Non Profit Organizations

The Mexican American Political Association, founded in Fresno, California in 1960, has been, and is, dedicated to the constitutional and democratic principle of political freedom and representation for the Mexican and Hispanic people of the United States of America.

MALDEF strives to implement programs that are structured to bring Latinos into the mainstream of American political and socio-economic life; providing better educational opportunities; encouraging participation in all aspects of society; and offering a positive vision for the future.

The League of United Latin American Citizens is the largest and oldest Hispanic civil rights organization in the United States.

Promotes the participation of Latinos in the nation's civic life. The NALEO Educational Fund carries out this mission by developing and implementing programs that promote the integration of Latino immigrants into American society, develop future leaders among Latino youth, provide assistance and training to the nation's Latino elected officials, and conduct research on issues important to the Latino population

NonProfit jobs free not-for-profit job postings, and other resources for the nonprofit sector.

The Chicano Federation of San Diego County was established in 1969 to serve the Latino community. Over time, our programs and services have evolved to meet community needs, and today our services are available to anyone who can benefit from our programs: crisis intervention, case management, housing, childcare, and small business training.

The mission and purpose of Stop the Violence is to bring awareness about the proliferation of violence in our Community; to empower individuals, business, and organizations to curb violence by offering solutions and alternatives to violence and violent related behavior; and bring accountability those individuals an organizations who are entrusted with the responsibility of leadership, to maintain nonviolent positions.

The Latino Officers Association (L.O.A) was chartered and incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1996 within the confines of the N.Y.P.D. and from the vision of Mr. Anthony Miranda. Since its conception our association has grown to be among the most active and influential police association in the nation. As we continue to expand the L.O.A headed towards Florida. The L.O.A Florida was charted by a group of officers from Miami-Dade, Seminole and Clay County. The LOA-FLA is registered in Florida as (not for profit) 501 c4. The corporation was filed on August 19, 2002 in the state of Florida under document number N02000006250.

North Carolina non-profit organization nourishing cultural and community participation among Hispanics through cultural and community events

The Young Hispanic Professional Austin Association (YHPAA) is a non-profit organization. It serves as the principal professional resource for young Hispanics in the Austin and Central Texas area for members to build a foundation for their professional, community, and social development. This organization also supports and encourages Hispanic higher education through scholarships. YHPAA promotes the mentorship between students, members, and professionals.

The goal of this association and website is to offer resources, event listings, and various options that are relevant to Latinos residing in New Brunswick Canada in general but may benefit Latinos seeking to immigrate to Canada or the United States.

NSHMBA fosters Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development in order to better society

Radio Bilingue, a non-profit radio network with Latino control and leadership and is the only national distributor of Spanish-language programming in public radio.

Association of Hispanic real estate professionals who desire to promote the success of Hispanic professionals in real estate and related fields and who wish to increase the percentage rate of home ownership amongst Hispanic-Americans.

The National Hispanic Institute (NHI) was founded in 1979 with the belief that educated Latino youth have great contributions of skill and talent to offer to their communitities. NHI provides an interactive training process for Latino youth in high school and college to begin developing leadership for the Latino community.

The mission of the Institute is to be a significant catalyst for promoting development and integration, emphasizing the role of the private sector, as a means to improve the economic, political and social well-being of the people of the Americas.

Conducting research aimed at improving the level of political and economic participation in Latino and other underrepresented communities

Oregon's Farmworker Union, fighting for justice for farmworkers in the State of Oregon

North Carolina private non-profit public policy, advocary, cultural, leadership, education, and civic awareness organization.

N. L. P. O. A. is a Public Benefit Association recognized as a Non-Profit IRS 501 (c) (3) organization. N. L. P. O. A. does not discriminate against any individual because of race, color, sex, or religion and membership is open to all. The Goal of the organization is to promote equality and professionalism in law enforcement. The objectives of the organization are to create a professional association that provides its members and members of the community with career training; conferences and work shops to promote education, and career advancement; mentoring; and a strong commitment to community service. N. L. P. O. A. maintains an academic scholarship program and continues to develop and operate community based programs aimed at preventing and reducing juvenile delinquency. N. L. P. O. A. members also work at reducing neighborhood tensions through awareness programs and role model programs. Our philosophy regarding youth and education has reinforced the important contributions that our cultural diversity provides this great nation. The National Latino Peace Officers Association.

National bowling orginization in Sacramento with American finals in Nevada primarly Mexicanos y Pochos with sports attitude!

To Help Everyone Clinic, Inc. (T.H.E. Clinic) is a comprehensive outpatient community clinic founded in 1974. T.H.E. Clinic continues to be the only private, non-profit health clinic in Southwest Los Angeles.

Established in 1974 SVREP is committed to educate Latino communities across the Southwest about the democratic process, the importance of voter registration, and voter participation. At its core is its mission to politically empower Latinos by increasing civic engagement in the American electoral system. This can only be attained through the strengthening and exercising of the fundamental right to vote. Thus, SVREP's motto: "Su Voto Es Su Voz" (Your Vote is Your Voice).

Scholarships and programs to encourage Latinos to graduate from science programs in all professional fields.

The ASPIRA Association, Inc. is the only national nonprofit organization devoted solely to serving Puerto Rican and other Latino youth through leadership development and education. This page provides information about the ASPIRA Association, ASPIRA advocacy efforts, student instructional and scholarship resources and ASPIRA's educational programs.

