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Communities of Color Nonprofit Stabilization Fund Request for Applications and Community Briefings PDF Print E-mail

HF, in collaboration with the Asian American Federation (AAF), Black Agency Executives (BAE), Coalition for Asian American Children and Families (CACF), and New York Urban League (NYUL), is pleased to announce that applications are now available for the Communities of Color Nonprofit Stabilization Fund (CCNSF).

Application deadline: November 21, 2014

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Movimiento Hispano: VOTE on November 4th PDF Print E-mail

Tuesday, November 4th is Election Day and so much is up for grabs our community: school funding, immigration policies, taxes, health care access, social services, and other important issues.

Hispanic Federation has been working hard to get our extended family of Latinos to play a leading role in these elections. This year alone we've registered nearly 10,000 new voters and are reaching out to hundreds of thousands more to get out and vote.

But these efforts only matter if individuals like YOU go to the polls on Tuesday, November 4th. And, yes, encourage other loved ones and friends to do the same.

Please, we need your help!

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Night of 1000 Friends 2014 is here! PDF Print E-mail


Hispanic Federation (HF) is pleased to invite you to Night of 1000 Friends, a cocktail benefit event in support of HF's Fight Against Hunger campaign. Join us for a fun-filled evening of cocktails, tapas, great networking and music at a New York City landmark.

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President's Message: 10.30.14 PDF Print E-mail

From education to immigration, to health care and job creation, the Latino community is at the forefront of historic debates taking place across our nation. Now more than ever, Latinos need to participate in our democracy, get engaged and VOTE to ensure that our community is respected and provided equal opportunities.

The upcoming Midterm Elections reflects a pivotal moment in our community's history because so much is at stake: school funding, immigration policies, taxes, health care access, social services, and other important issues. We know that a record 11.2 million Latinos voted in the 2012 presidential election. We also know that 66,000 Latino citizens turn 18 every month. These are all extremely powerful numbers but they mean little if Latinos don't build and maximize on those numbers.

Hispanic Federation has committed a great deal of its time and resources to building Latino voting power. Since our inception twenty-four years ago, we've helped register more than 300,000 new voters and helped many more turn out to the polls. Our work continues and is critically important.

But these efforts only matter if individuals like YOU go to the polls on Tuesday, November 4th. And, yes, encourage other loved ones and friends to do the same.

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HF Releases CT Latino Blueprint PDF Print E-mail

HARTFORD, CT Thursday, October 23, 2014 – With voters preparing to head to the polls on November 4th, Latino community leaders descended on the State Capitol in Hartford to release Latino Connecticut: A Call to Action, a comprehensive public policy blueprint intended to inform the soon to be elected Governor, General Assembly and other government officials on how to best respond to the needs and aspirations of the more than 500,000 Latino residents across the state.



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2014 Lucha Contra el Hambre Anti-Hunger Intiative PDF Print E-mail

On November 1st, the Hispanic Federation will launch the Lucha Contra el Hambre Anti-Hunger Initiative to support 12 food pantries operated by member agencies in New York City, Westchester and Long Island. For 8 weeks, the Partners on the Go van will stop at different locations to pick-up canned food collected by employee associations, clubs and individuals. 

Help us bring relief to those who need it most by becoming a site for our Hunger Relief Campaign! To learn more about this initiative or schedule a pick-up, please contact Diana Caba 1-866-HF AYUDA (866-432-9832).  Follow the campaign on Twitter and Facebook #HFFordcontrahambre.

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