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HF Awarded $380K W.K.Kellogg Foundation Grant to Improve Early Childhood Education PDF Print E-mail

New York, NY, May 12, 2014 - Hispanic Federation (HF), the nation’s leading Latino nonprofit membership organization, will be working to promote early childhood/Pre-k education in the Latino community and mobilize individual donors via the Latino Giving Initiative-Campaign for Children’s Future. The project is made possible by a $380,000 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation of Battle Creek, Michigan.

HF Advocates for Hispanic Community on Capitol Hill PDF Print E-mail

Hispanic Federation and member agency leaders from five states were on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. recently for the organization’s 2nd Annual D.C. Advocacy Summit.

As Congress prepares for the Mid-Term Elections in November, members met with our leadership and discussed critical issues that impact the Latino community including immigration reform, voting rights, and the environment.

HF Assisting New Yorkers with Health Insurance Enrollment PDF Print E-mail

Need Health Insurance? We can help you find out if you are eligible through the New York State of Health Marketplace.

Hispanic Federation, one of the funded agencies by the New York Department of Health, is providing assistance to New York residents with the enrollment process in the New York State of Health Marketplace for Medicaid, Child Health Plus, and Qualified Health Plans. HF is also helping small businesses in New York with enrollment process in the New York State of Health Marketplace for Qualified Health Plans for Employers and Employees.

Connecticut Health Foundation Pledges Support to Hispanic Federation PDF Print E-mail

Hispanic Federation is pleased to announce the Connecticut Health Foundation’s Board of Directors approved a $50,000 grant to Hispanic Federation earlier this month to support the Bridgeport Latino Health Advocacy Initiative.

The Bridgeport Latino Health Advocacy Initiative aims to train Bridgeport consumers for advocacy roles and engage them in efforts to shape the implementation of the No Wrong Door policy (NWD) reforms in Connecticut and monitor its implementation.  The No Wrong Door Policy is an approach to enrollment that will enhance the success of the Affordable Care Act.

National Latino Funds Alliance Launches New Directions in Atlanta PDF Print E-mail

It was hot in Atlanta but cool and refreshing in Coca-Cola Company headquarters as the Hispanic Federation met with fellow National Latino Funds Alliance (NLFA) members in late June to strategize for 2014 and beyond. Representatives of organizations from Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, San Antonio, San Francisco, and Seattle all converged to plan how to raise the profile of NLFA and Latino Funds in general.

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