Thanksgiving has come and gone, but here at FundLatinos the giving continues. It’s #GivingTuesday! In the spirit of generosity and community, we want to share with you some of the inspiring projects and stories being funded within our community. Do your part on #GivingTuesday by sharing or donating to some of these great causes!

Campaigns to Share and Donate To Today!

Esperanza Immigration Legal Services
At Esperanza, we are committed to supporting the needs of immigrants. Today, more than ever before, the community we serve is frightened of what the future might hold for them and their families…

Paralyzed Mom Missing Out on Life with Family, Needs Wheelchair Accessible Van
It was Saturday, February 16, 2013 when I received the phone call that dramatically changed my life but more so, the lives of my precious mom and dad. On that day, my 58 year old mom was suddenly hit with a sharp pain down her arm…

Latinarrific Storytelling
Share your inspirational or success story on the new Latinarrific mobile app – a transformational video platform for the 26 million bicultural Latinas in the USA. Be the protagonist of your own story! Help us launch our mobile platform and segments of your video could appear on our website, social media channels and new app!

The Struggle Continues at Standing Rock
Help me get to Standing Rock. The Sioux of North Dakota are engaged in an unequal struggle against the construction of a pipeline which threatens the water resources on their sacred lands.

Latino STEM Scholarships
The Brinker Education Initiative is dedicated to college scholarship fundraising to dramatically increase the number of Hispanics and Latinos in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).


Giving in the Latino Community
A couple weeks ago we shared some of our insights on giving in the Latino community. We thought it was appropriate to share again on #GivingTuesday. The infographic below speaks to the stages of philanthropy within our community. Let’s keep the generosity flowing!

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