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Alabama (1) +

  • Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama (HICA)
    Birmingham, Alabama

    ¡HICA! bridges the immigrant Latino community with the broader community in Alabama. As the leading organization serving Latinos, ¡HICA! is the central point of contact for and about Latinos....Read More

Alaska ( 0 )

Arizona (12) +

  • Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
    Phoenix, Arizona

    Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (AZHCC) Foundation was founded in 1948 and incorporated in 1976. It has an established reputation as a leader in setting the pace for business growth in today's...Read More

  • Campesinos Sin Fronteras
    Somerton, Arizona

    Campesinos Sin Fronteras (CSF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit grasroots organization serving migrant and seasonal farm workers and other members of hte low-income Hispanic community in Yuma County,...Read More

  • Cesar Chavez Foundation
    Keene, California

    The mission of Cesar Chavez Foundation is to enrich and improve the lives of farm worker and Latino families outside the work place by meeting their essential human, cultural, and community...Read More

  • Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc.
    Phoenix, Arizona

    Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. (CPLC) is a statewide community development corporation, committed to building stronger, healthier communities as a lead advocate, coalition builder, and direct service...Read More

  • Comité de Bien Estar, Inc.
    San Luis, Arizona

    The Comité de Bien Estar is a land development cooperative that works to empower Mexican-Americans and new immigrants to help them overcome the many barriers they face including, low wages, poor...Read More

  • Community Housing Resources of Arizona
    Phoenix, Arizona

    Community Housing Resources of Arizona (CHRA) is a nonprofit, HUD-approved housing counseling agency establish in 1987 specifically to promote fair housing and equal housing opportunities for...Read More

  • Friendly House, Inc.
    Phoenix, Arizona

    Friendly House, Inc. is a social service agency whose mission is to eliminate illiteracy among Hispanics. It is dedicated to the betterment of immigrants who reside in the South Phoenix area....Read More

  • Housing America Corporation
    Somerton, Arizona

    Established in 1976, The Housing America Corporation (HAC) is a nonprofit organization that focuses on empowering very low, low, and moderate income individuals and families through affordable...Read More

  • Luz Social Services, Inc.
    Tucson, Arizona

    Founded in 1987, Luz Social Services, Inc. was established by a group of concerned community leaders who saw the need to respond to the increasing problem of gangs and substance abuse in the...Read More

  • Mexicayotl Academy
    Nogales, Arizona

    Mexicayotl Academy is a charter school offering the community of Nogales, Arizona the choice of a high-quality academic education. In a border community of 400,000, the Academy works with and looks...Read More

  • Promise Arizona
    Phoenix, Arizona

    Promise Arizona's mission is to organize, transform and win a new Arizona where everyone has the opportunity for fairness and inclusion so they live their lives to their fullest potential. It is...Read More

  • Valle del Sol, Inc.
    Phoenix, Arizona

    Established in 1970, Valle del Sol has grown to be one of Arizona’s largest non-profit, community-based organizations helping men, women, children, families and the elderly each year through...Read More

Connecticut (3) +

  • Center for Latino Progress – CPRF
    Hartford, Connecticut

    The mission of Center for Latino Progress - CPRF is to advance the socio-economic conditions of hte community at large, with emphasis on Hispanics, through education, training, supportive services,...Read More

  • Hispanic Health Council (HHC)
    Hartford, Connecticut

    Founded in 1979, Hispanic Health Council (HHC) addresses the physical health, mental health, and educational needs of Hartford’s Puerto Rican community. HHC provides services and advocacy in the...Read More

  • Humanidad, Inc.
    Rocky Hill, Connecticut

    Founded in 1980, Humanidad, Inc. is a nonprofit agency providing bilingual/bicultural educational and residential services, as well as advocacy and health care for persons with disabilities. Its...Read More

Arkansas (1) +

  • Hispanic Women’s Organization of Arkansas
    Springdale, Arkansas

    The Hispanic Women’s Organization of Arkansas (HWOA) was founded in 1999 by a group of women concerned with the lack of participation by Hispanics in community affairs in Northwest Arkansas. HWOA...Read More

California (56) +

  • Academia Avance
    Los Angeles, California

    Academia Avance is a public charter school designed to address the need for innovative educational alternatives in the Northeast Los Angeles community of Highland Park. The school aims to provide a...Read More

  • AltaMed Health Services Corporation
    Los Angeles, California

    Founded in 1969, AltaMed Health Services Corporation provides medical care to socially and economically diverse communities, and administers one of the largest community-based, long-term care...Read More

  • Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation
    Ventura, California

    The Cabrillo Economic Development Corporation (CEDC) is a private, nonprofit, community economic development corporation, which was founded in 1981.  CEDC's activities are focused on low-income,...Read More

  • Calexico Community Action Council
    Calexico, California

    The Calexico Community Action Council, a nonprofit organization founded in 1968, advocates for the advancement of education, improvement of job opportunities, and betterment of housing conditions...Read More

  • California Association for Bilingual Education
    Covina, California

    The California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) is a non-profit organization incorporated in 1976 to promote bilingual education and qulaity educational experiences for all students in...Read More

  • Camino Nuevo Charter Academy
    Los Angeles, California

    Camino Nuevo is a public charter school for grades K-12 designed to meet the educational needs of the largely Latino community in the Mid-Wilshire/Greater Westlake area of Los Angeles, a densely...Read More

  • Casa Familiar, Inc.
    San Ysidro, California

    Casa Familiar, Inc. was formed in 1968. While social services remain the primary emphasis, the agency now provides a broad variety of programs for individuals and families, at-risk youth, and...Read More

  • Center for Employment Training
    San Jose, California

    CET is a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to fighting poverty and dependence on public aid by making hands-on job training available to youth and adults of all educational...Read More

  • Center for Training and Careers, Inc.
    San Jose, California

    Center for Training and Careers (CTC) is a non-profit (501C-3) community based organization. Founded in 1977, CTC provides employment and education programs to residents of California's Santa Clara...Read More

  • Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) of San Francisco
    San Francisco, California

    Located in San Francisco, the Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) of Northern California empowers and responds to the needs, rights, and aspirations of Latino, immigrant, and under-resourced...Read More

  • Central Coast Alliance for a Sustainable Economy (CAUSE)
    Ventura, California

    Central Coast Alliance United for a Sustainable Economy (CAUSE)'s mission is to build grassroots power to invoke social, economic, and environmental justice for the people of California's Central...Read More

  • Centro Latino for Literacy
    Los Angeles, California

    The mission of Centro Latino for Literacy (formerly known as Centro Latino de Educación Popular) is to teach literacy and provide educational opportunities to those who have not had the benefit of...Read More

  • Cesar Chavez Foundation
    Keene, California

    The mission of Cesar Chavez Foundation is to enrich and improve the lives of farm worker and Latino families outside the work place by meeting their essential human, cultural, and community...Read More

  • Chicano Federation, Inc.
    San Diego, California

    The Chicano Federation is a social services agency working to enrich the community and improve the lives of men, women, and children of all ethnicities and ages.  The Chicano Federation creates...Read More

  • Clínicas de Salud del Pueblo, Inc.
    Brawley, California

    Clinicas de Salud del Pueblo is a private, non-profit corporation providing an array comprehensive primary care services to residents throughout California's Imperial and Riverside County....Read More

  • Community Child Care Council of Santa Clara County
    San Jose, California

    Founded in 1972, Community Child Care Council of Santa Clara County (4C) is designated by the California Department of Education to provide child care resources and referral services in Santa Clara...Read More

  • Community HousingWorks
    San Diego, California

    Community HousingWorks develops and maintains quality affordable housing, creates homeownership opportunities, supports local leaders, and provides community-based education and services in order...Read More

  • Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Orange County (CCCSOC)
    Santa Ana,

    Founded in 1966, Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Orange County (CCCSOC) is dedicated to assisting consumers acheive financial stability through education and counseling.  A member of the...Read More

  • Delhi Community Center
    Santa Ana, California

    Delhi Community Center is a nonprofit organization founded in 1969 to work with the diverse Latino community in developing their leadership capacity and increasing their participation in enhancing...Read More

  • East LA Community Corporation (ELACC)
    Los Angeles, California

    Established in 1996, East LA Community Corporation (ELACC) works to advocate for economic and social justice in Boyle Heights and East Los Angeles by building grassroots leadership, developing...Read More

  • Eastmont Community Center
    Los Angeles, California

    The Eastmont Community Center was founded in 1967 in partnership with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) to enhance the quality of life for children, youth, working adults, and seniors in...Read More

  • El Centro del Pueblo
    Los Angeles, California

    Founded in 1974, El Centro del Pueblo works to provide social services as a vehicle for improving the quality of life for the youth and families of Los Angeles' Echo Park, temple-Beaudry,...Read More

  • El Concilio – Council for the Spanish Speaking
    Stockton, California

    Established in 1968, El Concilio – Council for the Spanish Speaking addresses the social and economic needs of the disadvantaged in San Joaquín County, California. El Concilio provides legalization...Read More

  • El Proyecto del Barrio, Inc.
    Arleta, California

    Founded in 1970, El Proyecto del Barrio is a nonprofit organization providing bilingual/bicultural comprehensive community services and advocacy in the areas of drug and alcohol prevention and...Read More

  • El Sol Science and Arts Academy
    Santa Ana, California

    Established n 2001, El Sol Science and Arts Academy is a dual-immersion charter school whose mission is to provide a rigorous academic environment that prepares students for entrance into a college...Read More

  • Farm Worker Institute for Education & Leadership Development (FIELD)
    Tehachapi, California

    Founded in 1978 by Cesar E. Chavez, Farm Worker Institute for Education & Leadership (FIELD) is a nonprofit community-based organization committed to promoting economic and social prosperity in...Read More

  • La Clínica de La Raza
    Oakland, California

    Established in 1971, La Clínica de La Raza's network of health centers work to improve the quality of life of the diverse communities it serves by providing culturally appropriate, high-quality,...Read More

  • La Familia Counseling Service
    Hayward, California

    La Familia Counseling Service is a community-based organization providing a broad range of human services with emphasis on community education and mental health. La Familia provides mental health...Read More

  • La Maestra Community Health Centers
    San Diego, California

    La Maestra Community Health Centers is a federally qualified health center that provides comprehensive medical and support services in the San Diego region’s most culturally diverse and...Read More

  • Lighthouse Community Charter School
    Oakland, California

    Established in 2002, Lighthouse Community Charter School (LCCS) in downtown Oakland, California works to prepare students for college or the career of their choice by equipping each child with the...Read More

  • Los Angeles Leadership Academy
    Los Angeles, California

    Established in 2002, the Los Angeles Leadership Academy prepares urban secondary students to succeed in college or on chosen career paths, to live fulfilling, self-directed lives, and to be...Read More

  • MAAC Project
    Chula Vista, California

    Established in 1965, the MAAC Project is a multipurpose social service agency with a successful 38-year history of serving various communities throughout San Diego County. As one of the most...Read More

  • Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF)
    Montebello, California

    Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) is a community-based nonprofit established in 1963 to bring much-needed services to the Mexican American community of East Los Angeles. Since that...Read More

  • Mission Asset Fund (MAF)
    San Francisco, California

    The Mission Asset Fund (MAF) is a San Francisco nonprofit organization working to expand access to financial services, savings, and investment opportunities for low-income and working-poor...Read More

  • Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA)
    San Francisco, California

    MEDA is a community-based, local economic development corporation located in the Mission District of San Francisco.  For more than 38 years, MEDA has worked to improve economic and social...Read More

  • Montebello Housing Development Corporation
    Montebello, California

    The Montebello Housing Development Corporation (MHDC) is a nonprofit corporation founded in 1992. Their goal is to provide affordable housing through the offering of a variety of programs and...Read More

  • Mujeres Latinas de Stanislaus
    Modesto, California

  • National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP)
    Los Angeles, California

    The National Association of Latino Independent Producer’s (NALIP) mission is to promote the advancement, development, and funding of Latino/a film and media arts in all genres. NALIP is the only...Read More

  • NeighborWorks Orange County
    Orange, California

    Established in 1977, NeighborWorks Orange County (formerly known as Neighborhood Housing Services of Orange County) strengthens communities and enhances the quality of life for working families by...Read More

  • Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services, Inc.
    Ontario, California

    Established in 1991, Neighborhood Partnership Housing Services, Inc. (NPHS) is a  community development organization dedicated to building stronger communities by providing innovative homeownership...Read More

  • New Economics for Women (NEW)
    Los Angeles, California

    New Economics for Women (NEW) is an economic development organization committed to improving the lives of low-income families. Founded in 1985, NEW is based on the principle that a holistic...Read More

  • Para los Niños
    Los Angeles, California

    Established in 1980, Para Los Niños is a nonprofit organization that has worked for more than thirty years to create academic success and social well-being for children. Through early education...Read More

  • Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE)
    National City, California

    The Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE) was established in 1987 to assist in educating low-income and limited-English-speaking families of southern California on the importance of...Read More

  • Partnerships to Uplift Communities (PUC)
    Burbank, California

    Partnerships to Uplift Communities (PUC) is a non-profit charter school management organization designed to significantly increase colleage entrance and graduation rates for underserved students in...Read More

  • San Ysidro Health Center, Inc.
    San Ysidro, California

    Since 1969, San Ysidro Health Center (SYHC) has been providing quality, low-cost, primary health care services to South Bay & Central/Southeastern San Diego residents. SYHC offers an extensive...Read More

  • Self-Help Enterprises (SHE)
    Visalia, California

    Formed in 1965, Self-Help Enterprises (SHE) works to assist low-income families of the San Joaquin Valley to improve their living conditions. 

