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HF Statement on Murder of Two New York City Police Officers PDF Print E-mail

The murder of two New York City police officers in Brooklyn was a horrible and tragic event. The entire Hispanic Federation community extends its heartfelt condolences to the families of P.O. Rafael Ramos and P.O. Wenjian Liu.  We join President Obama in calling “for people to reject violence and words that harm.” The violent and senseless deaths of these two public servants are a stark reminder of the difficult and dangerous work done by police officers everywhere and add immeasurably to the suffering our city has experienced in recent weeks.  As Mayor de Blasio rightly noted, “when police officers are murdered, it tears at the foundation of our society.” As we embrace this season of peace and look towards the opportunities and challenges a New Year will bring, we must redouble our efforts to unite all people and communities in support of justice, nonviolence and compassionate understanding.

Walmart Foundation Extends Support for Hispanic Immigrant Integration Project PDF Print E-mail

Last year, with the support of the Walmart Foundation, Hispanic Federation and LULAC launched the Hispanic Immigrant Integration Project (HIIP) in eight states across the nation.  The Walmart Foundation recently announced a second year $500,000 investment in the program.  This will allow Hispanic Federation and LULAC to continue offering thousands of Latino immigrants across America important services (i.e. ESL and civics classes, citizenship assistance, immigrant legal support) to help them more fully integrate in American society.

HF Annual Gala 2015: Save the Date! PDF Print E-mail

HF Joins Macy's Operation Happy Children PDF Print E-mail

On December 2, 2014, Macy's once again made the holiday season come alive for some of New York’s neediest children through Operation Happy Children – an effort that brings the wonders of the North Pole to Macy’s flagship store on 34th Street in New York City. The Hispanic Federation helped bring 60 preschool children and their parents to enjoy an unforgettable trip through Macy’s famous Santaland, where they were greeted by Santa elves, provided a healthy breakfast, participated in Christmas Carol sing-alongs, and received special gifts from Santa himself.

Join the Campaign for Children's Future PDF Print E-mail

Do you know that by the age of 3, there is a 30 million word gap between children from disadvantaged and affluent families? And that these differences in language experiences have lasting effects on a child’s social and academic performance. The Hispanic Federation is trying to change that unforgiving reality for many of our children through its Campaign for Children’s Future. Through this effort, HF is helping to raise money to support proven and transformative initiatives that increase long-term academic success among Latino children. Here are some of the ways the campaign is helping to make a difference:

HF's Latino Children Film Festival Coming to El Barrio PDF Print E-mail

The Hispanic Federation was proud to present the 2nd Annual El Barrio’s Latino Children Film Festival at the Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center last week. The festival aims to enrich and promote a wider and deeper understanding of the roots, life and diverse cultures of Latin America through children’s cinema.

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