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Adelante Community Development
Adelante Community Development Mission: To advance economic and educational opportunities for Latinos through impactful partnerships with business owners, families and community stakeholders.
Adelante Mujer, Inc.
The mission of Adelante Mujer, Inc. is to sponsor and promote programs dedicated to the inclusion of Latina college and high school students in pursuit of higher education, professional career growth, and cultural leadership development.
Al Frente De Lucha
Al Frente de Lucha is ​an anti-colonial organization dedicated to the struggle for the self-determination and liberation of all oppressed people.
Alianza NORCO
Our work has focuses on making tangible contributions in our immigrant community based on immigrant input.
Americas for Conservation + the Arts 501c3 (AFC+A)
Americas for Conservation +the Arts is an environmental nonprofit advancing community resilience through a citizenry of environmental stewards for public health, and leveraging arts and culture for conservation gains.
Amistad, El Centro Amistad
Our mission is to create opportunities and programs that promote health equity, education, and quality of life for the Latino community in Boulder County.  Latino families face increased barriers to clean water, healthy food and wellness because of systemic and historic injustices. Join us in our effort to bring Health Equity to Latino Families in Boulder County by supporting AMISTAD.
Antonito Together
Antonito Together is a Health Equity Community Outreach Organization located in Antonito, Colorado operating as a non-profit organization under Colorado Non-Profit Development Center (CNDC). Our mission is to bring health equity to the Antonito community through cultural cohesion and healing and through economic development.
Aurora Community Connection family resource center
ACC's mission is to develop the capacities of underserved families, increase access to resources and promote social equity. We aim to foster healthy, interdependent communities by recognizing and engaging people’s capacities.
Avanza Latino
Our mission is to create sustainable economic viability and a high quality of life for the Latino community through financial viability, education, improved health, cultural heritage, and civic engagement opportunities.
Bilingual Medicare Counseling program
Provide FREE Medicare Counseling for Spanish Speaking Older Adults in Boulder County
To increase access to fresh and healthy groceries is accessible for all communities. Bondadosa is on a mission to create a more sustainable Colorado Food ecosystem. We are reimagining how people access food.
CHAC Gallery
To promote and preserve Latino/Chicano arts by giving artists a venue to present their work and education programs teaching Latino/Chicano arts.
COLOR Action Fund
Founded in 2020, the COLOR Action Fund (501C-4) is the first and only Reproductive-Justice based action fund in Colorado working to elect leaders who will prioritize the needs of Latino communities in every step of their campaigns and policy proposals.
Cafecito Denver
Denver Cafecito is a group of Latinx individuals who are interested in public policy and other issues.  It is also a support network distributing information about job openings and community events and information.
Casa de Paz
Reunite families separated by immigrant detention, one simple act of love at a time
Center for Health Progress
We believe health care is a right. So, we fight for laws and policies that make it possible for everyone to care for themselves and their families.
Centro Humanitario Para Los Trabajadores
To promote the rights and well being of day laborers and domestic workers in Colorado through economic opportunity, education, job skills and leadership development, advocacy and united action.
Centro San Juan Diego
A Ministry of the Archdiocese of Denver, Centro San Juan Diego promotes the common good of the Hispanic community through education, family support, integration, and leadership formation.
Cesar Chavez Celebration Committee of Mesa County
Cesar Chavez Celebration's mission is to remind others, we share a common humanity, and all have an equal opportunity to have healthy productive lives. Additionally, we want individuals to understand and celebrate Cesar Chavez’s dedication to assist all farm workers in reaching equity and pride in their heritage.
Chicano/a Murals of Colorado Project
The Chicano Murals of Colorado Project was established in 2018 to promote, preserve, and protect Colorado's artistic legacy in the face of increasing urban development and gentrification.
Child and Migrant Services, Inc.
To provide and coordinate community services for migrant and seasonal workers and their families in Mesa County---so that they may live and work with dignity in our community.
Clinica Colorado
To provide equitable primary health care and resources for those with limited access across Colorado.
Colectiva Creando Cambios en Colorado
Crear conciencia de las cosas que se hacen al beneficio de la comunidad
Colorado Alliance of Latino Mentors and Authors CALMA
The Colorado Alliance of Latino Mentors and Authors seeks to provide hands-on strategies for aspiring Latino authors by providing forums, venues, mentoring and coaching to promote and market their work and in addition, to elevate and celebrate the current writers and authors in Colorado.