Zona Seca (or dry place) is proud to have been a partner in the community for more than 40 years, helping LOCAL COMMUNITIES become drug-free while educating residents, young and old, about the perils of ALCOHOL, DRUGS, VIOLENCE, TRUANCY and GANG PARTICIPATION.

The Hispanic Federation is a nonprofit umbrella organizatio made up of over sixty member agencies providing Latinos in the Northeast with a wide array of health and human services.

ListoAmerica Inc. is a non-profit organization founded on the premise that Latinos/Latinas can be a significant source of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) future employees in our country's 21st-century workforce to help solve one of the most pressing issues facing the United States: the critical shortage of STEM-based skilled employees in the future demographics of our country.

SHPE promotes the development of Hispanics in engineering, science and other technical professions to achieve educational excellence, economic opportunity and social equity.

Increasing the influence of Latinos in US Newsrooms.

Fostering Hispanic leadership through graduate management education and professional development in order to improve society. REFORMA - a national network of librarians, library trustees, community and library school students with mutual concerns; and programs and workshops that focus on serving Latinos.

Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting - enhances opportunities for Latinos in accounting, finance and related professions.

Cuban-American Certified Public Accountants Association, Inc. Hispanic Employment Program Managers addresses the needs of Hispanic Americans in all areas of federal employment. National Association of Hispanic Journalists - Dedicated to the recognition and professional advancement of Hispanics in the news

Services and programs to promote the equitable participation of the Hispanic community in Corporate America.

Focused on improving post-secondary Educational opportunities for Hispanic students.

National organization addressing the needs of Hispanics in the areas of education, job skills training, literacy and employment opportunities.

National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals

COLOR's vision is that Latinas and their families have the knowledge, freedom, and power to access a full range of opportunities for the health of their ...

Hispanic professional society & diversity job fairs

The Latino Community Foundation Vision The Latino Community Foundation was founded on the vision of promoting civic engagement and philanthropy within the Bay Area Latino community; as a vehicle for Latinos to help Latinos. Mission Our mission is to promote giving within the Latino community and invest in organizations that strengthen Latino families.

The United Latino Fund (ULF) was established in 1990 to support and enhance the Latino community. We believe the Latino culture is filled with rich and positive traditions that must be upheld for future generations to enjoy. ULF is a Fund Distribution Agency. We participate in employee-giving campaigns that enable us to provide grants for numerous nonprofit organizations. Our role as a Fund Distribution Agency is to represent a legitimate voice for all Latinos in need. The United Latino Fund participates in various workplace giving campaigns. If you are a City of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, or Los Angeles Unified School District employee we invite you to consider the United Latino Fund as a partner in funding the many non-profits that serve the greater Los Angeles Area.

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Latinos for Texas LatinosforTexas Latinos for Texas is the Texas chapter of Latinos for America. Latinos For Texas, Uniendo Comunidades Uniting Communities. We aim to bridge the networks of Progressive groups and Latino/Hispanic interests to be better united in direct action for family, community, education, broad prosperity, political participation, fair representation and more by electing, training, recruiting progressive hispanic and latino elected officials in Texas.

The Chicano Latino Youth Leadership Project, Inc. (CLYLP) was organized in 1982 with the primary purpose of preparing students to participate in California's economic, social and political development. CLYLP is guided by the overall theme "Future Leaders," and the leadership training emphasizes the importance of culture, community, college and careers. To date more than 2,000 students have gone through the program.

HACE supports Latino professionals and delivers business value to corporations by cultivating, supporting and advancing Latino careers throughout the career lifecycle.

Love in Action is a home where children whom have suffered neglect or were in a high-risk environment are placed with us by the Mexican government so we may provide them a safe haven.We are located at Pedro Moreno No. 76 in the town of Chapala in the state of Jalisco, Mexico.

HACU or the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities was founded in 1986 by eighteen colleges. Today HACU stands for 450 colleges and universities which are all dedicated to Hispanic higher education success in places such as U.S., Latin America, Puerto Rico, Spain and Portugal. Mission: To promote the development of member colleges and universities; improve access to and the quality of post-secondary educational opportunities for Hispanic students; and meet the needs of business, industry and government through the development and sharing of resources, information and expertise.

Non-profit corporation founded in 1991 to respond to the diverse needs of South FloridaÂ’s abused, abandoned, neglected and less-fortunate children. To fulfill its mission, Amigos relies on the support of compassionate volunteers and donors throughout the community. When you support Amigos For Kids, your generosity helps enrich the lives of thousands of deserving childrenÂ…providing our kids, and our community, with a brighter tomorrow.

The Hispanic Heritage Foundation identifies, inspires, promotes and prepares Latino role models through national leadership, cultural, educational and workforce programs. HHF is a nonprofit organization and hosts the popular Hispanic Heritage Awards every year.

MATT (Mexican & Americans Thinking Together) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to encourage bicultural Mexicans and Americans to understand, address and solve the major problems of our two nations to the benefit of both peoples.

Centro Latino for Literacy Los Angeles, CA

The purpose for which Social Research and Educational Foundation, Inc. is organized is the social research and education for the integration of legal immigrants, Hispanics in the United States of America and the promotion of entrepreneurial contribution in their countries of origin to prevent unexpected immigration.

To promote, cultivate, and honor excellence in education and leadership among Latino engineers and scientists.

This major event showcases the diversity and importance of our multicultural community. Edward James Olmos

The Centro Cultural de la Raza is a historic community cultural center in San Diego's Balboa Park which preserves, promotes, protects and presents cutting edge as well as traditional Chicano, Latino and Indigenous art and culture.

