Grantmaking, Scholarships & Disaster Relief. Effective engagement and direct giving to Latinx in Georgia
Philanthropic Investments, Grantmaking & Restricted Funds
Nobody else in Georgia has the experience, knowledge and relationships we have when it comes to the Latinx community. Whereas it is a geographic or a programatic focus, we can provide recommendations and create a plan for you. We can help you develop impactful and culturally relevant programming and manage your investment.
Additionally and through our Giving Circle, we provide educational scholarships, financial assistance for DACA and naturalization and seed capital grants for micro-entrepreneurs in the state.
These investments are aligned with our strategic priorities:
- Civic participation
- Wealth building and economic self suficiency
- Family wellbeing
We are Georgia signatories of the Philanthropy’s Promise, commiting to
- At least 50 percent of their grantmaking explicitly benefiting underserved communities.
- At least 25 percent of their grantmaking explicitly supports nonprofit advocacy, community organizing and civic engagement.
Meet some of our Giving Circle Members & Investors!
Tina Fernandez, with Achieve Atlanta is personally investing in our Educational Scholarships to improve educational attainment in our community
Carlo Martínez, CEO and Founder of Steppingblocks is supporting Latinas in STEAM
Maria Vinces Peck from ACE Loans is personally investing in the Latina Makers Fund to provide seed-funding to entrepreneurs like herself.
Henry Kelly, is investing in the long-term sustainability of the Giving Circles for Latinx in Georgia
Tony Gonzalez, Management Consultant with ScottMadden is inveseting in Latinas in STEAM
Elba Pareja-Gallagher is Director of Finance B2C Strategy at UPS & Founder of ShowMe50.org
Aida Perez-Flamm is investing in the long-term sustainability of the Giving Circles
Karla Arriola from Keller Williams is personally investing (in honor of her mother) in the Civic Engagement Fund
Omar Esposito with Stackfolio is investing in the general sustainability of our Giving Circles
Jason Esteves is the first Latino elected to the Atlanta Public Schools Board of Education. Jason serves as Assistant General Counsel at Equifax Inc.
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
Eddy Elguezabal, General Manager for Univision 34 Atlanta directly supports Educational Scholarships
Lillian Rodriguez-Lopez, Director at CCI supports Latino-Led grantmaking with her annual investment
Ana Maria Martinez, staff attorney and nonprofit executive sustains with her annual contribution our giving circles at large.