COMMUNITY TEAMS

Reasons to Work With Us Today

Education

Increase access to education and opportunities in order to help our Hispanic community seek secondary and post secondary education, seek better employment opportunities and obtain better pay. Assist our community in English fluency. Increase opportunities of education and resources.

 

Increase access to resources and information which will help our youth stay in school, choose a career and seek post secondary educational opportunities.

Immigration

Increase the access to lower cost immigration services and Pro Bono as well as information and resources.

 

Immigration Clinics and Citizenship clinics

Health

Through our Annual Health Fair and Expo, increase access to preventive care screenings, referrals and local resources to promote health and wellness.

 

Through our specific focus clinics held throughout the year, increase access to health services in partnership with local health resources to bring education, referrals and increase awareness. This years focuses are: free mammograms, free flu shots and free dental cleanings and fillings for children.

Financial Empowerment

Increase access to employment opportunities and local employers through mini job fairs, an annual Latino job fair.

 

Women’s Entrepreneur Group-Leadership, Empowerment and Entrepreneur skills development. Monthly events.

Latest News

What's New In Our Comunity

Latin Voice

La Alianza aims to connect residents to services, resources they need Lindsey Covarrubias and Diego Covarrubias help attendees sign in for the inaugural meeting of the Hispanic Alliance in Gainesville, on Oct. 19, 2017. The nonprofit brought together individuals from different backgrounds and organizations to collaborate on how to reach out and help the Hispanic […]

DACA youth hold out hope for relief from legislation

DACA youth hold out hope for relief from legislation Supreme Court upholds ‘Dreamers’ status, for now, despite administration’s goal for more immigration reform by: Joshua Silavent Supporters of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program demonstrate Sept. 3, 2017, on Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) The Supreme […]

New activities for the Community

June 5th English Classes Start! 8 week sessions, $25 Registration fee and $150 (includes books).   June 9th 1st Annual Health Fair and Expo @ 1500 Browns Bridge Road parking lot. 10-2pm. Free screenings and access to community resources.  

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WE NEED VOLUNTEERS

 

We need volunteers who want to help us with homework, special events. We would love to join us in this work to strengthen the Hispanic community in Gainesville.

We thank our supporters and corporate partners!

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