  • Semillas Sociedad Civil
    Los Angeles, California

    Semillas Sociedad Civil is dedicated to educational excellence, an appreciation of the cultural and intellectual heritage of Indigenous Peoples and the promotion of positive social awareness....Read More

  • Spanish Speaking Citizens’ Foundation
    Oakland, California

    Established in 1965, the mission of the Spanish Speaking Citizens’ Foundation is to help East Bay families improve their lives, embrace their heritage, and develop as civic leaders by promoting...Read More

  • Synergy Academies
    Los Angeles, California

    Synergy Academies operates nationally recognized, high-performing public charter schools in South Central Los Angeles.  Its mission is to eliminate the achievement gap that has persisted for...Read More

  • TODEC Legal Center - Perris
    Perris, California

    Established in 1996, TODEC’s mission is to empower disenfranchised immigrant communities to become economically, socially, educationally, and civically self-sufficient while enhancing individual...Read More

  • The Accelerated School Community of Schools
    Los Angeles, California

    The Accelerated School (TAS) Community of Schools is an organization of public schools composed of three charter schools and one preschool.  Located on the Main Street corridor in South Central Los...Read More

  • The Unity Council
    Oakland, California

    Founded in 1964, The Unity Council (officially known as the Spanish Skeaking Unity Council) is a non-profit community development corporation committed to enriching the quality of life of families...Read More

  • Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, Inc.
    Union City, California

    Founded in 1971, The Tiburcio Vasquez Health Center, Inc. (TVHC) is dedicated to promoting the health and well-being of the community by providing acessible, high-quality care.  The organization is...Read More

  • Visionary Home Builders of California
    Stockton, California

    Founded in 1983, Visionary Home Builders of California creates and advocates for healthy, vibrant, safe communities through the development of afforable housing and educational opportunities to...Read More

  • Watts/Century Latino Organization
    Los Angeles, California

    Founded in 1990, Watts/Century Latino Organization (WCLO) is a nonprofit, community-based organization dedicated to supporting the development of healthy neighborhoods and self-sufficient families....Read More

  • Youth Policy Institute
    Los Angeles, California

    The Youth Policy Institute (YPI) is a nonprofit organization providing technology-based education and training for disadvantaged communities in California and nationwide. YPI developed in 1983 as...Read More

Colorado (7) +

  • Chavez/Huerta K-12 Preparatory Academy
    Pueblo, Colorado

    The primary goal of Chavez/Huerta K-12 Preparatory Academy is to provide all students with an advanced and accelerated college preparatory educational program in a supportive and challenging...Read More

  • Colorado Latino Leadership, Advocacy & Research Organization (CLLARO)
    Denver, Colorado

    Colorado Latino Leadership, Advocacy & Research Organization (CLLARO) is a statewide, nonpartisan, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that works to educate, develop leadership, advocate for the...Read More

  • Del Norte Neighborhood Development Corporation
    Denver, Colorado

    Del Norte was founded in 1978 by a group of concerned activists of Denver’s Highland neighborhood who recognized the overwhelming need for decent housing, affordable to low-income residents of...Read More

  • El Comité de Longmont
    Longmont, Colorado

    Established in 1980, El Comité de Longmont is a grassroots organization that improves the social justice, education and economic status of the Latino and non-Latino people of  Colorado's Longmont,...Read More

  • GOAL Academy
    Pueblo, Colorado

    Guided Online Academic Learning (GOAL) Academy is a public online charter high school that serving students in more than 13 Colorado communities.  GOAL Academy works to graduate students who...Read More

  • Mi Casa Resource Center, Inc.
    Denver, Colorado

    Founded in 1976, Mi Casa Resource Center, Inc. provides quality employment and education programs that promote economic independence for low-income, predominantly Hispanic women and youth. Mi Casa...Read More

  • Southwest Improvement Council (SWIC)
    Denver, Colorado

    Established in 1987, Southwest Improvement Council (SWIC) works to empower the people of Denver, CO and improve their quality of life.  SWIC restores community values by creating solutions for...Read More

Georgia (2) +

  • CETPA, Inc.
    Norcross, Georgia

    CETPA, Inc. is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing affordable, linguistic and culturally appropriate mental health and substance abuse treatment and prevention services to the Latino...Read More

  • Dalton-Whitfield Community Development Corporation
    Dalton, Georgia

    Established in 2003, Dalton-Whitfield Community Development Corporation- a HUD-certified housing conseling agency- works to facilitate the ability of Georgia's Dalton and Whitfield county residents...Read More

Delaware (2) +

  • La Esperanza, Inc.
    Georgetown, Delaware

    Founded in 1996, La Esperanza supports the integration and empowerment of immigrants as worthy, productive, and contributing residents of Sussex County, Delaware.  Since its founding, La Esperanza...Read More

  • Latin American Community Center, Inc.
    Wilmington, Delaware

    Founded in 1969, the mission of the Latin American Community Center (LACC) is to advocate for and assist the Latino community by offering resources and programs that promote empowerment and an...Read More

District of Columbia (12) +

  • Ayuda, Inc
    Washington, District of Columbia

    Ayuda is a non-profit organization established in 1973 that envisions a community where all immigrants can overcome obstacles in order to succeed and thrive in the United States. Ayuda pursues this...Read More

  • Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School
    Washington, District of Columbia

    In its more than 40 year history, the Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School has gone from a small grassroots English as a Second Language (ELS) program to a ocmprehensive adult...Read More

  • Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)
    Washington, District of Columbia

    The Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) is a community-based organization that seeks to foster the comprehensive development of the Latino community in the Washington metropolitan region....Read More

  • CentroNía
    Washington, District of Columbia

    CentroNía is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community-based organization that provides affordable, high-quality education, professional development, and family-support services to nearly 1,200 low-income...Read More

  • La Clínica del Pueblo, Inc.
    Washington, District of Columbia

    La Clínica del Pueblo, Inc. is a bilingual, bicultural medical clinic providing free comprehensive care to the Latino population in the D.C. metropolitan area. La Clínica has over 8,000 client...Read More

  • Latin American Montessori Bilingual (LAMB) Public Charter School
    Washington, District of Columbia

    The Latin American Montessori Bilingual Public Charter School (LAMB) has the distinction of being one of a handful of schools nationwide that offers free/public dual-language immersion Montessori...Read More

  • Latin American Youth Center (LAYC)
    Washington, District of Columbia

    Established in 1969, the Latin American Youth Center (LAYC) is committed to giving youth opportunities to develop critical thinking and leadership skills. LAYC encourages youth to realize their...Read More

  • Latino Economic Development Corporation (LEDC)
    Washington, District of Columbia

