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Be the agent of change you want to see in the world! Start a Movement! Help spread the word by sharing our $25FOR25 Years Campaign with 25 or more of your friends and colleagues via Facebook, Instagram post a picture tells us why you GIVE! Send us your tweets at @HispanicFed #HF25FOR25.

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Help Pass the NY DREAM Act! PDF Print E-mail

Over 3,600 undocumented students graduate from New York State high schools every year, but only a small percentage go on to pursue a college education due to financial obstacles. The New York Dream Act would help thousands of students qualify for state financial assistance and fulfill their dreams of achieving a college degree. Earlier this year, Governor Cuomo included the New York Dream Act in his executive budget and the NYS Assembly passed the bill again on February 26th. Due to the support of people like you, the NY Dream Act is closer to becoming a reality than ever before.

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HF Annual Gala 2015: April 8, 2015 PDF Print E-mail


 
HF Again Tops Charity Navigator Ratings PDF Print E-mail

Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest and most utilized evaluator of charities, has once again ranked the Hispanic Federation among the top philanthropic organizations in the country.  HF President José Calderón welcomed Charity Navigator’s four-star rating. “We take great pride in making sure that every dollar we spend produces results for our community,“ he said.  “The people and organizations that donate to Hispanic Federation can be proud of their investment in us.  I was especially pleased to see our high score on accountability and transparency.  We want donors to understand that we take their investment in us as seriously as they do.”

Charity Navigator’s ratings are based on a careful analysis of an organization’s financial performance as well as accountability and transparency metrics.  Founded in 2011, the non-profit organization has evaluated more than 7,000 nonprofit organizations across the country.  To see Hispanic Federation’s Charity Navigator profile, click here. To donate to Hispanic Federation, click here.



 
President’s Message - March 13, 2015 PDF Print E-mail

We're 25! And we want all of you to come celebrate our birthday at the Hispanic Federation's 25th Anniversary Gala Celebration on Wednesday, April 8th at the Waldorf Astoria New York.

For this once in a lifetime bash, we gather and honor a stellar group of Latino achievers, entertainers and leaders. We celebrate Ricardo Salinas, Founder and President of Grupo Salinas, with the Humanitarian Award for his transformative work at Fundación Azteca. Our Lifetime Achievement Award will be presented to no other than Broadway and Hollywood legend Rita Moreno. We also honor Pfizer with the Corporate Leadership Award for their pioneering support of our work and mission. Accepting the Legacy Award will be former HF President and current VP of Sustainability and Stakeholder Relations for The Coca-Cola Company, Lillian Rodríguez López, who we honor for her indelible contributions to our institution and community. And we are most proud to present our Community Service Award to HF's Founding Member Agencies.

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HF Statement on the Southern District Court Preliminary Injunction on President Obama’s Immigration Executive Actions PDF Print E-mail

New York, NY –Hispanic Federation released the following statement today after the Southern District Court issued a preliminary injunction on President Obama’s Immigration Executive Actions – the expansion of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and the establishment of the Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA) initiative – in Texas v. United States:

“Today’s federal district court injunction on the President’s immigration executive actions is disappointing and an unfortunate delay in exempting millions of immigrants from deportation and grant them work authorization,” stated José Calderón, President of the Hispanic Federation. “In light of Congressional gridlock and inaction, we welcome the President’s needed, legal and sensible decision to use an executive order to address our broken and dysfunctional immigration system. As we’ve said before, if Congress won’t act to protect our families and communities, then the President must. Hundreds of constitutional and legal scholars have affirmed that President Obama’s executive actions on immigration are lawful and consistent with those of past U.S. Presidents. Despite this legal delay, we will continue preparing our community to soon take advantage of President Obama’s plan to grant temporary relief to millions of immigrants who have waited for our nation to act while working to make this country a better place."

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