Colorado Association for Bilingual Education
Our mission is to advocate for and enhance the development of educational policy and programs that will positively affect learners and communities of linguistically and culturally diverse backgrounds.
Colorado Circles for Change
Colorado Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
The mission of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver is to promote and advance the growth of the Hispanic business.
Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition
The Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (CIRC) is a statewide, membership-based coalition of immigrant, faith, labor, youth, community, business and ally organizations founded in 2002 to improve the lives of immigrants and refugees by making Colorado a more welcoming, immigrant-friendly state. CIRC achieves this mission through non-partisan civic engagement, public education, and advocating for workable, fair and humane immigration policies.
Colorado Latino Democratic Caucus
The Colorado Democratic Latino Caucus is a group of 13 Latino legislators from across Colorado who proudly and passionately serve in the Colorado General Assembly.
Colorado Latino Leadership, Advocacy, & Research Organization (CLLARO)
CLLARO’s mission is to empower Latinos through leadership development, advocacy, and policy research to strengthen Colorado. CLLARO’s vision for the future is a State of Colorado where Latinos achieve their fullest potential. La misión de CLLARO es empoderar a los Latinos mediante el desarrollo de liderazgo, apoyo e investigación de políticas que fortalezcan a Colorado. La visión de CLLARO para el futuro es la de un Estado de Colorado donde los habitantes Latinos alcancen su mayor potencial.
Colorado Latinos Vote
Colorado Latinos Vote is dedicated to expanding Latino/a/x voter engagement in Colorado. We work to educate and empower members of our community to participate more fully in the democratic process.
Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR)
Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights (COLOR) is a community-rooted organization that works to enable Latinx individuals and their families to lead safe, healthy and self-determined lives.
Colorado People's Alliance (COPA)
Colorado People’s Alliance (COPA) is a racial justice, member-led organization dedicated to advancing and winning progressive social change locally, statewide and nationally. COPA builds power to improve the lives of all Coloradans through leadership development, organizing and alliance building.
Colorado Society of Hispanic Genealogy
To search for our ancestors, find out about their lives, how they were instrumental in shaping our country.
Colorado Springs Hispanic Business Council - The Hispanic Chamber
To create greater prosperity in the Pikes Peak region by attracting, promoting, and nurturing Hispanic and small business owned enterprises.
Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition
The Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition (CSPC) was founded in 1980 and led by a group of parents and educators who came together to begin grassroots coordinated efforts to empower parents to become their children's advocates and have a voice in their educational process.
Compañeros: Four Corners Immigrant Resource Center
Compañeros is a grassroots organization dedicated to empowering the immigrant population of the rural Four Corners region to live fulfilling lives, achieve self-sufficiency, and become active members of society.
Conectoras de Montbello
Una comunidad de adultos mayores liderada por ellos mismos, conscientes y en control de su entorno.
Convivir Colorado
We are a 6th through 12th grade leadership program for immigrant, refugee, and first generation youth that helps them channel their leadership through the lens of their migrant journey, so they can strengthen their sense of self and continue practicing agency as they make a positive impact on their Aurora and Metro Denver communities. Our vision is immigrants will thrive in their authenticity and build a more just society for all.
Cultivating community leadership to advance health equity through advocacy, collaboration, and policy change.
Denver Inner City Parish
The Denver Inner City Parish loves and supports individuals and families in our community, empowering them to break the cycle of poverty.
Denver Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs (DOIRA)
The Denver Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs promotes greater awareness and integration of immigrant and refugee residents in Denver. We partner with nonprofits, community based organizations, residents and government agencies to develop and implement policies, practices and programs that influence the various paths of immigrant integration.
East Denver Food Hub
Bringing fresh food to our community and championing the viability of local farmers.
El Comite de Longmont, Inc
The Mission of El Comité is to facilitate communication and understanding within the community to improve social justice, education and economic status for the Latino and non-Latino members of the community.
El Grupo Vida
El Grupo VIDA is a network of Hispanic/Latino parents formed to provide mutual support for people with disabilities or special needs, their parents, family, and guardians.
