We are committed to making your donations go a long way.

Together we can do more than give: we can build stronger communities, unite existing leadership, and work together to build a better California. Gifts of any size to the Latino Community Foundation are greatly appreciated and strengthen Latino families and communities across California.

Donate to Nuestro Futuro Fund

The Latino Community Foundation (LCF) launched the Nuestro Futuro Fund  to execute quick strike grants to Latino-led organizations that are equipped to provide legal aid, defend immigration rights, and/or support youth civic and political engagement.

LCF will continue to assess the ongoing needs and demands of these organizations and provide funding for core operations and ensure the leadership and staff have the necessary support to continue moving forward. Simultaneously, LCF will work with our community partners to devise a longer-term offensive plan to uphold the core values of justice and equality.

Nuestro Futuro Overview

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If you have any questions please email: info@latinocf.org or call 415-236-4020.

Join the Latino Giving Circle Network

Maximize your impact today by joining an already existing circle, or start one of your own today. Getting together to give is not only exciting but a powerful way to enjoy greater impact. Giving circles do more than pool financial assets; they also grow leaders, build a stronger community, and draw on member’s skills and talents.

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How to Support the Sacramento Summit

The  Annual Latino Policy Summit is the largest convening of Latino leaders in our State, and the only program of its kind that raises Latino issues and educates community leaders on important policy solutions. Each year, the Summit attracts over 250 Latino-led nonprofit organizations, cross-sector leaders, advocates, and Latino philanthropists to discuss effective and community-rooted policy solutions for Latino families and communities in California. Past Keynotes and attendees include Governor Jerry Brown, Secretary of State Alex Padilla, Senate Pro Tem Kevin de Leon, Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, Senator Ricardo Lara, and many others.  Click here to learn more and register to the 2017 Latino Policy Summit. (link to https://latino-policy-summit2017.eventbrite.com )

California Latino Agenda

The Latino Community Foundation (LCF) is hosting its 5th Annual Latino Policy Summit on Tuesday, May 16th, 2017. The Summit is the largest convening of Latino leaders in our State, and the only program of its kind that raises Latino issues and educates community leaders on important policy solutions.

  Each year, the Summit attracts over 250 Latino-led nonprofit organizations, cross-sector leaders, advocates, and Latino philanthropists to discuss effective and community-rooted policy solutions for Latino families and communities in California. Past Keynotes and attendees include Governor Jerry Brown, Secretary of State Alex Padilla, Senate Pro Tem Kevin de Leon, Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, Senator Ricardo Lara, and many others. 

  This year, summit panels will focus on timely issues in the Latino community and state of California: Latino Youth and Political Power and Latinos and the New Economy.

Capitol Legislative Visits  |  May 16, 2017  |  3:30-4:30 PM



Summit attendees are invited to an Afternoon of Action at the Capitol. A select group of 30 Statewide Latino leaders will facilitate important discussions with Legislative leaders and staff. This is a timely opportunity for Legislators to engage in meaningful dialogue that builds stronger relationships with Latino-based organizations and statewide advocates. These are the leaders that can strengthen the Latino voice and participation in policy.

Directly following the Summit and Legislative Visits, the Latino Community Foundation invites you to join us for a Latino Leadership Reception at 5PM at Cafeteria 15L, Sacramento. This is a unique opportunity for Summit attendees, policy makers, funders and advocates to build lasting relationships that result in better opportunities and equity for the growing Latino community of California. To date, these opportunities have created stronger statewide partnerships, increased trust among partners, and advocacy capacity growth for Latino-based organizations. 



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Did You Know?

Although Latinos make up 17% of the national population, philanthropic giving to Latino organizations has remained stagnant at 1.5% over the last decade.

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