El Centro Cultural de Mexico | Cuando la Cultura Muere, La Gente Muere. Santa Ana, CA

Centro: Serving The Latino Community in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Education, Health and Wellness Programs and Hispanic Culture.

Centro Cultural Hispano Americano (CCHA) is one of the leading organizations working with the Seafair Activities Board in Seattle to coordinate the Hispanic community for the Seafair Torchlight Parade, which takes place the last Saturday of July. Since 2003, CCHA has coordinated and organized the participation of the 22 Hispanic American countries to show the Seattle community the beauty and richness of our colorful culture with music, dances, folkloric costumes and our flags.

The Mexican Cultural Center is a nonprofit organization devoted to promoting understanding and awareness of the cultural and artistic diversity of Mexico and its influence in the Delaware Valley in the United States.

Leading community particiaption in caring for the Latino Aged.

Latino Health Access (LHA) is a non-profit organization established in 1993, created to assist with the multiple health needs of Latinos in Orange County .

The National Alliance for Hispanic Health (the Alliance) is the premier science-based nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that focuses on improving the health and Well-being of Hispanics.

The National Forum for Latino Healthcare Executives (NFLHE) is a national organization led by senior executive health care leaders in the U.S.

Latino Coalition for a Healthy California is the leading organized voice for policies, services and conditions to improve the health of Latinos.

Bi-lingual, culturally tailored programs to eliminate health disparities and improve the well-being of low-income Latinos in Connecticut through research, service, education and policy advocacy. The Latin Policy Institute - A project of the Hispanic Health Council, the LPI seeks to change the systems and social conditions at the root of health disparities by giving Latinos a stronger voice in policy and government decision-making.

The National Latina Health Organization (NLHO) works towards the goal of bi-lingual access to quality health care and self-empowerment of Latinas through culturally respectful educational programs, health advocacy, outreach, research and public policy.

Hispanics in Philanthropy Working with grantmakers to strengthen Latino communities
HIP's mission is to strengthen Latino communities by increasing resources for the Latino and Latin American civil sector; by increasing Latino participation and leadership throughout the field of philanthropy; and to foster policy change to enhance equity and inclusiveness.

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund believes that the country prospers when all Americans have access to the opportunities a college education can afford. As the nation’s leading Hispanic higher education fund, HSF works to address the barriers that keep many Latinos from earning a college degree. In addition to scholarship opportunities for deserving Latino students, we offer a broad range of outreach and educational programming to help students and their families navigate through the rigors of college life.

Since 1973, AVANCE has continued to provide innovative education and family support services to predominantly Hispanic families in low-income, at-risk communities. Dedicated to promoting school readiness and supporting family engagement, AVANCE proudly serves as a national model and best practice of early childhood education for parents, teachers, the scientific community and general

La Alianza Hispana is a community based non-profit organization serving the Latino community and all residents of the surrounding neighborhoods. The goal is to empower individuals and families, strengthen communities and develop leaders through high-quality education and social services, advocacy and community organizing. Our Services are culturally and linguistically appropriate, integrated and community centered. La Alianza believes in social justice as a means of creating a more egalitarian, participatory and peaceful society in which all members can realize their fullest potential.

From its inception, CPLC’s goal has been to promote the well being of Arizona’s socially and economically deprived communities. Our programmatic approaches are aimed at providing the tools necessary to empower individuals, families, and communities achieve their aspirations. Our accomplishments have helped us evolve into a corporation known and respected for its ability to advance individuals, families, and communities.

Instituto is a recognized leading city and state educational center serving more than 14,000 participants annually to advance their basic academic skills, obtain a high school diploma, pass the GED exam, become U.S. citizens, increase their job skills, and provide assistance with employment opportunities. Our goal is to instill that sense of hope, motivate perseverance, and provide the tools for success.

Our mission is to build relationships and challenge people to act on their faith and values to create healthy communities through organizing, education and community development.

Building Latino Careers. We institutionalize Latino diversity through recruitment, retention and development programs in partnership with leading employers that build lasting relationships with Latino professionals.

The American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese (AATSP) promotes the study and teaching of the Spanish and Portuguese languages and their corresponding Hispanic, Luso-Brazilian and other related literatures and cultures at all levels of education. The AATSP encourages, supports and directs programs and research projects involving the exchange of pedagogical and scholarly information. Through extensive collaboration with educators, professionals, and institutions in other countries, the AATSP contributes to a better and deeper understanding between the United States and the Spanish-and Portuguese-speaking nations of the world.

"The Hispanic Genealogical Society of New York purpose is to encourage Hispanics to research their roots, history and rich heritage.

To stabilize Latino communities by developing, managing, and investing in ventures that increase the availability of affordable housing and promote economic opportunity and enhance the quality of life.

"Dedicated to highlighting Hispanic talent and cultural contributions in the design industry; provides a national focus on positive contributions by Hispanics in the U.S. by showcasing Hispanic excellence; works to create educational opportunities and build public awareness about major issues affecting education, health and overall well-being of Hispanic-Americans".

MANA, A National Latina Organization, was founded in 1974 as the Mexican-American Women's National Association. MANA's original intent was to provide a voice for Mexican-American women at the national, state and local levels. Since then, the organization has expanded into a diverse group of Latinas in all areas of political, social and professional fields. MANA is unique since this makes MANA the single largest pan-Latina organization in the United States.

