Latinos, Latinas, Latinx,
Hispanos, Latino Americans in Georgia.


Collectively, we do more.
we champion community issues;
we support our organizations;
we invest in our families and youth;
we drive change with positive narratives;
we speak our truth and we strengthen our identity.
There is power in us and there is strength in our numbers.
We have nothing to lose but everything to gain.

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Latinas in Georgia are the fastest segment in the country growing businesses. Over 87% of our children under 18 are American citizens. Our purchasing power totaled $17.6 billion in 2014.

It is time to invest in ourselves, to grow healthier, educated,economically stable and to garner our collective power. Join us in this journey to a better future.

100% of individual donations goes back to individuals locally in 3 high impact areas: Education, Civic Engagement and Entrepreneurship.

We invite you to explore our website and our work. When you are ready, join us, we need YOU.

What We Do

Latino Community Fund supports Latino-serving nonprofit organizations in Georgia with advocacy, program development, technical assistance and grant making. 


Grantmaking, Scholarships & Disaster Relief.  Effective engagement and direct giving to Latinx in Georgia

Educational Scholarships

By 2030, one in five people in Georgia will be Hispanic, and Latinx already make up over 27% of the school population in Gwinnett. While there are significant improvements in graduation rates (currently at 64%) it is still the third lowest in the nation. The greatest barrier to top-notch academic performance and higher graduation rates may be money. Continue reading “Educational Scholarships”

Civic Engagement & Naturalization

It is estimated that between Asian and Latino residents, approximately 81,000 individuals could become citizens by 2020. We work to engage civically ALL Latino residents and provide assistance to those that qualify for naturalization
Continue reading “Civic Engagement & Naturalization”

Seed Capital for Micro-Entrepreneurs

Latinas in Georgia are the fastest growing segment opening businesses in the country, yet the large majority are sole proprietors. Funding is a huge barrier to growth and development. Seed funding is allocated to micro entrepreneurs already working with one of our nonprofit partners. Continue reading “Seed Capital for Micro-Entrepreneurs”