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Hispanics in Philantropy

HIP has built a network of more than 600 members and has provided grants to more than 500 Latino nonprofits in 19 sites across the United States and Latin America.

Through our grant-making collaboratives with more than 160 foundation, corporate, and individual funding partners, HIP has provided capacity-building funds and training for Latino nonprofits in Arizona, California, Chicago, Colorado, Connecticut, South Florida, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Southeastern Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Washington, D.C., and Southeast Wisconsin. In Latin America, HIP has supported NGOs and economic development projects in Argentina, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico. HIP has built a network of more than 600 members and has provided grants to more than 500 Latino nonprofits in 19 sites across the United States and Latin America.

Through our grant-making collaboratives with more than 160 foundation, corporate, and individual funding partners, HIP has provided capacity-building funds and training for Latino nonprofits in Arizona, California, Chicago, Colorado, Connecticut, South Florida, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Southeastern Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Washington, D.C., and Southeast Wisconsin. In Latin America, HIP has supported NGOs and economic development projects in Argentina, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico.