Latine Charitable Funds
Join others in our Latine community who are giving back through a named charitable fund.
Permanent named funds amplify your voice and your values as you provide charitable resources to the causes and organizations that matter most to you. A fund can also be a meaningful way to honor someone you love now and into the future. For our Latine community, Latine named funds are a source of strength and resilience for generations to come.
We celebrate the following Latine families who have taken the next step in giving back to our community by starting named funds.
Are you interested in learning more about starting a named charitable fund?
Latine Fund Stories
Est. 2023 Yvette Bello and Ilka Torres
Est. 2023 Lisa and James Newfield
Est. 2023 Cynthia Rojas
Est. 2023 Maritza Bond
Est. 2023 Liana Garcia and Robert Piatkowski
Est. 2023 Yari and Richard C. Ijeh
Est. 2023 Jacob Padrón
Est. 2023 Erandi and Zachary Reiland
Est. 2023 Caprice Taylor Mendez
Est. 2022 by George Martínez and Raquel Santiago-Martínez
Est. 2023 Nancy Roldán Johnson and Craig Johnson
Est. 2023 Lee Cruz and Sarah Miller
Est. 2022 by Frances and John Padilla to support education, and economic mobility and reduce underemployment in the Latine community.
Est. 2022 by Fernando J. Muñiz and Maribel Martínez
Est. 2022 by Tara Sanabria Davila & Malwin Davila
Est. 2022 by Anaika and William Ocasio to give back to their neighborhood and the Latino community
Est. 2021 by Carmen M. Burgos