Hispanics in Philanthropy

Oct 26, 2015

10.26.15 NC Nonprofit News

SECU Foundation provides $500,000 no-interest construction loan to Inter-Faith Alliance Corporation, Children’s Theatre of Charlotte’s opens latest production of Coraline, The Hispanic League now accepting applications for the Hispanic League Scholarship Program, the Duke Endowment is currently accepting applications for the 2016–2018 Fellowship, and more.

Feb 8, 2012

Foundation funding for Hispanics stalls

The Latino population is growing and now represents a larger share of the U.S. population than any other minority group, but the share of foundation funding for this segment of society has remained about the same over the past decade, a new study says.

Oct 14, 2011

Grant proposals require clarity, logic, details

Writing applications for grants has become a strategic task that requires understanding funders and making a clear and compelling case, supported by evidence, that the program or project the grant will fund will be effective in addressing a particular problem or need.

Nov 10, 2009

Latino professionals create charitable fund

The fund will make grants to support mentoring of young Latino professionals and tutoring and mentoring of Latino students in the Guilford Public Schools.

Apr 21, 2009

Dubester joins El Centro Latino

Ilana Dubester will serve as interim executive director until the board finds a successor to Victor Melendez, who stepped down in February.

Jul 3, 2008

Dubester leaves Hispanics in Philanthropy

Ilana Dubester has stepped down as program coordinator of Hispanics in Philanthropy in North Carolina, a role she held for almost five years.