The mission of AHAA is to grow, strengthen and protect the Hispanic marketing and advertising industry by providing leadership in raising awareness of the value of the Hispanic market opportunities and enhancing the professionalism of the industry.

The Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) is a non-profit, community-based organization that was established in 1963 in order to serve disadvantaged individuals and families in the Los Angeles area. MAOF is the largest Latino-oriented, family services organization in the United States, and has achieved this status by providing high quality social services and programs to those communities where the need is the greatest.

To improve the quality of life of the diverse communities we serve by providing culturally appropriate, high-quality, and accessible health care for all.

To empower the Hispanic community so that its members can improve the quality of their lives and the lives of their children.

YHPAA is a non-profit organization founded in January 2006 to serve as the principal professional resource for young Hispanics in the Austin and Central Texas area for members to build a foundation for their professional, community, and social development. It has rapidly grown from 10 to 300 members. The organization supports and encourages Hispanic higher education through scholarships and promotes the mentorship between students, members, and professionals.

To provide programs to Hispanics and Milwaukee's near south side residents, of all ages, in the areas of education, cultural arts, recreation, community development, and health and human services. UCC assists individuals to achieve their potential by focusing on cultural heritage as a means of strengthening personal development and will promote high academic standards in all of its education programs.

To advance the lives of at-risk youth and families through an array of innovative programs that provide education, health care, human services, and community development initiatives to strengthen families and neighborhoods.

Since 1989, Hispanas Organized for Political Equality (HOPE) has been working to provide a critical voice to Latinas to develop their personal growth, prosperity, and political clout. Throughout the years, HOPE has served the Latina community with innovative programming that provides leadership development, statewide networking opportunities, experiential learning, and one on one interaction with local, state, and federal officials and agencies.

The Houston Hispanic Forum is a non-profit organization focused on improving Hispanic achievement in the greater Houston area through information and dialogue, service, collaborations, and promoting awareness of educational issues affecting Hispanics.

HELP- New Mexico envisions - and is committed to helping create - a New Mexico with full employment, minimal poverty and crime, and family self-sufficiency. HELP-New Mexico wants to see a state with systems and services for children and families that are aligned and integrated. Its communities will have the capacity to address effectively teen pregnancy, high school dropout issues, drug use, and other problems.

Founded in 1968 for the purpose of serving immigrant Latino youth, LAYC has grown from a small grassroots recreation center to a nationally recognized organization serving all low-income youth and families across the District of Columbia and in Maryland's Prince George's and Montgomery Counties. LAYC achieves its mission by operating a regional network of youth centers and public charter schools with a shared commitment to meet young people where they are and help them make a successful transition to young adulthood. LAYC provides multi-lingual, culturally sensitive programs in five areas; Educational Enhancement, Workforce Investment, Social Services, Art + Media, and Advocacy.

The National Association for Hispanic Elderly / Asociación Nacional Pro Personas Mayores is committed to achieving social change by focusing on the needs of low-income minority and Hispanic older persons, thus impacting the Hispanic community and the nation as a whole. We believe in the right of each human being to have a decent and dignified life. Because of this belief, we attempt to provide some visible means of achieving such a way of life, especially for low-income older persons, many of whom, because of language and cultural differences, are more vulnerable than their contemporaries. In response to the needs of the low-income elderly, we provide programs of employment and training, health, housing and economic development. Aware of ongoing societal changes, we attempt to remain open and creative in our corporate commitment to older persons and the Hispanic Community.

To provide programs to Hispanics and near south side residents of all ages in the areas of education, cultural arts, recreation, community development, and health and human services. The UCC assists individuals to achieve their potential by focusing on cultural heritage as a means of strengthening personal development and by promoting high academic standards in all of its educational programs

To advocate and enhance the quality of life for Hispanics through community partnerships.

Our Vision is to create an environment for Latin@ Professionals that inspires, enriches intellectually, and serves Society.

The ASPIRA Association promotes the empowerment of the Puerto Rican and Latino community by developing and nurturing the leadership, intellectual, and cultural potential of its youth so that they may contribute their skills and dedication to the fullest development of the Puerto Rican and Latino community everywhere.

GALA's mission is to serve and support minority individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. GALA's main focus is on the Hispanic/Latino autism community in Arizona, with an emphasis on providing educational information, quality services and valuable resources in Spanish.

NAHN is committed to advancing the health in Hispanic communities and to lead, promote and advocate the educational, professional, and leadership opportunities for Hispanic nurses.

To promote high standards of competence, professionalism and integrity with and among Hispanic attorneys and the Hispanic communities within the State of Illinois. Promote legal education and civil rights among Hispanic attorneys and the community.

The Latino Union collaborates with low-income immigrant workers to develop the tools necessary to collectively improve social and economic conditions. Our mission is accomplished by developing leadership from within the immigrant worker community, developing feasible alternatives to the injustices immigrant workers face, and building the larger movement for immigrant worker rights.

CNC is a non-profit organization providing human services to persons in need from all racial and ethnic groups. CNC assists individuals to become self-reliant and builds bridges among America's diverse communities.

Latin America ChildCare is dedicated to transforming the lives of needy children with the Good News of Jesus Christ through education and ministries of compassion.

The Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) is a national organization representing the interests of approximately 2 million Latino/a trade unionist throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.

We accomplish our mission by providing Hispanic high school and college students with the vision, resources, and mentorship needed to become community leaders and achieve successful careers in business, science, technology, engineering and math.

