In a Mexican Border Town, a Small Nonprofit Defends Immigrants

Migrants from Central America arriving in the border town of Tapachula, Mexico are journeying toward a better life, but often the reality they meet is harsh: just last year, nearly 100,000 of them ended up imprisoned in a crowded Mexican detention center that has little concern for their human rights. That’s where Centro de Derechos … Continued

Join the HIP Familia (and Get a Big Discount!)

In this moment of global uncertainty, HIP’s mission to strengthen Latino equity, leadership, and voice is even more critical. Will you pledge your support to the Latino community? The first step is joining the HIP familia as a member. To sweeten the deal, and in celebration of HIP’s 35th anniversary, this year we’re offering a 35% discount on HIP … Continued

Empowering Girls to Succeed: Sonya Ulibarri

To commemorate Hispanics in Philanthropy’s 33rd year, we honored 33 Latino leaders who inspire as our 2017 HIPGivers. Read HIPGiver Sonya Ulibarri’s story below. When your life’s work is dedicated to empowering others, asking young girls to be strong, smart and bold resonates as more than a tagline. For Sonya Ulibarri, CEO of Girls Inc. … Continued

Space Scientist Inspires Possibilities for Others: Candy Torres

On her desk, Candy Torres has a small piggy bank, shaped like an observatory, with the label “ob-save-atory” across the front. It’s a poignant reminder of the multifaceted accomplishments and contributions of this high-tech Puerto Rican, who aptly calls herself the “Technorican.” Her career has been a patchwork ob-save-atory of dreams and goals. She accomplished … Continued

Hello from HIP’s New President

Dear Colegas, Today is a bittersweet day for me. Sweet because I am thrilled to begin my journey as the new president of Hispanics in Philanthropy. Yet bitter, because yesterday we learned that 200,000 of our Salvadoran brothers and sisters will be forced to leave their homes in the U.S. next year. My heart is … Continued

New President Signals Exciting New Chapter for HIP

Argilagos to embark on a months-long listening and learning tour across the U.S. and Mexico Oakland, CA – Ana Marie Argilagos, the social sector leader recently tapped as the new president of Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP), announced on her first day with the organization a “listening and learning” tour across the United States and Mexico. … Continued

This Rising Star Lifts Up Latinxs: Karla Souza

Whether playing the big-screen subject of a socialite family in “Nosotros los Nobles,” or a cool and calculating small-screen attorney, actor Karla Souza is on a mission to counter stereotypes that harm how Latinas and Latinos are perceived. Poised to rise to the highest levels of stardom, Souza has risen due to her own determination … Continued

Help Empower the Next Generation of Latino Leaders

HIP believes that it is imperative to invest in the next generation of Latino leaders. That’s why this year, instead of running a year-end fundraising campaign for HIP, we’re asking our supporters to invest in our Next Generation Latino Leaders in Philanthropy program, which empowers emerging Latino leaders with the skills and networks they need … Continued