The Latino Community Fund Strongly Supports and Celebrates Dekalb County’s Efforts for an Inclusive People’s Democracy


The #DearGeorgia_It’sTime campaign launched last time with the belief that all Georgia voters should be included in our democracy. In just 6 weeks, we won a major victory to expand language access for Georgia voters. Dekalb County becomes the first county to voluntarily provide resources and sample ballots in Spanish and Korean. This effort, led … Continue reading The Latino Community Fund Strongly Supports and Celebrates Dekalb County’s Efforts for an Inclusive People’s Democracy

UndocuBusiness Grants


Economic recovery strategies have historically left behind Black and Brown folxs, immigrants and Limited English proficient communities. As an organization, we are committed to ensure that ALL communities receive investments so they can continue feeding their families and keeping a roof over their head.

COVID 19 INFO + RESOURCES EN ESPAÑOL


GRACIAS! Thank you to all our member organizations, partners and volunteers that have helped compile this information Limited resources are available in Georgia for non-English speakers. This is a working document compiling specific efforts, resources and materials in Spanish or with language access (in Spanish primarily) as well as resources available to individuals with limited … Continue reading COVID 19 INFO + RESOURCES EN ESPAÑOL

Latino Community Fund Unveils Findings of the 2018 Georgia Latino Entrepreneurship Study in Collaboration with the UGA SBDC Office of Minority Business Development (OMBD)


Atlanta, Georgia – April 24, 2019 – The Latino Community Fund (LCF Georgia), unveiled today key findings from the 2018 Georgia Latino Entrepreneurship Study, the first of its kind in the state of Georgia.  The research study was a collaboration with the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative (SLEI), researchers from Emory Goizueta Business School, the University of … Continue reading Latino Community Fund Unveils Findings of the 2018 Georgia Latino Entrepreneurship Study in Collaboration with the UGA SBDC Office of Minority Business Development (OMBD)

In The Valley I Will Lift My Eyes To Those Of You Who CHOSE To See Us There


Over 700,000 DACA recipients across the country are anxiously awaiting the decision from the Supreme Court upholding -or not- the Trump Administration decision to terminate the program. Today, we are featuring a blog post by a DACAmented colleague in an effort to center on the voices of those directly affected by this decision. (Reposted with … Continue reading In The Valley I Will Lift My Eyes To Those Of You Who CHOSE To See Us There

EL PAQUETE DE AYUDA ECONÓMICA: UNOS SE BENEFICIAN OTROS QUEDAN EXCLUIDOS


PUEDE DESCARGAR AQUÍ GRAFICOS EN ESPAÑOL PARA ENTENDER MEJOR EL PAQUETE DE ALIVIO ECONÓMICO Y SI USTED CALIFICA. ATLANTA 26 de Marzo, 2020.– El Senado estadounidense aprobó un histórico paquete de estímulo de $2 billones de dólares para incentivar una economía  impactada por la pandemia de COVID-19. Esta es una de las iniciativas de mayor … Continue reading EL PAQUETE DE AYUDA ECONÓMICA: UNOS SE BENEFICIAN OTROS QUEDAN EXCLUIDOS

LCF Georgia Denounces and Condemns Domestic Terrorism, ​White Nationalism and White Supremacy


The Latino Community Fund (LCF Georgia) denounces and strongly condemns the two domestic terrorists that created fear, violence and killed and injured dozens of individuals in El Paso, TX, and Dayton, OH. White Nationalism is a hateful ideology at the core of the vast majority of recent acts of terrorism and violence in the country. … Continue reading LCF Georgia Denounces and Condemns Domestic Terrorism, ​White Nationalism and White Supremacy

Preguntas sobre el censo del 2020


PREGUNTAS SOBRE EL CENSO 2019-2020 ¿Por qué estoy recibiendo formularios que dicen “censo” ahora en el 2019? Hay dos actividades distintas relacionadas al censo que están desarrollándose este año: – El American Community Survey (ACS) que generalmente es un formulario color verde con varias preguntas, (incluyendo la pregunta de la ciudadanía) es una manera de … Continue reading Preguntas sobre el censo del 2020

El Refugio Launches a Program for Immigrants and Asylum Seekers


Member organization “El Refugio” is launching a new program assisting immigrants and asylum-seekers released from Stewart Detention Center in getting to the next step in their journey. The program is in collaboration and partnership with a number of organizations and volunteers that have been assisting in an ad-hoc basis like “Paz Amigos” in Columbus, GA. … Continue reading El Refugio Launches a Program for Immigrants and Asylum Seekers

Georgia AAPI and Latino Census Complete Count Committees to host joint press conference post Supreme Court Decision on Citizenship Question


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 13, 2019  Georgia AAPI and Latino Census Complete Count Committees to host joint press conference post Supreme Court Decision on Citizenship Question Norcross, Georgia – The Supreme Court of the United States, will make their decision in regards to the controversial addition of a Citizenship Question in the 2020 Census. That … Continue reading Georgia AAPI and Latino Census Complete Count Committees to host joint press conference post Supreme Court Decision on Citizenship Question

Bienvenido Sergio!


Sergio Mendez is our new Communications and Outreach Administrator. Bienvenido!

There is no crisis threating America related to border control or immigration. 


Families and individuals have been moving cities, towns, countries since the beginning of times. Migration is not new, is something we all do or have done looking for better opportunities, sometimes survival. Our immigration system needs serious reform and in the last two years, policies like DACA repeal, Family Separation and shutting down asylum claims … Continue reading There is no crisis threating America related to border control or immigration. 

When Advocacy Runs in The Family


When Shayla Rodriguez (16 currently) was 8, her mother had to work two jobs to support her and her sisters. She explains that her older sister, Berenice (25 currently), became her  “mother, father, older sister, and friend, and raised her into the young lady she is today”. When Berenice Rodriguez was in 7th grade, she … Continue reading When Advocacy Runs in The Family