Hispanic non-profit leadership development organization to help increase opportunities for Hispanics to participate in and contribute to the American policy making process.

We provide a variety of services focused on helping low-income families achieve economic success. While we target our services to Latinos in particular, we welcome everyone!

MACSA's mission is to enrich the lives and to advance the interests of the Latino community of Santa Clara County, Gilroy and San Jose, CA .

Empowers Latinas through providing services which reflect their values and culture and being an advocate on the issues that make a difference in their lives.

AHAA represents the best minds and resources dedicated to Hispanic-specialized marketing. Advertisers trying to reach and connect with Hispanic consumers turn to AHAA members for unmatched cultural expertise and knowledge.

Increase the number of Hispanics graduating from graduate business programs through scholarships, awareness programs and mentorship.

NAHREP is a purpose-driven organization that is propelled by a passionate combination of entrepreneurial spirit, cultural heritage and the advocacy of its members. Our mission is to increase the rate of sustainable Hispanic home ownership by empowering the real estate professionals that serve the community.

HACU fulfills its mission by promoting the development of member colleges and universities;improving access to and the quality of post-secondary educational opportunities for Hispanic students; and meeting the needs of business, industry and government through the development and sharing of resources, information and expertise.

The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) is dedicated to the recognition and professional advancement of Hispanics in the news industry. Established in April 1984, NAHJ created a national voice and unified vision for all Hispanic journalists.

NALCAB is the national voice for a diverse group of Latino-led community development corporations and other community-based organizations that focus on asset building.

CCNMA's mission is to promote diversity in the news media by providing encouragement, scholarships and educational programs for Latinos pursuing careers in the news media, and to foster an accurate and fair portrayal of Latinos in the news media, and promoting the social, economic and professional advancement of Latino journalists.

NAHN National Association of Hispanic Nurses is a non-profit professional association committed to the promotion of the professionalism and dedication of Hispanic nurses by providing equal access to educational, professional, and economic opportunities for Hispanic nurses.

CHisPA educates and prepares Latinos in the areas of civic engagement and leadership development. We accomplish this mission through a variety of educational platforms.

The is a membership organization whose mission is to empower school board members and trustees to drive education policy to increase P-12 student achievement. Together, we can bring educational equity and academic success for all students in our public school system.

The California Association of Latino Superintendents and Administrators is a community of educational leaders whose mission is working to increase the number of successful Latino/Latina administrators, committed to closing the Latino/Latina student achievement gap

To promote the self-sufficiency and self-determination of Heartland Latino families and community by providing bilingual, high quality social, educational, economic, public health and advocacy services.

The mission of the Oregon Association of Latino Administrators (OALA) is to promote Latino educators, both current and aspiring into positions of leadership through mentorship, networking, and professional development. OALA will affect the educational interests of all students in Oregon, particularly those of Latino heritage in order to ensure their educational success.

To provide leadership at the national level that assures every school in America effectively serves the educational needs of all students with an emphasis on Latino Youth by building capacity, promoting best practices, and transforming educational institutions.

LISTA is committed to supporting Latinos who work in the science, mathematics, information sciences, new media, telecommunications, and technology sector. Our mission is to educate, motivate and encourage the use of technology for the empowerment of the Latino community in order to conquer the digital divide.

The Latin American Health Institute is a community-based professional organization that promotes the health of the community, its institutions, families, and individuals through effective interventions that are culturally competent and technologically appropriate

Centro Latino de Chelsea is a community-based human-services and education center that serves more than 5,000 Latinos and immigrants in Chelsea and Greater Boston every year. Centro Latino improves the quality of life of the community by helping people to increase their skills and knowledge, so that they may better provide for their families and contribute to their neighborhoods.

The Latino Learning Center is a non-profit organization that has proudly served the Greater Houston area for more than thirty-one (31) years.The mission of the Latino Learning Center, Inc. is to provide educational and human support services to Houston communities with emphasis on adult education and services to the elderly and disabled.

The League of Mexican American Woman is a community based organization that was established in 1973 by women who were previously involved in Fresno community's social programs and politics.

Organization of Hispanic community service agencies in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.

The USHLI has developed into one of the most powerful, nationally and internationally recognized Latino organizations in the country by organizing and conducting nonpartisan voter registration and leadership development programs in 40 states. Our organization has been able to maintain a stable presence in hundreds of communities over the years by promoting empowerment and civic responsibility.

The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) is dedicated to the recognition and professional advancement of Hispanics in the news industry. Established in April 1984, NAHJ created a national voice and unified vision for all Hispanic journalists.

The Latino Medical Student Association is a non-profit organization founded to represent, support, educate, and unify US Latino(a) medical students. Our network of latino(a) medical students is composed of 5 regions spanning the United States: Midwest Region, Northeast region, Southeast region, Southwest region, West region.

Our mission is to help homeless families gain the education and skills needed to permanently pull themselves out of poverty and into safe and affordable housing.

The Hispanic Heritage Foundation identifies, inspires, and prepares Latino leaders through National Leadership, cultural, and educational workforce programs.

Centro Presente is focused on organizing around immigrant rights, worker rights, and civic engagement.

CRLA serves low-income individuals residing in over 22 California counties. As rural areas and small cities of California continue to change, so does our outreach and service to diverse communities.

Welcome to MAES! Originally founded in 1974, today our mission is to promote, cultivate, and honor excellence in education and leadership among Latino engineers and scientists. We strive for a future where Latinos are leaders in the engineering and science world.

