We are proud to be a nation of immigrants! People of all nations come to this country in search of a dream and better life. America was born out of ideals rooted in justice, fair representation, and equality. Today, California is home to 10 million immigrants who contribute $650 billion annually to our state’s economy. The current political climate has ignited a response by Latino philanthropists and individuals from all backgrounds who are committed to protect and defend the values that make this an amazing country of innovative leaders and entrepreneurs.
LCF established the Nuestro Futuro Fund as a vehicle for these donors, corporations, and foundations to collectively channel their generous and compassionate commitment to justice and the founding principles of our country. All of the resources raised are invested in organizations working on the frontlines of serving and protecting immigrant families.
LCF is pleased to announce the first round of grants. This week, we awarded $124,000 to 14 Latino-led grassroots organizations that provide legal services and advance immigrant rights in California. The majority of these funds are supporting organizations in the Central Valley—the heart and soul of our great state.
Join us in this movement of philanthropists working together to protect our Nation’s values. Donate to the Nuestro Futuro Fund.
LCF is committed to unleashing the power of Latinos in California, ensuring they continue to shape California’s economic, cultural, and civic future. We will not rest until our community leaders have what they need to move our country forward!
Below is a complete list of organizations supported by the Nuestro Futuro Fund:
California Rural Legal Assistance Foundation | Central Valley
To achieve social justice and equity in partnership with farm workers and all low-wage workers and their families in rural communities through community, legislative and legal advocacy.
Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative (CVIIC) | Central Valley
To serve as the leading immigrant integration organization in the Central Valley, dedicated to ensuring full participation of immigrants in building strong, vibrant, inclusive communities.
Centro La Familia | Central Valley
To empower low-income people to access life sustaining resources.
Centro Legal de La Raza | East Bay
To protect and advance the rights of immigrant, low-income, and Latino communities through bilingual legal representation, education, and advocacy.
Education Leadership Foundation | Central Valley
To empower communities through educational opportunities, leadership development, and civic engagement.
El Quinto Sol | Central Valley
To utilize art, culture, and education as principal tools to help create more just and equitable communities, including achieving a higher quality of life for farm worker communities.
Encampment for Citizenship | Los Angeles
To support youth civic leadership development.
Faith in the Valley | Central Valley
To unlock the power of people to put faith into action in the public square, and to advance a movement for racial justice and health equity.
La Luz Center | North Bay
To be a catalyst for change in Sonoma Valley through health, education, and financial security.
Mi Familia Vota | Central Valley
To support community organizing and civic engagement among youth.
Santa Cruz Barrios Unidos | Central Coast
To promote multicultural social justice, non-violence and economic equity through cultural healing, civic leadership and community development.
Services, Immigrant Rights & Education Network (SIREN) | South Bay
To empower low-income immigrants and refugees through community education and organizing, leadership development, policy advocacy and naturalization services.
The Unity Council | East Bay
To help families and individuals build wealth and assets through comprehensive programs of sustainable economic, social, and neighborhood development.
UFW Foundation | Central Valley
To open the doors of opportunity to working people and their communities.