    The Latino Economic Development Corporation was founded in 1991 as a nonprofit community development corporation to further the economic, business, cultural, and human development of the Latino...Read More

  • Mary’s Center
    Washington, District of Columbia

    Founded in 1988, Mary's Center is a Federally Qualified Health Center that provides health care, educational and social services to underserved, underinsured and uninsured individuals in the...Read More

  • Multicultural Career Intern Program
    Washington, District of Columbia

    Founded in 1979 with a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Multicultural Career Intern Program (MCIP) began as an alternative school designed to serve the growing number of...Read More

  • Multicultural Community Service (MCS)
    Washington, District of Columbia

    Multicultural Community Service’s (MSC) mission is to transform racial, cultural, and ethnic intolerance into a sense of richness in our diversity; to build communication bridges where we now find...Read More

  • SED Center
    Washington, District of Columbia

    Founded in 1971, The Spanish Education Development (SED) Center provides educational programs for children ages 3 months to 4 years, their families, and adults in the Washington metropolitan area,...Read More

Florida (13) +

  • Amigos for Kids
    Miami, Florida

    Amigos for Kids responds to the diverse needs of South Florida’s abused, abandoned, neglected and less-fortunate children. To fulfill its mission, Amigos for Kids implements an array of programs,...Read More

  • Centro Campesino Farmworker Center, Inc.
    Florida City, Florida

    Centro Campesino Farmworker Center, Inc. (CCFC) is a not-for-profit rural development organization dedicated to improving the quality of life and self-sufficiency of migrant and seasonal...Read More

  • Coalition of Florida Farmworker Organizations, Inc.
    Florida City, Florida

    Founded in 1980, the Coalition of Florida Farmworker Organizations, Inc. (COFFO) is a statewide organization whose main objective is to enhance the living and working conditions of farmworkers and...Read More

  • Connect Familias
    Miami, Florida

    ConnectFamilias is built on the premise that children do better when their families are strong, and parents do better when they live in places that help them succeed and become productive...Read More

  • Hispanic Health Initiatives, Inc.
    Casselberry, Florida

    Incorporated in 2000, Hispanic Health Initiatives, Inc. (HHI) works to educated and connect medically under-served families with health education and services through the disseminaton of accurate...Read More

  • Hispanic Services Council
    Tampa , Florida

    Hispanic Services Council is a community-based organization working to improve the quality of life of all Hillsborough County residents by promoting academic success of children and youth,...Read More

  • Hispanic Unity of Florida, Inc.
    Hollywood, Florida

    Founded in 1982 in South Florida as a haven for immigrants and refugees, Hispanic Unity of Florida (HUF) has grown to serve diverse and multicultural working families from teh United States as well...Read More

  • Housing and Education Alliance
    Tampa, Florida

    The Housing and Education Alliance’s (HEA) mission is to provide and sustain homeownersihp opportunities through services in homebuyer education, counseling, lending and development. The agency...Read More

  • Latino Leadership, Inc.
    Orlando, Florida

    Latino Leadership, Inc. is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization whose mission is to guarantee the welfare of Latino children in the U.S. by pursuing the development of a model, strong and vibrant...Read More

  • Mexican American Council, Inc.
    Florida City, Florida

    Founded in 1981, under the name Mexican American Arts & Cultural Council, Mexican American Council is a cultural and educational organization composed of Hispanics, former farmworkers, and...Read More

  • Pine Manor Improvement Association
    Fort Myers, Florida

    The Pine Manor Improvement Association is a private nonprofit agency that provides services to children and families who are at risk in the Pine Manor area of Fort Myers.  

  • Redlands Christian Migrant Association
    Immokalee, Florida

    The Redlands Christian Migrant Association (RCMA) provides quality child care and early education for thousands of children of migrant farm workers and rural, low-income families throughout...Read More

  • UnidosNow
    Sarasota, Florida

    UnidosNow's mission is to become the trusted link to the Latino population and the community that serves them. UnidosNow's signature program is the Future Leaders Academy (FLA), a comprehensive...Read More

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Hawaii ( 0 )

Idaho (1) +

  • Community Council of Idaho, Inc.
    Caldwell, Idaho

    The Community Council of Idaho provides services and activities for farmworkers, Latinos, and other low-income families in Idaho. In addition to providing employment and training, early childhood...Read More

Illinois (16) +

  • Alivio Medical Center
    Chicago, Illinois

    Alivio Medical Center was founded in 1989 as a bilingual, bicultural, nonprofit community health center in the heart of Chicago's Pilsen community. Alivio is committed to providing access to...Read More

  • Association House of Chicago
    Chicago, Illinois

    Since 1899, Association House has worked with Chicagoans who seek tools to lead more productive lives. It is one of the oldest "settlement houses" in Chicago originally designed to provide relief...Read More

  • Brighton Park Neighborhood Council
    Chicago, Illinois

    The Brighton Park Neighborhood Council (BPNC) is a community-based, nonprofit organization serving a low-income working class neighborhood on Chicago’s southwest side. BPNC’s mission is to create...Read More

  • El Hogar del Niño
    Chicago, Illinois

    Founded in 1987, El Hogar del Niño is committed to providing comprehensive bilingual and bicultural early childhood development programs for infants, preschool and school-age children, and their...Read More

  • Enlace Chicago
    Chicago, Illinois

    Founded in 1990, Enlace Chicago, formerly Little Village Community Development Corporation, is dedicated to one goal: that development in their respective community is responsive to the needs of...Read More

  • Erie Neighborhood House
    Chicago, Illinois

    Established in 1870 in the settlement house tradition, Erie House evolved into one of the first comprehensive social service agencies in Chicago, serving the city’s low-income and immigrant...Read More

  • Gads Hill Center
    Chicago, Illinois

    Established in 1898, Gads Hill Center is a family center that works to develop the assets of children, youth, adults, and families.  Working in collaboration with other community organizations,...Read More

  • Illinois Migrant Council
    Chicago, Illinois

    The Illinois Migrant Council (IMC) is a community-based nonprofit organization with the primary mission of promoting employment, education, health, housing, and other opportunities for migrant and...Read More

  • Instituto del Progreso Latino
    Chicago, Illinois

    Founded in 1977, Instituto del Progreso Latino (IPL) is dedicated to promoting the full development of Latinos and their families with programs in education training, employment, and leadership....Read More

  • Latino Policy Forum
    Chicago, Illinois

    The Latino Policy Forum is the only organization in the Chicago area that facilitates the involvement of Latinos at all levels of public decision-making. The Latino Policy Forum strives to improve...Read More

  • Latinos Progresando
    Chicago, Illinois

    Latinos Progresando (LP) was founded in 1998 to address the paucity of high-quality, accessible, culturally and linguistically sensitive community resources in Little Village and Pilsen.  The...Read More