Established in 1994 in Washington, DC, the National Hispanic Medical Association in a non-profit association representing the interests of 45,000 licensed Hispanic physicians in the United States. NHMA is dedicated to empowering Hispanic physicians to be leaders who will help eliminate health disparities and improve the health of Hispanics. NHMA's vision is to be the national leader to improve the health of Hispanic populations.

HAPCOA seeks to achieve national recognition as the most effective non-proft membership organization of command officers and others, committed to the career advancement of qualified men and women in the field of law enforcement and criminal justice, as well as to the public safety of the communities in which they protect and serve.

NLCI's mission is to focus the nation's attention on the contributions and challenges of young Latinos by advocating for their success and well being through partnerships and programs. NLCI envisions communities and a nation where young Latinos are heard, valued and a priority for the future of our nation.

Southwest Key Programs is a national nonprofit operating innovative youth justice programs, safe shelters for immigrant children, college prep and alternative schools and workforce services impacting over 6,000 youth and families each day.

The mission of the NHHF is to improve the health of Hispanics and other under-served. Our aim is to provide a unique leadership role marshaling the creative energy of Hispanic researchers from around the country and to provide the insights and strategies that can translate into a healthier Hispanic population and quality care for the under-served.

The mission of the National Latino Addiction Treatment Community Network (NLATCN) is to serve as an advisory board to SAMHSA€'s Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) on issues pertaining to the Hispanic/Latino community as it relates to substance abuse treatment and other health related issues by communicating, disseminating and increasing access to timely, science-based data on drug and health related issues and collaborating with other groups on various related initiatives by providing committed, knowledgeable, and respected experts, national leadership and best practices in the field of substance abuse for the Hispanic/Latino community.

Niños Latinos Unidos is a private non-profit organization that recruits and trains Spanish speaking foster parents, and places Latino foster children in their homes, while monitoring their general welfare and attending to their many and varied bio-psycho-social needs,all under the guidance and supervision of the agency's multi-disciplinary professional staff.

The National Council of La Raza (NCLR)—the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States—works to improve opportunities for Hispanic Americans. Through its network of nearly 300 affiliated community-based organizations, NCLR reaches millions of Hispanics each year in 41 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. To achieve its mission, NCLR conducts applied research, policy analysis, and advocacy, providing a Latino perspective in five key areas—assets/investments, civil rights/immigration, education, employment and economic status, and health. In addition, it provides capacity-building assistance to its Affiliates who work at the state and local level to advance opportunities for individuals and families.

Founded in 1962 by Cesar Chavez, the United Farm Workers of America is the nation's first successful and largest farm workers union currently active in 10 states. The UFW continues to organize in major agricultural industries across the nation. Recent years have witnessed dozens of key UFW union contract victories, among them the largest strawberry, rose, winery and mushroom firms in California and the nation. 75 percent of California's mushroom industry is now under union contract. In 2007, the United Farm Workers signed its first contract with Salinas, Calif.-based D'Arrigo Bros., California's third-largest vegetable company. The agreement covers 1,800 farm workers in the Salinas and Imperial valleys. The UFW signed a contract, also in 2007, with Three Mile Canyon Farms, America's largest dairy-and the first major union contract protecting farm workers in Oregon. They soon signed up another nearby dairy, Willow Creek. Many recent UFW-sponsored laws and regulations aide farm workers; in California, the first state regulation in the U.S. prevents further heat deaths of farm workers. The UFW is also pushing its historic bipartisan and broadly backed AgJobs immigration reform bill.

Information about the origins of the Young Lords,a Latino human rights movement for self determination and barrio empowerment

Oiste promote the principles and practice of democracy and to advance the political, social and economic standing of Latinos and Latinas in the state. We seek to reach these goals by impacting public policy through leadership development, civic and issue trainings, electoral reform and voter mobilization

National Latino Education Institute exists to enhance the quality of life for Latinos through educational, vocational, and employment services, and through advocacy, thus enabling the achievement of economic independence.

A Massachusetts non-profit organization committed to improving the lives of children living in poverty. The organization is currently operating a free elementary school for 15 children living in Las Terrenas, Dominican Re

Fiesta of the Spanish Horse is a non-profit organization that raises funds for cancer research. 2011 Fiesta Charity Event takes place May 4th to May 8t. The event raises funds for the USC Norris Comprehension Center and for the Children's Hospital. The show also provides an array of entertainment including horse competitions, latino performances & music, food, vendors, a silent auction, raffles and much more!

AltaMed's affordable health care services including primary care, senior services, dental services, HIV care, health education, youth programs, and chronic care support in Los Angeles and Orange Counties.

State and local Mexican American Correctional Association which is made up of Law Enforcement personnel and persons who focus on improving career advancement for Hispanic/Latino persons and supports community-based organizations to reduce delinquency while ensuring promotions for all Latinos.

Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) is a non-profit organization that works to promote responsible citizenship, educational attainment, and active engagement in the improvement of the health, environment, and financial well-being of Hispanic families throughout the United States.

Congreso is a human services organization. Established in 1977, we are a nationally-recognized leader in human services. Our staff and clients reflect the diversity of our community. They include Latinos, African-Americans, and many others. We create innovative, high-quality education and career programs from kindergarten through college to career. We offer integrated health care solutions and help families meet their basic needs.

Clinica Sierra Vista provides high quality primary and preventative health care services to the underserved populations of Kern and Inyo Counties, California, regardless of ability to pay

Comunilife's mission is to improve the quality of life and create a healthier tomorrow for children, adolescents, adults, families and seniors living with mental illness and/or HIV/AIDS in New York City's underserved, diverse communities.

