Our Clients


Casita Maria – Founded in 1934, Casita Maria Centers for Arts and Education provides educational support services, homeless services, drug rehabilitation, violence prevention, gang intervention, teen pregnancy prevention and many other services to vulnerable children and adults in South Bronx, NY.

Mary’s Center– Founded in 1988, the mission of Mary’s Center is to build better futures through the delivery of health care, education, and social services. Mary’s Center embraces culturally diverse communities to provide them with the highest quality of care, regardless of ability to pay.


Chicana Latina – The Chicana/Latina Foundation (CLF) is a non-profit organization that promotes professional and leadership development of Latinas. The Foundation's mission is to empower Chicanas/Latinas through personal, educational, and professional advancement.

Communities United for Restorative Youth Justice (CURYJ) - Founded in 2011, CURYJ has been building community relationships and mobilizing young leaders to organize to end mass incarceration and youth criminalization. CURYJ was born when their co-founders, who lived through the impacts of systemic violence and incarceration, set out to beautify their neighborhood, engage youth in the area and coordinate pro-bono legal defense for local defendants in the Fruitvale gang injunctions.

El Quinto Sol de America (EQS) – El Quinto Sol de America is a grassroots organization that works in Lindsay and neighboring unincorporated communities of Tooleville, Plainview, El Rancho and Tonyville, California. EQS helps citizens to improve communication skills and civic engagement to help shape policy that will improve their lives.

Faith in the Valley – As an anchor member of PICO California, the mission of Faith in the Valley is to unlock the power of people to put faith into action in the public square, and to advance a movement for racial justice and health equity. It seeks to build relational power, lift up a new narrative about the lives of people of color, and drive civic engagement efforts that move their community priorities forward. Faith in the Valley is a new city, county and Valley wide organizing effort comprised of five multiracial, multi-faith PICO federations that are consolidating into one regional organization, building on their work over the past 15 years in five counties: Fresno, Merced, Kern, Stanislaus and San Joaquin.

Fathers and Families of San Jacinto (FFSJ) – Fathers and Families of San Jacinto is a progressive, solutions-oriented organization that works to address the varying needs of men, women, youth, their families and the community. By providing socially relevant and culturally relevant services, FFSJ develops local leadership while unifying the efforts of existing groups. FFSJ addresses critical problems such as institutional inequity, fatherless homes, wide spread poverty, employment disparities, inadequate access to public health services, community re-entry and youth on youth violence.

Homies Organizing the Mission to Empower Youth (HOMEY) – HOMEY aims to work directly with their community in schools, on the street, and in jail to deliver popular education and empowerment workshops. Its focus this year is engagement, skill development, and promotion of positive cultural identities.

Latino Outdoors – Latino Outdoors is a network of leaders committed to engaging Latinos/as in the outdoors, connecting families and youth with nature, and supporting a community of storytellers to explore and share their personal experiences. Its growing online platform allows participants to creatively document their cultural connections to conservation, the environment, and the Great American Outdoors with the world.

National Latino Funds Alliance – The National Latino Funds Alliance is committed to the shared goal of promoting the success of Latino philanthropies, with the goal of fundraising and giving back to their communities, mostly in the form of grants to Latino-led nonprofits. 

One Day at a Time (ODAT) – ODAT was founded in 1997 by Johnny Rodriguez to help turn around the lives of young men and women that are at high risks of becoming involved with violence or gangs. ODAT’s goal is to provide youth with a supportive network of peers, opportunities for academic and personal growth and exposure to positive impactful experiences. By enhancing education, leadership skills, providing guidance and developing trusting relationships ODAT empowers youth with the confidence and life skills to make better choices and lead positive lives.

Service, Immigrant Rights and Education Network (SIREN) – Founded in 1987 in response to the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act, the mission of SIREN is to empower low-income immigrants and refugees through community education and organizing, leadership development, policy advocacy and legal services. SIREN believes that regardless of legal status or nationality immigrants are entitled to essential services, human dignity, basic rights and protections and access to full participation in society.

Street Level Health Project (SLHP) – SLHP promotes self-sufficiency for marginalized people of color by creating equitable and dignified access to health and employment regardless of socioeconomic or immigration status. SLHP is an Oakland-based community center dedicated to improving the well being of uninsured, underinsured and recently arrived immigrants in Alameda County.


Dr. Richard Izquierdo Health and Science Charter School –  The Doctor Richard Izquierdo Health and Science Charter School provides scholars with a nurturing and challenging educational experience to develop their abilities and address the health and economic disparities in their community. Upon graduation, scholars are prepared for the highest levels of college achievement, gainful employment as certified health care professionals and a commitment to serve others as they pursue rewarding lives and respected careers for themselves.


Greater Hunts Point Economic Development Corporation (GHPEDC) – Founded in 1988, GHPEDC’s mission is to improve the quality of life of businesses and residents in Hunts Point, Longwood, Port Morris and adjacent South Bronx neighborhoods through advocacy, technical assistance and training.


Maryland Matters – Founded in 2017, Maryland Matters is website providing news and information about state and local government and politics in Maryland.

Nourish Our Kids (NOK) – Founded in 1998, NOK works to prevent obesity in children ages 3-7 by educating and empowering children and their families to make healthier choices so they can enjoy a happier and healthier lifestyle.


Urban Health Plan, Inc. (UHP) – UHP is a not-for-profit network of ten federally qualified health centers, eleven school-based health centers, two part-time clinics, and a mobile clinic serving New York City’s South Bronx, Corona, Queens and Central Harlem neighborhoods.  Founded in 1974 by Dr. Richard Izquierdo, a local physician, UHP provides primary care, specialty, diagnostic and support services to Latino, African-American and emerging South Asian and West African communities.


Latino Victory Project – Co-founded by Eva Longoria and Henry R. Muñoz III, Latino Victory Project is an ambitious, non-partisan effort to build political power within the Latino community to ensure the voices of Latinos are reflected at every level of government and in the policies that drive our nation forward. The Latino Victory Project develops leaders for public office while building a permanent base of Latino donors to support them. Partnering with leading organizations, it shapes public policy that reflects the growing influence of the Latino community while also building cross-constituency alliances that can move the country forward.


Geeks Rule – Geeks Rule promotes the study of and engagement with science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) among underserved youth. Its vision is to eliminate racial, gender and socioeconomic gap in the STEM fields to meet the growing need of STEM professionals in the United States.

Hope Habor - Hope Harbor is a faith-centered nonprofit, which pursues long-term partnerships with individuals and families, helping them achieve their goals, rise out of poverty and create a thriving community in West Baltimore.


Latino Community Foundation (LCF) –LCF is committed to building a movement of civically engaged philanthropic leaders, investing in Latino-led organizations, and increasing political participation of Latinos in California. To date, LCF created the Latino Giving Circle Network™ comprised of 13 Giving Circles with over 400 members, the largest network of Latino philanthropists in the country; invested over $4 million in 75 organizations across California and; launched one of the largest campaigns to mobilize the Latino vote, reaching 8 million people and registering 6,500 Latinos.


National Military Families Association –NFMA was founded in 1969 to serve as the voice of military families. The Association is the “go to” source for Administration officials, members of Congress and key decision makers when they want to understand the issues facing military families.