Marcy Ramos, The Lady of Crochet


Marcy Ramos, originally from Mexico, arrived in Atlanta twenty years ago.  Her love for knitting precedes her love for our city by 10 years. Mary began knitting while pregnant with her first child, her mother-in-law taught her and it quickly became a hobby to distract her. A few years ago, her best friend, Esther Moreno … Continue reading Marcy Ramos, The Lady of Crochet

The Proposed Legislation for an English-Only Amendment to the Georgia Constitution Could Negatively Affect The Economic Development and Educational Attainment of ALL in Georgia.


The Latino Community Fund (LCF Georgia) strongly believes proposed legislation S.R. 587 will negatively affect international families, entrepreneurs, and students residing in Georgia limiting both the state and their personal aspirations for economic and educational progress. 30 Fortune 1000 businesses make Georgia their home base, many of those companies bring, along with their tax revenue … Continue reading The Proposed Legislation for an English-Only Amendment to the Georgia Constitution Could Negatively Affect The Economic Development and Educational Attainment of ALL in Georgia.

Treat families in need as you would like to be treated – Hinesville, Georgia


In the weeks after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, hundreds of families moved temporarily to the mainland trying to find refuge, health care, education, and jobs. While over 150,000 Puerto Ricans moved to Florida and several thousand more to New York, Philadelphia, Chicago and other states that have traditionally been part of a story of circular … Continue reading Treat families in need as you would like to be treated – Hinesville, Georgia

A Leader is one who Loves, GALEO Latino Leaders Summit


On September 30, 2017, GALEO.org (through the GALEO Community Leadership Fund) hosted the 1st Latino Leaders Summit in partnership with OLAS (Organization of Latin American Students) at the Georgia Gwinnett College. The event aimed to develop and hone leadership skills and to educate, empower, and inspire Latino upcoming leaders from across the state, included workshops, networking … Continue reading A Leader is one who Loves, GALEO Latino Leaders Summit

LCF GEORGIA ANNOUNCES 2017 GRANT RECIPIENTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS


Atlanta, Georgia (October 31, 2017) – Through the generous support of community investors, and Giving Circle members; the Latino Community Fund (LCF Georgia) announces its 2017 grant and scholarship recipients in the areas of Educational Attainment, Civic Engagement, Micro-Entrepreneurship and Arts and Sports Enrichment. These groundbreaking investments allow member organizations to further their partnership with … Continue reading LCF GEORGIA ANNOUNCES 2017 GRANT RECIPIENTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS