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Health Insurance Enrollment Assistance Day PDF Print E-mail

On January 28th, Hispanic Federation, in collaboration with Telemundo 47, is hosting a Health Insurance Enrollment Assistance Day at LaGuardia Community College. The event will take place in E Building at the Poolside Café. Staff will be on site providing application assistance for Medicaid, Child Health Plus, the Essential Plan, and NY State of Health Qualified Plans. In order to enroll, please make sure to bring the following: a valid form of identification, your social security number, and either proof of income or proof of unemployment. Navigators will be available for assistance in English and Spanish. There will also be workshops on various healthcare topics. For direction to LaGuardia, click HERE.

Letter from the President: 2015 Year in Review PDF Print E-mail

It has been quite the year.  When I reflect on 2015, I am in awe of all that we were able to achieve.  We stretched ourselves beyond what we ever thought would be possible, and reached new heights.  I am so excited about what 2016 has in store for us.  But first, I want to take some time to share with you some of our accomplishments:

Save the Date: Hispanic Federation Annual Gala is on April 21st!! PDF Print E-mail

The Hispanic Federation’s annual gala is moving to a new location.  After more than a decade at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Hispanic Federation will welcome guests at the American Museum of Natural History on April 21st.  This year’s honorees include Donald Graham of TheDream.US, Toyota, and philanthropist and entrepreneur, Luis Ubiñas.

Hispanic Federation on President Obama’s Executive Actions to Reduce Gun Violence in the United States PDF Print E-mail

January 5, 2016 (New York, NY) – Hispanic Federation has issued the following statement in response to the Obama Administration’s just released executive actions addressing gun violence in the United States.

“Today, President Obama announced a series of important measures to reduce the incidence of gun violence in our communities.  Hispanic Federation is proud to support the President’s common sense reforms and congratulates him for taking the initiative on this important issue.

Hispanic Federation is Building Latino Political Power in Florida PDF Print E-mail

The first presidential primaries are just around the corner.  As the country gears up for raucous and uncertain election cycle, all eyes will be on Florida.  The Sunshine State will not only be a much sough-after prize during the primaries but also will be the site of battles between Democrats and Republicans during the general election.  More than 4.5 million Latinos live in Florida and approximately 1.7 million of them are registered to vote.

HF Receives $50,000 from Hearst Foundation for Pathways PDF Print E-mail

Pathways to Academic Excellence is an early childhood education initiative focused on children under the age of 5 and designed to strengthen parent-child interaction, parenting strategies, and access to high-quality early childhood education. The program, which was first developed three years ago, encourages and empowers Latino parents, educators and Latino non-profits to intervene early in children’s lives, helping to support families in low-income communities.

Thanks to a generous grant from the Hearst Foundation, we will be able to expand Pathways to an additional 150 parents over the course of 2016. We will provide an early childhood education curriculum to low-income, Spanish-dominant and/or bilingual Latino parents. It is estimated that our work with 150 parents will reach 450 children.  Through workshops and easy-to-use learning materials aimed to boost the skills of their children, we will ensure that their children are better prepared to succeed in school.

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