HENAAC, a non-profit organization promoting careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, is creating a new overall name to the organization - Great Minds in STEM. We are doing this to reflect the expanded role of our Education Programs and other efforts we are taking to promote STEM careers in underrepresented communities.

SEGCP promotes all aspects of human dignity through advocacy and self-empowerment of low income persons especialy Latinos and farm workers to become partners in problem solving, decision making and contributors in communities in which they live and work.

The Latina A.R.M.Y., Inc. is a volunteer-based, non-profit organization whose mission is to celebrate and empower young Latinas by providing inspirational role models and introducing powerful life skills for personal excellence. In a national effort, accomplished Latinas give two hours of their time to talk to young girls at their local school or community center to teach them four life skills they can use to create the life they want and deserve.

National Latino Alliance for the Elimination of Domestic Violence (Alianza) was established as one of three domestic violence "Cultural Institutes" to address the particular needs and concerns of communities of color experiencing family violence. Alianza specifically addresses the needs of Latino/a families and communities, although its work helps to inform the domestic violence field in general. Alianza's work has been in four main areas: community education, policy advocacy, research, and training and technical assistance. It has grown into a national network of Latina and Latino advocates, practitioners, researchers, activists, and survivors of domestic violence.

The Hispanic Institute is a designated nonprofit organization. THI provides an effective education forum for an informed and empowered Hispanic America. The Hispanic Institute manages ongoing projects: Study of Hispanic economic contributions,Media monitoring, Consumer fraud protection, Citizenship education, Technology and Telecommunication research.

Latino Advocates for Education, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization, which is dedicated to insuring that Latino students in Orange County achieve academic excellence. Our members include judges, attorneys, accountants, school administrators, college professors, teachers, stockbrokers, business owners, among other professionals.

The Aprendes Foundation is an emerging philanthropic organization that serves as a diversity-focused convener and funder. Mission Statement The Aprendes Foundation exists to reduce the number of Black and Latino youth that are disconnected from school or work. The Aprendes Foundation collaborates with, supports and provides funding to community-grown organizations in East Harlem and the Bronx.

United Latinos is a newly reorganized private non-profit organization dedicated to providing information and education about the importance of participation in the democratic and civic processes.

The Hispanic Women's Network of Texas (HWNT) is a state-wide organization of individuals from diverse backgrounds who are committed to promoting the participation of Hispanic women in public, corporate and civic arenas. HWNT seeks to advance the educational, cultural, social, legal and economic well- being of all women through a broader awareness of their role in society, business and family. Members strive to celebrate the positive image and values of the Hispanic culture.

Latinos Unidos De New Hampshire Provide and share cultural awareness of the Latino Community in New Hampshire throughout an Annual Latino Festival. Encourage Latino students to pursue higher education.

Our roots trace back to 1984 when a group of students and parents met in Central Park in the City of Pasadena to confront racism, educational inequalities, and the lack of affordable housing. Stories of joy, struggle, and hope became mirrors for our educational and organizing processes. This experience, and systematic practice that evolved from it, has given the Institute the tools and methods to successfully work with low-immigrant workers and others groups committed to solving problems in their own communities.

The Senate Hispanic Research Council, Inc. (SHRC), located in Austin, Texas, is a tax-exempt organization created in 1993 by the Hispanic members of the Texas Senate along with other key state and civic leaders. The mission of the SHRC is to provide educational and leadership opportunities to all segments of the Hispanic community by supporting active participation at all levels of government. As representatives of the fastest growing minority in Texas, this tax-exempt Council remains dedicated to encouraging the educational achievement of our youth, thereby ensuring a strong, well-prepared future for our state.

Casa de Peregrinos (House of Pilgrims) is a non-profit emergency food program that provides basic, nutritional food boxes and a supportive atmosphere to individuals/families in Dona Ana County who lack money for food due to an emergency or unforeseen crisis. Although our program is designed to meet these needs, we don't have the funds to be an indefinite source of relief.

San Diego's Centro Cultural de la Raza was founded in 1970 as a Chicano Community Cultural Center and functioned as an alternative space that encouraged and facilitated artistic growth and cultural interchange in the San Diego/Tijuana region. The Centro's mission is to promote preserve and create Mexican, Chicano,Indigenous and Latino art and culture.

The Latin American Association helps Latino families achieve their aspirations for their academic, social and economic advancement. We accomplish this through direct programs and integrated community partnerships that focus on youth academic achievement, education and prevention, and services to families with urgent needs.

The Hispanic Contractors Association Georgia (HCAG) is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to promoting and supporting the advancement and economic growth of its members within the construction industry in Georgia. To pursue its mission, HCAG provides valuable membership services in the areas of Business Development, Consulting, and Education.

The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), founded in 1929, is the oldest and most widely respected Hispanic civil rights organization in the United States of America. LULAC was created at a time in our country’s history when Hispanics were denied basic civil and human rights, despite contributions to American society. The founders of LULAC created an organization that empowers its members to create and develop opportunities where they are needed most.

AuroraÂ’s Promise - is committed to improving the quality of education for underprivileged, school-aged children by providing them with school supplies, backpacks, and school uniforms, thus giving them the opportunity to reach their fullest potential ... every school day counts!

