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Latino Leaders to Washington: Support Puerto Rico PDF Print E-mail

In several cities across the nation today, Latino leaders and allies assembled to send a unified message to President Obama and Congress: Support Puerto Rico and its 3.5 million U.S. Citizens. As Puerto Rico continues to endure a growing economic crisis that includes a $73 billion debt, major unemployment and population drain, Puerto Ricans and Latinos on the mainland are growing impatient with Washington as leaders have failed to step up to assist millions of American citizens living on the island.

$25for25 PDF Print E-mail

Be a part of history! Join the Hispanic Federation in celebrating 25 Years of taking Hispanic causes to heart. Donate today $25 or more and become an agent of change for your community!

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Summer Sunday Zumbathon Fundraiser PDF Print E-mail

Join us THIS SUNDAY for a Summer Sunday Zumbathon Fundraiser Noon-2pm

Lucille Roberts 70-24 Austin Street, Forest Hills, NY 11375 (Austin Street and 70th Road)

TO REGISTER: Click the link below, donate $25 and indicate under “I want my donation to be designated toward: Summer Sunday Zumbathon”

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NYC Council Reaffirms its Support for Nonprofit Stabilization Fund PDF Print E-mail

One of the reasons for the creation of the Hispanic Federation twenty-five years ago was the need to address the lack of parity in funding for Latino nonprofits compared to their non-Latino peers in New York City.  A review of government and private philanthropic allocations to nonprofits in the late 1980s revealed that Latino community-based organizations, many of which were on the front-lines of the battle against New York’s most pressing social problems, did not receive their fair share of resources from government or private funders.

HF Releases Workforce Development Report PDF Print E-mail

Last year Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered all agencies to begin aggressively tackling income inequality. In this spirit, the Hispanic Federation presents its 2015 policy paper Growth with Equity: Meeting the Workforce Development Needs of Latinos in New York City. It is a rethinking of the city’s workforce development services as well as a launching pad for ideas on how to economically uplift Latino and other struggling New Yorkers.

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On Civil Rights Battles, HF Emerges as a Leader PDF Print E-mail

The Hispanic Federation was founded to strengthen Latino nonprofits, but we have always been, at our core, a civil rights organization. That means that while we work with our member agencies on important social issues such as education and housing, we are also deeply committed to preserving and expanding civil rights for all Latinos. We do that in large part by organizing and leveraging the collective wisdom and power of our community to create opportunities for social action. This year, we significantly increased our capacity to this critical work by making some key staff hires and launching new issue-based coalitions.

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