  • Mujeres Latinas En Acción
    Chicago, Illinois

    The principal purpose of Mujeres Latinas en Acción empowers Latinas by providing services that reflect their values and culture and by being an advocate on the issues that make a difference in...Read More

    Chicago, Illinois

    Established in 1997, PODER works to provide the necessary academic tools to promote human dignity, to increase employment potential, and to facilitate participation in the greater Chicago...Read More

  • Spanish Coalition for Housing
    Chicago, Illinois

    Established in 1966, the mission of Spanish Coalition for Housing is to provide comprehensive counseling, education and housing resources necessary for housing product consumers to develop...Read More

  • The Center for Changing Lives
    Chicago, Illinois

    The Center for Changing Lives (CCL) provides comprehensive support to serve, empower, and advocate for Logan Park and Humboldt Park community residents who are experiencing homelessness or housing...Read More

  • The Resurrection Project
    Chicago, Illinois

    Founded In 1990 by six parishes in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood, the mission of The Resurrection Project is to build relationships and challenge people to act on their faith and values to create...Read More

Indiana ( 0 )

Kansas (4) +

  • El Centro, Inc.
    Kansas City, Kansas

    Founded in 1976, El Centro, Inc. works to strengthen communities and empower families through educational, social, and economic opportunities.  To meet its mission, El Centro provides programs and...Read More

  • Harvest America Corporation
    Kansas City, Kansas

    Founded in 1981, Harvest America Corporation’s principal purpose is to develop self-sufficiency for migrant and seasonal workers and the rural poor throughout Kansas. Its principal constituency is...Read More

  • SER Corporation Kansas
    Wichita, Kansas

    Established in 1974, SER Corporation Kansas addresses the needs of Hispanics and other persons in Kansas by providing educational classes, skills training, job development opportunities, computer...Read More

  • Turner House Children’s Clinic, Inc.
    Kansas City, Kansas

    Since 1990, volunteer and staff pediatricians at Turner House Clinic have provided pediatric medical services in one of the neediest neighborhoods in Kansas City, Kansas.  Today, more than 4,100...Read More

Kentucky ( 0 )

Louisiana (1) +

  • Puentes New Orleans, Inc.
    New Orleans , Louisiana

    Founded in 2007 in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Puentes New Orleans is committed to buildinding assets and creating access to economic development, civic engagement, education, policy...Read More

Maine ( 0 )

Maryland (2) +

  • Casa de Maryland, Inc.
    Silver Spring, Maryland

    Incorporated February 28, 1985, CASA of Maryland, Inc. (CASA) has evolved from focusing primarily on direct service provision for Central American refugees to providing a range of activities that...Read More

  • Identity, Inc.
    Gaithersburg, Maryland

    Identity, Inc. is a community-based organization in Montgomery County, Maryland that aims to empower Latino youth to reach their full potential.  Major programs include activities outside of school...Read More

Minnesota (3) +

  • Academia Cesar Chavez
    St. Paul, Minnesota

    Academia Cesar Chavez (ACC) works to improve educational opportunities for children and families. ACC is a culturally competent community school dedicated to a community-based holistic approach to...Read More

  • Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio (CLUES)
    St. Paul, Minnesota

    Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio (CLUES) is dedicated to meeting the needs of Minnesota's growing Latino community. With over a 22-year history of service, understanding, and results, CLUES...Read More

  • El Colegio Charter School
    Minneapolis, Minnesota

    El Colegio Charter School is a small public high school in Minneapolis tht has been serving students in English and Spanish since 2000.  El Colegio engages students in challenging, profound...Read More

Massachusetts (5) +

  • East Boston Ecumenical Community Council (EBECC)
    East Boston, Massachusetts

    Founded in 1978, East Boston Ecumenical Community Council (EBECC) works to promote harmony within the East Boston community by encouraging and nurturing positive relationships among people of...Read More

  • Hyde Square Task Force
    Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts

    Founded in the 1980s, Hyde Squre Task Force is committed to developing the skills of youth and their families so that they are empowered to enhance their own lives and build a strong and vibrant...Read More

  • La Alianza Hispana, Inc.
    Roxbury, Massachusetts

    La Alianza Hispana serves the Latino community and all residents of the surrounding Dudley Square neighborhoods. It's goal is to empower individuals and families, strengthen communities and develop...Read More

  • Lawrence Community Works
    Lawrence, Massachusetts

    Lawrence CommunityWorks (LCW) is a nonprofit community development corporation and a growing network of 4,500 residents and other stakeholders dedicated to revitalizing the physical, economic,...Read More

  • Sociedad Latina
    Roxbury, Massachusetts

    Sociedad Latina is a community-based organization providing a broad array of programs to enhance the overall health and well-being of the Latino community and its youth, in particular. With the...Read More

Michigan (5) +

  • Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation
    Detroit, Michigan

    Detroit Hispanic Development Corporation (DHDC) is a nonprofit community-based organization that provides services to the Latino community in southwest Detroit. The mission of DHDC is to build and...Read More

  • Hispanic American Council, Inc.
    Kalamazoo, Michigan

    The Hispanic American Council, Inc. (the Council) is a nonprofit community-based organization established to advocate for the wellbeing of the Hispanic population in Southwest Michigan.  As a...Read More

  • Hispanic Center of Western Michigan
    Grand Rapids, Michigan

    Founded in 1978, The Hispanic Center of Western Michigan is a community-based, nonprofit organization serving the needs of the Hispanic and broader community.  It strives to provide an avenue for...Read More

  • MHP Salud
    Ypsilanti, Michigan

    Established in 1983, MHP Salud builds on community strengths to improve health in underserved communities. MHP Salud’s programs provide peer health education, increase access to health resources...Read More

  • Southwest Solutions
    Detroit, Michigan

    Established in in 1970, Southwest Solutions is a leading provider of both human services and affordable housing and economic development.  Its goal is to improve the health and wellbeing of...Read More

Mississippi (1) +

  • Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance (MIRA)
    Jackson, Mississippi

    The Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance (MIRA) is a membership-based alliance which guarantees the human rights of immigrants and all workers in Mississippi. MIRA works to support immigrants in...Read More

Missouri (3) +

  • Guadalupe Centers, Inc.
    Kansas City, Missouri

    Guadalupe Center, Inc. (GCI) is a community-based organization that seeks to serve the needs of the elderly, youth, and other residents of the Westside community, as well as Hispanics throughout...Read More

  • Hispanic Economic Development Corporation (HEDC)
    Kansas City, Missouri

    Established n 1993, The Hispanic Economic Development Corporation (HEDC) is a nonprofit community development corporation dedicated to improving the lives of Latinos within the grater Kansas City....Read More

  • Mattie Rhodes Center
    Kansas City, Missouri

    Founded in 1894, Mattie Rhodes Center (MRC) bridges cultures and communities through the arts, mental health and social services. MRC empowers individuals and families through culturally competent,...Read More

Montana ( 0 )