Engaged Latino Parents Advancing Students Outcomes (ELPASO)
ELPASO, Engaged Latino Parents Advancing School Outcomes, is a critical mass of Latino parents who are to help their children succeed in kindergarten and beyond. (Boulder, Longmont y Lafayette parent leadership)
FMCUP Fort Morgan Culture United by Progress
Equity in the community
Focus Points Family Resource Center
Building Better Communities by Strengthening Families
Fuerza Latina
Fuerza Latina is an organization of immigrants and allies dedicated to educating, informing, organizing, and promoting change to facilitate an improved quality of life for immigrants in our community. We have been working in our community as a grassroots organization since 2002.
Green Latinos
GreenLatinos is a national non-profit organization that convenes a broad coalition of Latino leaders committed to addressing national, regional and local environmental, natural resources and conservation issues that significantly affect the health and welfare of the Latino community in the United States. GreenLatinos provides an inclusive table at which its members establish collaborative partnerships and networks to improve the environment; protect and promote conservation of land and other natural resources; amplify the voices of low-income and tribal communities; and train, mentor, and promote the current and future generations of Latino environmental leaders for the benefit of the Latino community and beyond. GreenLatinos develops and advocates for policies and programs to advance this mission.
Growing Home, Inc.
Growing Home’s mission is to guide children and their families on the path to a brighter future.
Grupo Esperanza de Colorado Springs
We are a grassroots, immigrant-led organization that seeks to educate, empower, and uplift the local undocumented immigrant community.
Hispanic Affairs Project
Providing leadership development, advocacy and key services for immigrant integration in western Colorado
Hispanic Contractors of Colorado
Build opportunities to strengthen and sustain our members' knowledge, connections and voice within the public/private sector in the Colorado Construction Industry.
Immigrant Pathways Colorado
Immigrant Pathways Colorado was founded in 2009 to support self-development activities and the integration of immigrants and refugees into the Denver Metro area. Immigrant Pathways Colorado is a community-supported 501(c)3 organization.
Integrated Community
To proactively promote and support the successful integration of immigrant and local community members in Northwest Colorado through education, cultural exchange, and collaboration to build a more united community whose members can communicate, participate and contribute.
LULAC National Education Service Center, Pueblo
The mission of the LULAC National Educational Service Centers is to provide educational and leadership opportunities to create lifelong learners and leaders within the Hispanic community. We seek to develop America’s future workforce by effectively preparing young people for the jobs of the new economy.
La Cocina
To dismantle systems of oppression and co-create paths to liberation by providing full access to traditional and non-traditional forms of mental health and health equity support services.
La Esperanza de Emily
La Esperanza de Emily INSPIRAR, EDUCAR, CAMBIAR Grupo de apoyo de padres. En nuestra comunidad.
La piñata del aprendizaje
Two-generation early education program in Globeville & Elyria-Swansea.  It provides parents and caregivers with tools they need to support their child's school readiness.
Las Adelitas Living The Arts
Provide passionate personal support for Latinas, promoting their gifted talents in an artistically creative atmosphere.
Latin American Educational Foundation
LAEF Mission:
Latina SafeHouse
To provide bilingual and culturally sensitive services to Latinx survivors of domestic violence.
Latinas First Foundation
Established in 2011 the Latinas First Foundation was created to provide a critical network and support for Latinas to reach their highest potential. The organization provides scholarships, mentorship and networking opportunities, and honors Latina Trailblazers and Unsung Heroines. Latinas First is focused on the cultural and historical contributions of Latinas to the state of Colorado and strives to herald a new generation of professional Latinas who will contribute to our communities.
Latinas First Foundation
Denver's 1st Latina giving circle with a charitable fund at The Denver Foundation.
Latino Chamber of Commerce of Boulder County
The Latino Chamber of Commerce promotes economic advancement, growth, and sustainability for its members by enabling access to business opportunities and developmental resources through strategic initiatives. Mission: Maximize the Latino economic development and job creation through advocacy and programs that generate success and value for the Latino and general business community.
Latino Chamber of Commerce of Pueblo
The Latino Chamber of Commerce of Pueblo is a dynamic business organization committed to promoting opportunity, growth, and progress of small businesses in a highly diverse society with emphasis on the Latino community.
Latino Community Foundation of Colorado
LCFC’s mission is to work hand in hand with our diverse communities to create culturally responsive strategies that build influence, equity and opportunity for all Latino Coloradans.
Latino Cultural Arts Center
The Mission of the Latino Cultural Arts Center (LCAC) is to strengthen the knowledge of the extensive artistic expressions of Latinos living in the U.S. and globally through education, discussion, exhibition, and preservation of their historical and ongoing contributions.
Latino Leadership Institute
The Latino Leadership Institute (LLI) at the University of Denver honors the heritage of leadership, advances Latino professionals to positions of influence, and prepares organizations to innovate for the workplace of tomorrow.
Latino Research and Policy Center- Colorado School Public Health- University of Colorado
The Latino Research and Policy Center (LRPC) is housed in the Colorado School of Public Health (CSPH) at the University of Colorado Denver (CU-Denver), Downtown Campus. The LRPC’s mission is to increase collaborative partnerships with community-based organizations, academic institutions, and state/city elected officials to work toward eliminating the health and education disparities affecting Latino communities in Colorado and the nation. The LRPC’s vision is to become a nationally-renowned higher education, research, data, and policy expert on health and education disparities affecting Latino communities. " Our Mission is to collaborate with community organizations, academic institutions, and state/city elected officials to eliminate health and education disparities affecting Latinos"
Latinos Impacting Our Future Together (L.I.F.T.)
The Latinos Impacting our Future Together L.I.F.T. Giving Circle supports and empowers our communities in Colorado by elevating identity, awareness and culture through philanthropy and partnership.
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Fort Morgan
The Mission of the League of United Latin American Citizens is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States.
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) National Education Service Center
Program model that services high-need Latino students at all stages of educational development. LNESC develops and delivers a range of services at the elementary, middle, and high school levels.
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League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Pueblo, Council 3043
The Mission of the League of United Latin American Citizens is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States.
League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), Aims/Fort Lupton,Council Number: 30011,
The Aims League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) - Fort Lupton is a student organization that focuses on Latino issues and events on campus, as well as in the local community.
League of United Latin American Citizens LULAC  Pikes Peak Council
The Mission of the League of United Latin American Citizens is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States.
Lideramos: The National Latino Leadership Alliance
Lideramos has been formed to expand, connect, and enhance the quality and impact of of Latino Leadership programs across our country. Our vision is “to create a nation of Latino Leaders.”
MILE HI VETERANS (formerly American GI Forum Mile High Chapter)
Focus on Veteran's issues, education, community, and civil rights.
Madres En Acción de Rifle, CO
Madres En Acción es un grupo de mujeres que trabaja para apoyar nuestros niños y comunidad.
Mi Casa Peru Colorado
MI CASA PERU COLORADO promueve ,difunde,informa ,educa y apoya a generaciones presentes y futuras a cultivar sus raices peruanas en el exterior. "MI CASA PERU- COLORADO" es una organizacion non profit que se creo oficialmente en el estado de Colorado el 11 de Junio del 2014 en los Estados Unidos de Norteamerica, que su mision sera difundir , propagar, mostrar nuestra cultura en el exterior a travez de sus danzas Folkloricas, su gastronomia, su artesania, su deporte, su musica, su arte y ayuda a promover los negocios . También uno de sus principales objetivos es ayudar con la educación a jóvenes y adultos
Mi Casa Resource Center
Educating, supporting, and training youth and adults on their path to economic success.
Mi Familia Vota
Mi Familia Vota’s mission is to build Latino political power by expanding the electorate, strengthening local infrastructures, and through year-round voter engagement. We are also training the next generation of leaders by opening opportunities through our Youth Development Programs and through our Mi Familia Vota work. We are strategically located in states with some of the highest Latino population counts, but have worked to identify and serve communities where Latino participation in the electoral process is lacking. We advocate year-round on critically important issues that affect our community in the fields of immigration, voting rights, the environment, workers’ rights, education, and health care.
Mujeres de Colores
The Mission of Mujeres de Colores is to elevate the status of women and children through education and leadership. The vision of Mujeres de Colores is for all women of color to realize their potential.
Museo de las Americas Denver
Museo de las Americas is dedicated to educate our community through collecting, preserving, interpreting and exhibiting the diverse arts and cultures of the Americas, from ancient to contemporary, through innovative exhibitions and programming.
NEWSED Community Development Corporation
NEWSED promotes the economic success of underserved populations in the seven county Denver metro area through community development with a focus on affordable housing, small businesses and asset creation.
Project VOYCE
Project VOYCE’s mission is to partner with youth to cultivate transformational leadership that addresses the root causes of inequity in underrepresented communities by training, employing, organizing, and building equitable youth-adult partnerships.
Protégete: Nuestro futuro vale la lucha
Together we are raising the voices of Colorado Latino families to protect our air, our health, and our future.
Pueblo Hispanic Education Foundation
PHEF helps students turn their educational dreams into goals and those goals into reality by providing scholarships for higher education to students in need from all backgrounds from Pueblo and Southern Colorado to assist them in achieving lifelong success.
REFORMA Colorado Chapter
REFORMA is the national association to promote library and information services to Latinos and the Spanish speaking. The Colorado Chapter is one of twenty chapters around the country which supports the national organization’s mission, and works on matters of importance to Colorado’s Latino/Hispanic communities. Our goals in support of this mission are: To promote development of Spanish-language and Latino/Hispanic oriented library collections. To support active recruitment of bilingual, bicultural library staff. To increase Latino/Hispanic awareness of available library services and collections. To advocate on behalf of the information needs of the Latino/Hispanic community.
RISE Colorado
RISE Colorado works to Educate, Engage, and Empower low-income families and families of color to RISE as change agents for educational equity in our public school system.
Radio Bilingue KHUI-FM 89.1 Mhz
Radio Bilingüe is the leading Latino public radio network and content producer for the nation’s public broadcasting system.  Its mission is to serve as a voice to empower Latinos and other under-served communities.
We cultivate thriving, resilient communities by developing local leaders, growing community food systems, and building a locally-owned economy
Ricardo Flores Magón Academy
Ricardo Flores Magón Academy is a k-8 school committed to rigorous academics, social consciousness, and cultural awareness; inspiring our students to reach their highest social and academic potential.
Rocky Mountain Welcome Center
The Rocky Mountain Welcome Center (RMWC) is an immigrant-led multi-tenant, shared space not-for-profit organization with the mission of
Roots Family Center
Our mission is to grow the next generation of confident, compassionate and healthy children who are rooted in the culture and strengths of their families and communities.
San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center
To connect and empower immigrants with resources to achieve legal documentation, fulfill their economic needs, and integrate into the community.
Servicios de La Raza
From the moment we opened our doors, every day has been spent in dedicated service of our mission to provide and advocate for culturally responsive, essential human services and opportunities to our community.
Sociedad Proteccion Mutua De Trabajadores Unidos  (S.P.M.D.T.U.)
Our Statement of Purpose La Sociedad Protección Mutual de Trabajadores Unidos está dedicada a servir a las comunidades en las que reside. Este servicio a la comunidad se lleva a cabo, centrándose en de Conservación Cultural, Conservación de la Organización, Empeño de la Comunidad y Educación. La Sociedad Protección Mutua de Trabajadores Unidos is dedicated to serving the communities in which it resides. This service to community is accomplished by focusing on Cultural Preservation, Organizational Preservation, Community Engagement, and Education. The Establishment of Our Purpose The original concepts of mutual protection and aid that were the foundation of the formation of the SPMDTU must be respected and preserved as the organization moves forward in the 21st Century. Many of the reasons for the formation of the SPMDTU no longer are concerns for current members. The SPMDTU has recently experienced a period of inactivity from some of the Concilios Locales and that has prompted the formation of a committee to examine the roles of the Concilio Superior and the Concilio Locales to develop a Statement of Purpose for La Sociedad. Members of this committee include: Hmo. Antonio Esquibel, Concilio #7, Denver Hmo. Félix López, Concilio #1, Antonito Hmo. Robert Martínez, Concilio #19, Alamosa Hmo. Manuel Salazar, Concilio #7, Denver Hmo. Jerry Romero, Concilio #57, Nambé Hmo. Anselmo Valerio, Concilio #18, Ranchos de Taos Hmo. Baudilio Baca, Concilio #57, Nambé Hmo. Richard de Olivas y Córdova, Concilio #31, Chama Concilio #15, Placitas was not represented. A survey of members was distributed in order to solicit opinions as to the role of the Concilio Superior and the Concilios Locales. Based on the information that was generated from the survey, members of the committee began discussing options for the Statement of Purpose. After much discussion, the committee identified four areas of focus for the Statement of Purpose. Each of these areas have their own unique elements or potential activities that help to define emphasis for each identified purpose.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers Chapter at the University of Colorado Denver
As an engineering student organization for the University of Colorado Denver, we aim to retain current engineering and STEM-related students through supportive relationships and activities, promote engineering to students strong in the areas of STEM and to provide our members a connection to professional development opportunities. Develop connections and become leaders in our community.
Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center
Su Teatro’s mission is to promote, produce, develop and preserve the cultural arts, heritage, and traditions of the Chicano/Latino community; to advance mutual respect for other cultures; and to establish avenues where all cultures may come together.
Tepeyac Community Health Center
At Clinica Tepeyac, our mission is to inspire health, wellbeing, and humanity in our community, through all of life’s stages. We are integrative clinic that offers medical, dental and behavioral health services in Spanish and English.
The Family Center/La Familia
Working alongside diverse families we provide high quality childcare and supportive services, with an emphasis on cultural attunement with the Latinx community.
The GrowHaus
to create a neighborhood based, community driven hub for food production, distribution, education, and economic opportunity
Una Mano Una Esperanza
Our vision is to lift-up the voices and lives of our immigrant families. Our mission is to advocate for Denver’s Latino immigrants and cultivate them to become leaders for their children, families, and neighborhoods.
United Mexican American Students y MECHA
UMAS y MECHA is a Chicanx and Latinx student group on the University of Colorado Boulder campus. Our mission is to encourage respect, dignity, justice and equality for the Chicana/Chicano. To that end, we work with any organization that advances the rights of all people.
Valley Settlement
Valley Settlement serves Spanish-speaking immigrant families in the Roaring Fork Valley with six two-generation programs focused on early childhood education, adult education, community engagement, and maternal mental health.
Vecinos de Montbello
Vecinos, estamos creciendo y adaptando nuevas responsabilidades. Nos registramos como una organización comunitaria con la ciudad de Denver para proporcionarles MÁS informacion y recursos comunitarios. Tendremos una voz MÁS fuerte para representar a Montbello y hacer los cambios que queremos ver. Este sera siendo un espacio para compartir informacion y recursos, conectarse con sus vecinos y estar al tanto con las noticias de la comunidad. Nosotros NO respaldamos a ningun partido politico o candidato a ninguna oficina electoral.
ViVe Wellness
ViVe’s Mission is building wellness for low income families through healthy living education and physical while fostering social and emotional health. Our primary purpose is to give underserved youth and their families the opportunity to engage in healthy living through various programs created by the community such as -Aprende a Nadar ( Learn ti Swim) - Youth workforce ( teen and adults job readiness and placement in the areas of aquatic , fitness and outdoor recreation ) - Mindfulness classes and well as Youth -Mental Health First aid classes. - Nature hike, Nature trips - community Events such as Caminando con tu comunidad , El Reto obstacle course , El Chapuzon swim meets , Flotando en el Rio - Rafting.
Visión Latina
Misión: Organización Latina comprometida a la integración multicultural, aumento de oportunidades y empoderamiento de sus comunidades. Visión: Establecer, empoderar, informar, crear unidad, unificar.
Voces Unidas de las Montañas
Advocacy organization
Voces Unidas for Justice
Como una organización sin lucros la misión nuestra es proveer un ambiente para Latinas que incluye la riqueza de las identidades nuestras durante que construimos fortalecimiento & liderazgo sobre las temas de justicia, igualdad, & seguridad; con las metas principales de acceso a los servicios de seguridad, creando apoyo comunal para lograr las redes y servicios sociales, y construyendo liderazgo comunitario para poner un fin a la violencia doméstica, el acoso sexual, y el acecho para todás personas.
Vuela for Health
To mobilize and engage Latinos through education, collaboration and leadership development leading to improved physical and mental health for themselves and their family.
Western Colorado Latino Chamber of Commerce
To promote the success of our members by facilitating economic and business development and increasing cultural awareness, while offering a portal to our Latino communities.
Young Latino Philanthropists
Young Latino Philanthropists (YLP) was started by a group of visionaries under 35 who wanted to make a difference in the Latino community using the “giving circle” model. YLP is part of the Latino Community Foundation of Colorado.
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