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HIP Awards Alex Sanchez of Homies Unidos with 2020 RWJF Award for Health Equity
Oakland, CA -- Today, Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) announced that Alex Sanchez, executive director of Homies Unidos, was presented with the 2020 Robert Wood Johnson...
Mobilizing Across Borders: Briefing for Hurricane Relief in Central America
Hispanics in Philanthropy Urges Donations for Central American Hurricane Response Fund
* Watch the full briefing here*
Oakland, CA -- Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP),...
Hispanics in Philanthropy’s Statement on President-elect Joe Biden’s Victory
Washington, D.C. -- (November 7, 2020)-- Joe Biden has met the threshold of 270 electoral college votes to secure the Presidential seat. Ana Marie Argilagos, President and CEO...
Power Building & Justice RFP
HIP's Power Building and Justice initiative centers the expertise and shared affirmative vision of community-based organizations and leaders to...
No hay manera humana de restablecer Quédate en México (MPP)
En 2019, con el inicio del Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), las personas que solicitaban asilo en los Estados Unidos desde su frontera sur, principalmente centroamericanas,...
Cohort 7. New Applications
Launch of Applications for HIP’s Cohort 7 Líderes Fellowship
Overview of the Program:
With the constantly changing of times, affirming a space for...
Honoring Ron Blackburn-Moreno
HIP Shares Condolences for Leader in Higher Education for Latinos in the U.S.
Oakland, CA -- On the day of his memorial, Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) extends its...
HURACANES FUND REPORT
Líderes Fellowship 2022 Cohort 7
We’ve begun to recruit for the next round of Líderes! We’re looking for mid-career Latinx disruptors, changemakers, leaders, dreamers, and believers to join our Líderes...
LATINX Launchpad Startup Pitch Competition Attracts Top Latina Talent
Hispanics in Philanthropy Strengthens Pipeline of Latinx Startups at SOCAP Global Conference
Oakland, CA -- This Tuesday, Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) hosted a Latinas Who...
Hispanics in Philanthropy Announces Board Member Transitions
HIP Welcomes New Board Members Dr. Icela Pelayo, Jonathan Jayes-Green, Raul Moas, and Glenda Monterroza
Oakland, CA -- This October, Hispanics in Philanthropy revealed their...
Hispanics in Philanthropy Calls for Justice to Haitian Migrants
A Call on Philanthropy to Increase Protection and Resources to Ensure Well-Being of Haitians
OAKLAND -- As more than 6,000 Haitian migrants have been inhumanely treated,...
BOSTON GLOBE OPINION: We need to recognize and understand the minority within a minority I am one of the growing numbers of Afro-Latinos in the United States. I am not unique.
I am one of the growing numbers of Afro-Latinos in the United States. I am not unique.
By Mary Skelton Roberts
Dianne Morales, a candidate for New York City mayor,...
Humanitarian Groups Demand Protection of Haitian Families
CORE and Hispanics in Philanthropy Respond to Inhumane Enforcement at the U.S. Border
This week, the U.S. initiated the deportation of Haitian migrants camped in Del Rio,...
In partnership with Funders for LGBTQ Issues and #PRIDEconHIP panelists, we’ve aggregated a variety of resources to help funders, activists, and others interested in...
LATINX Launchpad Celebrates Growing Pipeline of Latinx Startups
Sign-Speak Inc, ConciergeBot, and Everlaunch Sweep Top Awards for Latinx Pitch Competition in Los Angeles
Oakland, CA -- On the eve of Hispanic Heritage month, LATINX...
Collective Corazón: The Power is Ours
Hispanics in Philanthropy Invites Leaders to Create an Ecosystem of Social Change
Oakland, CA -- This week, Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) kicked off a three-day hybrid...
HIP has a New Look!
It has been a labor of love and we are beyond thrilled to finally be able to share Hispanics in Philanthropy’s new look! Throughout the last year, the team has been working...
COVID-19 Rapid Response Migration Fund
When organizations and shelters that provide services and support to migrants, asylum seekers and refugee populations had to close their doors due to the pandemic, we knew we...
HIP LÍDERES FELLOWSHIP COHORT 6
Hispanics in Philanthropy is excited to announce our 2021-2022 Líderes Fellows. This unique group of 25 individuals come from across five regions and are ready to grow, disrupt...
SCOTUS Affirms Remain in Mexico Policy
“This is an absolute death sentence for thousands seeking safety...”
Washington, DC -- On Tuesday, the Supreme Court of the United States denied the Biden...
Family Unity Fund Receives $2M in Support from W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Hispanics in Philanthropy’s Family Unity Fund Aims to Grant $3M in its Second Phase of Grants for Family Reunification and Wellbeing
Oakland, CA -- Today, Hispanics in...
Census Confirms Increased Diversity in the Last Decade, Latinxs Account for 62.1M of U.S. Population
Hispanics in Philanthropy Responds to the 2020 U.S. Census Data Release
Washington, D.C.-- In response to today’s newly released U.S. Census Bureau's 2020...
LATINX Launchpad-SoCal, 2021
Tune into Latinx Voices on Economic Justice
Article Series in Partnership with Nonprofit Quarterly
August 11, 2021
HIP partnered with Nonprofit Quarterly this summer to publish a series of articles centering Latinx...
Remembering the 23 Victims and Their Families in El Paso, Texas
HIP Joins Call to Center Safety and Healing Against Violent Acts of Domestic Terrorism
Oakland, CA -- Today Hispanics in Philanthropy issued the following statement...
Human trafficking in Mexico 2
Human trafficking is a social, multi-causal, criminal phenomenon, with a complex definition and understanding. For that reason HIP has developed the report "Human Trafficking in...
Trata de personas en México 2
La trata de personas es un fenómeno social, multicausal, delictivo, de compleja descripción y comprensión, es por ello que HIP ha desarrollado el informe “Trata de...
Acontecimientos Proyecto M
Información Capacity Building - Programa Migración
En 2020 iniciamos una colaboración desde HIP con Civic House para el proceso de Capacity Building con las aliadas del...
Project M Updates
An initiative through which we aim to strengthen collaboration and coordination among HIP’s partner organizations, kicked off by the Migration and Forced Displacement...
Solidarity for Cuban and Haitian Communities
Oakland, CA -- In response to the most recent expressions of the people of Cuba and Haiti and their respective diaspora communities across the United States and Latin America,...