprofit Accelerator Demo Day 2019

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