Grantmaking, Scholarships & Disaster Relief. Effective engagement and direct giving to Latinx in Georgia. We are Georgia signatories of the Philanthropy’s Promise,
Philanthropic Investments, Grantmaking & Restricted Funds
- 100% of all individual dollars from our Latinx Giving Circle go back to the community in 2 high-impact funds:
- Program grants, re-granting in the civic participation, organizing and advocacy, spaces.
- Fiscal Sponsor for Funder Collectives convening multi-ethnic and multi-racial collaborative tables in the state.
Meet some of our Giving Circle Members & Investors!
Maria Peck, founder of SheLends and Managing Partner at Mark of the Potter
Carlo Martínez, CEO and Founder of Steppingblocks is supporting Latinas in STEAM
Tina Fernandez, with Achieve Atlanta is personally investing in our Educational Scholarships to improve educational attainment in our community
Jason Esteves is the first Latino elected to the Atlanta Public Schools Board of Education. Jason serves as Assistant General Counsel at Equifax Inc.
Elba Pareja-Gallagher is Director of Finance B2C Strategy at UPS & Founder of ShowMe50.org
Antonio Molina is the COO of Consultorio Medico Hispano, community advocate, husband and father supporting Latino-led grantmaking
Yolanda Robles, CEO of CulturalLink, the premier provider of inclusion and cultural competence for healthcare organizations is supporting the Latinas in STEAM fund
Ana Maria Martinez, staff attorney and nonprofit executive sustains with her annual contribution our giving circles at large.
Juan Mejía is a successful entrepreneur and young professional leader
Daniela Demaria is a VP at Fifth Third Bank and a believer in education for our community
Monica Maldonado, President & CEO of Interprint and an entrepreneurship advocate
Karla Arriola from Keller Williams is personally investing (in honor of her mother) in the Civic Engagement Fund
Christopher Marquardt, Partner at Alston & Bird and community advocate
Lauren Waits & Art Gambill are big community supporters and advocates
Omar Rodriguez-Vila, Professor at Emory Goizueta Business School