Latino Community Foundation Statement on SCOTUS Decision in Census Citizenship Question Case This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court issued an important ruling in favor of our democracy. The decision to strike down the citizenship
Our hearts are broken. Once again. The images bear witness to the human suffering. The desperation. But with broken hearts we must keep pressing - for the families, for the voiceless, for the ones
Ready for Acceleration: Introducing the 2nd Cohort of the Latino Nonprofit Accelerator We are no longer asking, "What if we invested in nonprofits the way we do in startups?" We are showing the
Uninsured and Undocumented: It’s Time for California to Go Bold on Health Care By: Gissela Moya, Civic Engagement Fellow at the Latino Community Foundation. Last week, I became the first person in my
Cerca de 700 líderes latinos comunitarios, negocios, empresas y líderes filantrópicos se reúnen para celebrar las pasadas victorias de las elecciones a mitad de mandato y preparar el camino para el 2020.
Contacto: Victoria Sanchez De Alba De Alba Communications (650) 270-7810 / email@example.com Para su Difusión Inmediata Cerca de 700 líderes latinos comunitarios, negocios, empresas y líderes filantrópicos se reúnen para celebrar las pasadas
Press Release: Over 700 Latino community, business, corporate, and philanthropic leaders gather to celebrate victories of 2018 mid-term election and pave the way forward to 2020
Media Contact: Victoria Sanchez De Alba De Alba Communications (650) 270-7810 / firstname.lastname@example.org For Immediate Release Over 700 Latino community, business, corporate, and philanthropic leaders gather to celebrate victories of 2018 mid-term election
On April 24, over 400 Latino leaders from across California came to our state capitol to proclaim: Latinos are a Force! From the Inland Empire to the Central Valley, grassroots leaders came together
By Lisa Alvarado, Central Valley Philanthropy Fellow I moved back home to Visalia to follow my dreams of elevating the Central Valley, determined to invest in and build up the community I love.
Press Release: Latino Community Foundation Announces Second Cohort of Groundbreaking Latino Nonprofit Accelerator
Latino Community Foundation Announces Second Cohort of Groundbreaking Latino Nonprofit Accelerator 9 Latino Nonprofits Accepted into Google.org-backed Program Modeled after Tech Incubators San Francisco, CA (April 9, 2019) – The Latino Community Foundation has a big idea —unleash the power of Latinos
Janeen Cruz, an East Bay Latina Giving Circle member shares her beautiful and powerful “Yo Soy”/“I am” poem.
Yo soy de Janeen Cruz Yo soy de las fotos de mi niñez De los frijoles en la estufa Y las oraciones de mi madre Yo soy de las flores
I am a proud resident of South Central Los Angeles, raised by two hard-working Mexican immigrants. From a very early age, I witnessed the daily grit and hard-work that my parents undertook to
“Migration is beautiful. To recognize the value of this natural pattern, the people who live it out, and to honor their stories is what this work is about.” In my role as the
Andrea Maldonado, Program Associate, Latino Community Foundation Interviewed by Masha V. Chernyak, Vice President of Programs What’s your favorite thing about your childhood? I love that my parents were always interested in
2019 | A Year of Reconnecting with My Purpose Kate Seely, Director, Leadership, Culture and Community, Northern California Grantmakers I won’t forget the night I attended the Latino Community Foundation’s first ever Demo