Nebraska (1) +

  • OneWorld Community Health Centers, Inc.
    Omaha, Nebraska

    One World Community Health Center, formerly Indian Chicano Health Center, was established in 1970 and for the past 31 years has provided health care to the medically underserved in the South Omaha...Read More

Nevada (3) +

  • Community Services of Nevada – CSNV
    Las Vegas, Nevada

    The Community Services of Nevada – CSNV was founded in 1996. The organization seeks to support the development of self-sufficient families by working with public and private sector agencies. They...Read More

  • Housing for Nevada (HFN), Inc.
    Las Vegas, Nevada

    Housing for Nevada (HFN), Inc. is a Clark County-wide community housing development organization that increases awareness of affordable housing options; creates better informed consumers through...Read More

  • Mariposa Dual Language Academy
    Reno, Nevada

    Mariposa Academy promotes academic achievement through dual language learning and celebrates the diverse heritage and culture of the community.  Its overall goal is to ensure that its students...Read More

New Hampshire ( 0 )

New Jersey (1) +

New Mexico (8) +

  • Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce
    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    Founded in 1975, the mission of the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce is to advocate, strengthen, retain, and expand small businesses by fostering economic development locally, nationally,...Read More

  • HELP - New Mexico, Inc.
    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    Established in 1965, HELP-New Mexico is a community-based organization that works to create self-sufficiency and provide economic opportunities to strengthen families throughout New Mexico.

  • Hands Across Cultures (HAC)
    Española, New Mexico

    Hands Across Cultures (HAC) is a private, nonprofit agency dedicated to improving the health, education, and well-being of the people of northern New Mexico through family-centered approaches...Read More

  • National Latino Behavioral Health Association (NLBHA)
    Cochiti Lake, New Mexico

    Founded in 2002, the National Latino Behavioral Health Association (NLBHA) was established to fill a need for a united national voice for Latino populations in the behavioral health arena and to...Read More

  • Rio Grande Alcoholism Treatment Program, Inc.
    Embudo, New Mexico

    Founded in 1979, Rio Grande Center is a private, nonprofit regional alcoholism treatment facility whose mission is to provide alcoholism treatment to those individuals whose use and/or abuse of...Read More

  • Siete Del Norte Community Development Corporation
    Embudo, New Mexico

    Established in 1973, Siete Del Norte’s purpose is to stimulate economic development activities in northern New Mexico. Siete’s programs and services include: a residential care program, a long-term...Read More

  • YES Housing, Inc.
    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    Founded in 1990, YES Housing, Inc. (YES) was established to develop and implement both affordable housing and economic development opportunities in underserved communities. YES has developed and...Read More

  • Youth Development, Inc.
    Albuquerque, New Mexico

    Founded in 1971, Youth Development, Inc. (YDI) is a community-based youth service system offering an effective continuum of care designed to help the most vulnerable and at-risk children, youth,...Read More

New York (11) +

  • Acacia Network
    Bronx, New York

    Acacia Network, Inc. represents the united capacity, reach and expertise of the largest and most respected Latino-based not-for-profit in New York State.  Acacia Network provides primary health...Read More

  • Amber Charter School
    New York, New York

    Amber Charter School was founded in September 2000. Sponsored by Community Association of Progressive Dominicans, Amber is New York City’s first charter school founded by a minority community-based...Read More

  • Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation
    Brooklyn, New York

    Established in 1983, Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation (CHLDC) works to revitalize the communities of Cypress Hills, City Lane, and "north core" of East New York by providing affordable...Read More

  • Dominican Women’s Development Center
    New York, New York

    Founded in 1988, the Dominican Women's Development Center was created to contribute to the empowerment of Dominican and other Latina women to seek solutions to the problems affecting them in their...Read More

  • East Harlem Council for Community Improvement (EHCCI)
    New York, New York

    Established in 1979, East Harlem Council for Community Improvement (EHCCI) works to deliver social services to the residents and community of East Harlem and Greater New York.  EHCCI is part of the...Read More

  • Hispanic Resource Center
    Mamaroneck, New York

    The Hispanic Resource Center (HRC) is a nonprofit community-based organization founded in 1998 to promote the cultural, economic, educational, and professional integration of immigrants to the...Read More

  • Ibero-American Action League Inc.
    Rochester, New York

    Ibero-American Action League, Inc. is a human services agency that provides culturally sensitive and culturally equipped services and programs to Latinos and the general community.  Ibero is the...Read More

  • La Fuerza Unida, Inc.
    Glen Cove, New York

    Established in 1978, La Fuerza Unida, Inc. works to enhance the social, literary, educational, cultural, and economic conditions of Hispanic-Americans as well as the low and moderate income...Read More

  • Make the Road New York
    Brooklyn, New York

    Founded in 1997, Make the Road New York (MRNY) build the power of Latino and working class communities to achieve dignity and justice through organizing, policy innovation, transformative...Read More

  • PathStone Corporation
    Rochester, New York

    Established in 1969, PathStone is a private, not-for-profit regional community development and human service organization providing services to farmworkers, low-income families and economically...Read More

  • The Committee for Hispanic Children and Families
    New York, New York

    Founded in 1982, the mission of The Committee for Hispanic Children and Families (CHCF)  is to combine education and advocacy to expand opportunities for children and families, and strengthen the...Read More

North Carolina (4) +

  • El Centro Hispano, Inc.
    Durham, North Carolina

    Established in 1992, El Centro Hispano (ECH) is a grassroots community-based organization dedicated to strengthening the Hispanic/Latino community and improving the life of residents in North...Read More

  • El Pueblo, Inc.
    Raleigh, North Carolina

    El Pueblo, Inc. is a North Carolina statewide Latino advocacy and public policy organization, working to achieve positive social change by building consciousness, capacity, and community action.

  • Latin American Coalition
    Charlotte, North Carolina

    Founded in 1990, the Latin American Coalition’s (LAC) mission is to empower the Latino community by providing enhanced information and education initiatives that will promote full Hispanic...Read More

  • Latino Community Credit Union
    Durham, North Carolina

    The Latino Community Credit Union (LCCU) is a community-based and member-owned nonprofit financial institution that provides protection of financial assets, access to loans, financial independence,...Read More

North Dakota ( 0 )

Ohio (6) +

  • Adelante, The Latino and Community Resource Center
    Toledo, Ohio

    Adelante's mission and purpose is to move the community forward by implementing our programs to serve and empower individuals and families in Northwest Ohio through education, prevention, economic...Read More

  • Campaign for Migrant Worker Justice
    Toledo, Ohio

    The Campaign for Migrant Worker Justice is a not-for-profit tax-exempt organization founded to support the human rights and self-determination for those involved in the farm labor and immigrant...Read More

  • El Barrio Centers for Workforce Development
    Cleveland, Ohio

    El Barrio Centers for Workforce Development, part of the Centers for Families and Children, works to empower Hispanics to become self-sufficient participants in broader society by providing them...Read More

  • El Centro de Servicios Sociales, Inc.
    Lorain, Ohio

    Founded in 1974, El Centro de Servicios Sociales (El Centro) is a Hispanic-Latino nonprofit advocacy organization whose mission is to enhance the socio-economic status of Ohio's greater Lorain...Read More

  • Ohio Hispanic Coalition
    Columbus, Ohio

    Established in 1990, the Ohio Hispanic Coalition (OHCO) works to improve the wellbeing and quality of life of all Latinos through advocacy, education, training, and access to quality services.  

