We have been together since 2014 and have given out more than $125,000! Our Giving Circle is focused on supporting early childhood education, mental health and power building. Our fabulous grantees are creating lasting change for Latino families in San Mateo and Santa Clara County. Join us and help us get these amazing leaders the funding they need. We have a lot of fun while engaging in people powered philanthropy!
We are giving $15,000 this GivingTuesday to the nonprofits on our fund. Join us to multiply that impact!
If you want to learn more about us, go to https://latinocf.org/latino-giving-circle-network/
If you'd like to create your own Showcase Fund, head over to this page for more information.
Nonprofits in this fund
El Granada CA 94018 US
ALAS' programs initiated with cultural arts programs and have grown their services to include culturally centered mental health services, wrap around case management, immigration and social justice advocacy as well as educational programs. ALAS is committed to working with children, youth, families, farmworkers, asylum seekers, seniors and the general Coastside immigrant community. ALAS is supporting the community by making masks for essential workers and providing food to the community.
Pescadero CA 94060 US
Puente does it all! They are the main hub supporting farmworkers and their families in the San Mateo County South Coast. Puente advocates for residents of La Honda, Loma Mar, San Gregorio, and Pescadero. Puente believes in the community’s capacity to turn dreams into action, and believes that every member of the community deserves opportunities to learn and grow. Puente respects and honors the community's collective history and heritage. Our Giving Circle was instrumental in supporting Puente establishing their child care center. Puente is a resilient and deeply loved anchor organization in the community.
San Jose CA 95112 US
SIREN supports immigrants in the SF Bay Area and the CA Central Valley. SIREN has a vision of a new America where immigrants and refugees are valued, integrated, and seen as essential to our society, and where the human rights of all persons are protected and honored. Right now, SIREN is working hard in helping immigrants navigate this crisis and they are in need of funding to pay stipends to their brave workers who are supporting the community.