Building Economic and Community Vitality for Oregon's Latinx Population Resource Page
The Latino Partnership Program (LPP) is a statewide program of the Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) that works toward building onto the strengths, wisdom and richness of Oregon’s Latinx/o community. Through small grants and statewide partnerships, LPP funds efforts within education, leadership development and community bridge building that address social and economic issues. To learn more about LPP, please click here.
The recording of this event can be found here.
LISTO is a literacy program for the entire family under one roof, supporting all family members with their educational needs and goals. LISTO promotes bilingual literacy through:
- A supportive pre-school environment in Spanish for 3, 4, and 5 year-olds
- Early learning for infants and toddlers in a culturally and developmentally appropriate environment Multi-age homework support and college readiness for school-age siblings
- English as a Second Language (ESL) and INEA-basic literacy classes in Spanish for parents.
Click here to view the LISTO Family Literacy Program video.
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Donate: Click here and scroll to the bottom of the page, you’ll see a green donate button.
Please select LISTO Family Literacy Program or the LISTO Family Fire Relief Fund as the program you would like to donate to.
PCUN – Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste
Since 1985, PCUN has advocated for Oregon farmworkers and working Latinx families, working tirelessly to empower these communities to understand and take action against systematic exploitation and its harmful effects. Our mission is to empower farmworkers and working Latinx families in Oregon by building community, increasing Latinx representation in elections, and policy advocacy on both the national and state levels.
Click here to view the Farmworkers on the Frontlines video.
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Oregon Worker Relief Fund (OWRF)
The Oregon Worker Relief Fund provides financial support directly to Oregonians who have lost their jobs yet are ineligible for Unemployment Insurance and federal stimulus relief due to their immigration status, and now face hunger, homelessness, and economic hardship.
To learn more and donate fund for individuals and families, visit this page: https://workerrelief.org/
Oregon Worker Relief Infrastructure Fund
The state of Oregon has no platform to disburse funds to people without Social Security numbers. Without such a platform, distributing funds to our immigrant community would be an impossibility. Click here to learn more and donate to the Oregon Worker Relief Infrastructure Fund.
Located in Hermiston, Raíces mission is to create a space for our community’s voice by empowering Latinx leaders through unity, education and connections. Together as one; always moving forward.
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