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  • Spanish American Committee
    Cleveland, Ohio

    The Spanish American Committee was founded in 1966 and is the oldest Hispanic nonprofit organization in the state of Ohio. Their mission is to serve as the gateway for socioeconomic success for the...Read More

Oklahoma (2) +

  • Latino Community Development Agency (LCDA)
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Founded in 1991, the Latino Community Development Agency (LCDA) aims to enhance the quality of life of the Latino community through education, leadership, services, and advocacy. LCDA’s programs...Read More

  • Santa Fe South Schools, Inc.
    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Santa Fe South Schools, Inc. is a charter school operator in south Oklahoma City. They currently enroll 650 students in grades seven through 12 at their junior high, high school, and alternative...Read More

Oregon (6) +

  • Bienestar
    Hillsboro, Oregon

    Bienestar is a nonprofit community development corporation with a portfolio of 11 multifamily properties in Oregon.  For over 30 years, Bienestar has provided affordable housing and resident...Read More

  • Hacienda Community Development Corporation
    Portland, Oregon

    Hacienda Community Development Corporation was founded in 1992 in order to improve the overall quality of life of low-income Hispanics by developing a permanent resource of affordable housing,...Read More

  • Latino Network
    Portland, Oregon

    Established in 1996, Latino Network provides transformative opportunities, services, and advocacy for the education, leadership and civic engagement of our youth, families and communities.

  • Portland Housing Center
    Portland, Oregon

    Established in 1991,The Portland Housing Center is a nonprofit organization working to ensure all Portland residents have equal access to information and resources to achieve home ownership. It...Read More

  • Salem/Keizer Coalition for Equality
    Salem, Oregon

    Established in 1999, the Salem/Keizer Coalition for Equality (SKCE) is a multi-racial/ethnic community organization whose mission is to promote equity for  children and families in education and in...Read More

  • Voz Workers’ Rights Education Project
    Portland, Oregon

    VOZ Workers’ Rights Education Project (“VOZ”) is a worker-led organization that empowers immigrants and day laborers to gain control over their working conditions.  VOZ believes that in order to...Read More

Pennsylvania (7) +

  • Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha (APM)
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    APM is a Latino-based health, human services, community and economic development nonprofit organization serving the Philadelphia area.  Our mission is to help families achieve their greatest...Read More

  • Centro Hispano Daniel Torres
    Reading, Pennsylvania

    The mission of Centro Hispano Daniel Torres is to support and enhance the acculturation of the Latino population in the Greater Reading area through collaborative initiatives designed to enable...Read More

  • Congreso
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Founded in 1977, Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc. (Congreso) provides innovative, bilingual/bicultural services to North Philadelphia’s Latino neighborhoods. Congreso has evolved from a primarily...Read More

  • El Concilio
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Founded in 1962, The Council of Spanish Speaking Organizations (El Concilio), is the oldest Latino organization in Philadelphia.  El Concilio works to ensure that equitable social, educational,...Read More

  • Hispanic American Organization
    Allentown, Pennsylvania

    Founded in 1976, the Hispanic American Organization works is to improve the quality of life of Hispanic families by helping them become more economically self-sufficient through better health,...Read More

  • I-Lead Charter School
    Reading, Pennsylvania

    The I-LEAD Charter School provides 9th through 12th grade youth who are disconnected from school with the opportunity to re-engage in their education and transition successfully into adulthood....Read More

  • Spanish American Civic Association (SACA)
    Lancaster, Pennsylvania

    The Spanish American Civic Associaton (SACA) is committed to fostering and perpetuating the cultural, social, and economic well-being of the Latinos residing in the City and County of Lancaster,...Read More

Puerto Rico ( 0 )

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Texas (23) +

  • AAMA, Inc.
    Houston, Texas

    AAMA’s mission is to inspire and empower at-risk Latinos to pursue their potential and achieve success. For more than four decades, AAMA has been one of the most effective organizations in the...Read More

  • American YouthWorks
    Austin, Texas

    American YouthWorks (AYW) began in 1976 as a jail arts and education program. In 1981, AYW established Austin’s first program to serve high school dropouts, and in 1996 AYW began one of the first...Read More

  • Avenida Guadalupe Association
    San Antonio, Texas

    Founded in 1979, the Avenida Guadalupe Association is a neighborhood-based organization located on the westside of San Antonio which conducts nonprofit neighborhood revitalization and economic...Read More

  • Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe, Inc.
    El Paso, Texas

    Founded in 1968, Centro de Salud Familiar La Fe, Inc. is a community health center that provides comprehensive health care services primarily to the indigent Hispanic community of El Paso County....Read More

  • Con Mi MADRE
    Austin, Texas

    Con Mi MADRE aims to empower young Latinas and their mothers through education and support services that increase preparedness, participation, and success in post-secondary education. Starting in...Read More

  • D.R.A.W. Academy
    Houston, Texas

    The D.R.A.W. Academy serves students from Pre-K to grade 12 as an open enrollment campus. The Academy provides a quality experiential learning environment by creating an active, interactive...Read More

  • East Austin College Prep Academy
    Austin, Texas

    East Austin College Prep Academy (EACPA) is an open enrollment charter school that prepares underprivileged, minority children with a college readiness education that promotes an expectation of...Read More

  • El Paso Community Action Program Project Bravo, Inc.
    El Paso, Texas

    Project BRAVO, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization and the local Community Action Program that exists to maximize resources for an improved quality of life for the economically disadvantaged...Read More

  • Gulf Coast Council of La Raza, Inc.
    Corpus Christi, Texas

    The Gulf Coast Council of La Raza (GCCLR) is an organization dedicated to promoting the social, educational, economic, and physical well-being of disadvantaged youth in Corpus Christi and in Nueces...Read More

  • Houston Gateway Academy, Inc.
    Houston, Texas

    Houston Gateway Academy, Inc. (HGA) is an open enrollment charter school located in southeast Houston that serves primarily Hispanic students and their families with prekindergarten through ninth...Read More

  • KIPP Houston Public Schools
    Houston, Texas

    KIPP Houston Public Schools, part of the national KIPP Network, is committed to develop the academic skills, intellectual habits, and qualities of character necessary for underserved students to...Read More

  • KIPP San Antonio
    San Antonio, Texas

    KIPP San Antonio is a network of free, open-enrollment, college-preparatory public charter schools committed to enabling underserved students develop the knowledge, skills, and character necessary...Read More

  • LEARN, Inc.
    Lubbock, Texas

    LEARN, Inc. is an organization designed to assist individuals who have academic potential to enter or re-enter programs of secondary and postsecondary education. LEARN's participants come from many...Read More

  • Mexican American Unity Council, Inc. (MAUC)
    San Antonio, Texas

    The Mexican American Unity Council, Inc. (MAUC) was founded in 1967 as one of the magnificent seven community development corporations funded by the Ford Foundation. Today, MAUC continues its work...Read More

  • Midland Community Development Corporation
    Midland, Texas

    The Midland Community Development Corporation, (MCDC) was established by the Midland Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit to promote economic and community development in...Read More

  • START Center
    San Benito, Texas

    The South Texas Adult Resource and Training (START) Center works to transition low and moderate income families from the periphery into the socio-economic-political mainstream of Cameron County,...Read More

  • Southwest Key Programs, Inc.
    Austin, Texas

    Founded in 1987, the Southwest Key Programs' mission is to advocate for children worldwide and to impact children, youth, and families by empowering them to succeed. Southwest Key was established...Read More

  • Su Clínica Familiar
    Harlingen, Texas

    Established in 1971, Su Clinica Familiar's misson is to provide accessible, comprehensive, quality, and cost-effective care services and clinical education programs designed to address identified...Read More

  • Tejano Center for Community Concerns
    Houston, Texas

    Established in 1992, the Tejano Center for Community Concerns exists to improve life opportunities for low income children and families through the provision of education, social and health...Read More

  • The Concilio
    Dallas, Texas

    Founded in 1981 to address the lack of culturally and linguistically effective services for Hispanics by traditionally non-Hispanic service providers, the mission of The Concilio is to advocate and...Read More

  • Valley Initiative for Development and Advancement (VIDA)
    Weslaco, Texas

    Established in 1995, Valley Initiative for Development and Advancement (VIDA) works to formulate new institutional relationships in the Rio Grande Valley that simultaneously address employers'...Read More

  • Vecinos Unidos, Inc.
    Dallas, Texas

    Vecinos Unidos, Inc. was founded in 1992. Vecinos is a neighborhood association that identifies community problems and learns how to achieve solutions to issues such as housing, security, public...Read More

  • YWCA El Paso Del Norte Region
    El Paso, Texas

    The YWCA El Paso Del Norte Region is an association of members dedicated to building community by promoting racial justice, providing high quality programs, leadership development, and advocating...Read More

South Carolina (1) +

  • Acercamiento Hispano de Carolina del Sur
    Columbia, South Carolina

    Founded in 1995, Acercamineto Hispano de Carolina del Sur is the oldest Latino organization in South Carolina and works to advocate for the Latino community.  The organization works to strengthen...Read More

South Dakota ( 0 )

Tennessee (3) +

  • Conexión Americas
    Nashville, Tennessee

    Conexión Américas is dedicated to helping Latino families realize their aspirations for social and economic advancement by promoting their integration into the Middle Tennessee community. Each...Read More

  • Latino Memphis, Inc.
    Memphis, Tennessee

    Latino Memphis strives to develop partnerships that enable mid-South Latinos to overcome commonly faced obstacles such as inadequate access to health care coverage, homeownership, and educational...Read More

  • Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition (TIRRC)
    Nashville, Tennessee

    The Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition (TIRRC) is a statewide, immigrant and refugee-led collaboration whose mission is to empower immigrants and refugees throughout Tennessee to...Read More

Wisconsin (6) +

  • Centro Hispano of Dane County, Inc.
    Madison, Wisconsin

    Founded in 1983, Centro Hispano strives to empower Hispanic individuals and families to cope with, adjust to, and participate in the community at large, and foster community interest and concern...Read More

  • Centro Hispano of Milwaukee
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Established in 1964, The Council for the Spanish Speaking, Inc. (Centro Hispano of Milwaukee), advocates on behalf of Latinos and the socially and economically challenged.  It offers programs in...Read More

  • La Casa de Esperanza, Inc.
    Waukesha, Wisconsin

    La Casa de Esperanza is a nonprofit organization that provides the Hispanic community with avenues of growth to participate fully in society, and serves as a liaison between the Hispanic community...Read More

  • La Causa, Inc.
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Established in 1972, La Causa, Inc. is a nonprofit organization based in Milwaukee’s largely Hispanic south side.  Founded originally as a bilingual child care center for 19 children by a group of...Read More

  • UMOS, Inc.
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    UMOS, a non-profit advocacy organization, provides programs and services which improve the employment, educational, health and housing opportunities of under-served populations. UMOS' mission is to...Read More

  • United Community Center
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Founded in 1970, United Community Center/Centro de la Comunidad Unida (UCC) is a multipurpose organization serving Hispanics and area residents. UCC operates Bruce Guadalupe Community School, a...Read More

Utah (3) +

  • Centro de la Familia de Utah
    Salt Lake City, Utah

    Established in 1975, El Centro de la Familia de Utah is the largest non-profit organization in the state and is dedicated to the progress and edication of Latinos.  Its mission is to provide...Read More

  • Comunidades Unidas
    West Valley City, Utah

    Incorporated in 2003, Comunidades Unidas works to eliminate ethnic disparities in Utah by promoting grassroots outreach, education, capacity-building, as well as advocating for long-term policy...Read More

  • Utah Coalition of La Raza (UCLR)
    Salt Lake City, Utah

    The Utah Coalition of La Raza (UCLR) exists to provide a unified voice and to define and champion issues that promote the quality of life of the Hispanic community of Utah. UCLR is primarily an...Read More

Vermont ( 0 )

Virginia (1) +

  • East Coast Migrant Head Start Project (ECMHSP)
    Arlington, Virginia

    The East Coast Migrant Head Start Project (ECMHSP) is committed to preparing young children for educational success – especially the children of migrant and seasonal farmworkers – by providing...Read More

Washington (3) +

  • El Centro de la Raza
    Seattle, Washington

    Founded in 1972, El Centro de la Raza is a civil rights organization that utilizes grassroots organizing, cultural promotions, and human services in the struggle for social equality, peace, and...Read More

  • Rural Community Development Resources
    Yakima, Washington

    Rural Community Development Resources (RCDR), formerly Washington Association of Minority Entrepreneurs, promotes business development, economic development, and housing opportunities for low- and...Read More

  • SEA MAR Community Health Centers
    Seattle, Washington

    Founded in 1978, SEA MAR Community Health Center is a community-based organization committed to providing quality, comprehensive health and human services to diverse communities, specializing in...Read More

West Virginia ( 0 )

Wyoming ( 0 )

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