The purpose of the organization is to promote community service and mentoring aimed at preventing and reducing juvenile delinquency and to create a fraternal/professional association that provides its members and members of the community with career training, conferences and workshops to promote education and career advancement. In addition the N.L.P.O.A. members work at reducing neighborhood tensions through awareness programs and role model programs.

LA LEYÂ’s mission is to enhance the effectiveness of all LAPD employees and to improve the DepartmentÂ’s relationship with the community by developing our employees, networking with all aspects of the community, protecting the rights of others and promoting camaraderie through our social activities. Our Mission To become a leading provider for our members to be to guided in the direction for future goals.

Las Damas de San Diego Foundation is intended to create a better Hispanic community in our border region through support to nonprofit organizations that provide direct assistance. Since we started as a Foundation, several organizations in San Diego California and across the border have benefited from the support of the Las Damas de San Diego (LDSD) Foundation. Las Damas de San Diego Foundation supports and assists organizations primarily in four areas: Health Education Arts & Culture Humanitarian Services

The SouthWest Organizing Project was founded in 1980 by young activists of color to empower our communities in the SouthWest to realize racial and gender equality and social and economic justice. We seek to redefine power relationships by bringing together the collective action, talents, and resources of the people within our communities. We work primarily in low-income communities of color to gain community control of our land and resources At the core of our work is the belief that all families have the right to healthy, sustainable environments in which to live, work, and play.

The Hispanic Institute for Life and Leadership of Northeast FL is a workforce development organization focused on mentorship and leadership development of Latinos in the region. We also focus on consulting relationships with local employers that teach them to value and support their the Latino labor force.

DentalMex Plan, A.C. is A Mexican Association Civil set up and designed to deliver the Highest Standard of Dental Care to the Poor and the elderly, through a Network of Board Certified Dentists throughout San Miguel de Allende, Delores Hidalgoand Comonfort Dentalmex subsidizes its free services to the Poor nd Elderly through paid Membership and provides As a Member of DentalMex Plan, A.C., you will receive a comprehensive program of Prevention, Maintenance and Treatment for Fresh Breath, Healthy Gums and a Happy, Confident Smile.

The mission of the Hispanic Alliance Inc. is to unite, support and strengthen Integrate the Hispanic/Latino community by uniting, supporting, and strengthening Alliance members in Greater Cleveland and Northern Ohio; and further the social, educational, and economic development of the Hispanic/Latino community through advocacy, leadership development and the formation of strategic partnerships.

Pasitos de Luz is a non-profit organization founded by mothers of disabled children from low-income families living in and around the communities of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. We meet the special needs of children with often acute physical and psychological illnesses. Any physical or economic support from within Mexico or from abroad is hugely welcome! We have been an officially registered non-profit since 2000. Un saludo!

Latinas Contra Cancer provides cancer education, psychosocial support, and navigation services in the hospital. We are partner with universities and institutions in research and convene the Biennial National Latino Cancer Summit

Comisión Femeníl, SFV is a not-for-profit professional service organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for the Latina, her family, and her community. We serve the needs of women in the San Fernando Valley.

Amistades, Inc. (Amistades) is a Latino-led, Latino-serving, 501 (c) 3 non-profit community development organization serving Pima County and Southern Arizona. The mission of Amistades is to provide culturally competent prevention, education, and social services to Latino communities that foster community wellness. Amistades has three basic focus areas: substance abuse prevention services to high-risk youth and families, parent education programs for low-income families, and social justice, cultural, and historical initiatives for the Latino community. Amistades has established itself as a leader in the prevention community by developing and implementing programs, strategies and activities grounded in grassroots outreach and cultural competence.

Caminar Latino is a family violence intervention program that has been working with Latino families in the Atlanta metro area for over 24 years. Our mission is to create possibilities for Latino families - affected by violence - transform their lives and their communities.

This site was created for fans who care for RIF, its mission, and most importantly, its families. RIF is a non-profit community-based organization founded in 2013 by the Ismael Pani Jimenez. MISSION RIFÂ’s mission is to support and challenge urban families to achieve excellence and participate fully in community life. Our programs exist to enrich and empower people with disabilities, the disenfranchised and the underserved. VISION RIF seeks to be the best in the nation in early childhood and youth enrichment, to be a premier organization developing Hispanic leadership, and to be an international model for inclusion of people with disabilities.

Sociedad Latina works to enhance the overall well-being of the Latino community in Boston, MA by delivering programs that encourage community leadership through educational attainment, cultural identity, and continuation of traditions.

Improve opportunities for low income children and families to realize the American Dream through educational, health, social justice and cultural arts initiatives

L.O.V.E. mission is to support and empower young Latinas to strive both in school and life through positive role modeling. The L.O.V.E. Mentoring Program works in partnership with organizations and schools whose mission is to advance the wellbeing of young girls and Hispanic communities.

CLLARO is committed to the Latino community leading a collaborative effort to move the state of Colorado toward a future with no disparities in education, health, economic status, decision-making or leadership in both the public and private sectors.

SocialTIC is a nonprofit which works to empower change-makers in Latin America through strategic use of ICT, digital security, open data and impact activism. They do this through investigating the major players within the Latin American context, holding free workshops for the public and assisting nonprofits all over LatAm to build capacity through long-term process of accompaniment, and community building with their events and training of trainer workshops.

The National Organization for Mexican American Rights, Inc. (NOMAR, Inc.) is a national non-profit organization established for the purpose of promoting and defending the civil rights of Americans of Hispanic Origin and their right to equal employment and educational opportunities.