COVID-19 Relief for Our Families

We prioritize our most vulnerable families and children, living in poverty, with no other relief, with little or no support network, English language deficient,  transportation barriers affected with unemployment, quarantine and illness. #Covid19

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COVID-19 Updates

Hall County Emerges as COVID-19 Hotspot

Hall County Emerges as COVID-19 Hotspot

Hall County Emerges as COVID-19 Hotspot

Poultry Capital Braces for COVID

Hall County Emerges as COVID-19 Hotspot

Hall County Emerges as COVID-19 Hotspot

COVID Hotspot

The Church of Jesus Christ donates 41,000 pounds of food

COVID Hotspot

The Church of Jesus Christ donates 41,000 pounds of food

The Church of Jesus Christ donates 41,000 pounds of food

The Church of Jesus Christ donates 41,000 pounds of food

Interview with Jovita Moore

The Church of Jesus Christ donates 41,000 pounds of food

The Church of Jesus Christ donates 41,000 pounds of food

750 Families fed thru Drive Thru

750 Families fed thru Drive Thru

750 Families fed thru Drive Thru

750 Families fed thru Drive Thru

750 Families fed thru Drive Thru

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Our Community

Gainesville City is comprised of 41.3% Latino population. Latinos in Hall County are largest minority living below poverty line, living in neighborhoods of 50% or more in poverty. 

People living in neighborhoods with high poverty levels suffer poorer health, higher rates of crime, poor performing schools, limited access to support networks  and job opportunities. 


Growing up in poverty threatens child development, impairs brain development, leads to poor academic cognitive and health outcomes.
Children who grow up in households with parents with low educational attainment or have not graduated High School have socioeconomic disadvantages, lower birth rate, health issues, are not school ready, have limited opportunities of education and employment as adults.

Impact

520  Volunteers 


Through COVID crisis, supporting iMarch-May : 2000 families with emergency food boxes and food distribution drive-thru. 


Served 600 with Literacy services and English classes and prepared and helped 10 obtain an official GED 


Helped 1075 people connect with preventive Health screenings and community resources 


Helped educate 2800 in immigration education, referrals and services. 


Helped connect 500 families to local resources for basic needs.

Helped 2500 individuals access fruits and vegetables.

Helped 1750 access basic need supplies.

Helped educate and engage 1500 families on Census and Voter registration. 


4500 individuals were involved and engaged in community and cultural activities 



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About Us

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Our Board

Our amazing Board, team and volunteers are committed to improving the lives of our Latinos in Georgia. We open doors of opportunities and access for our families and children.  Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!

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Our History

Hispanic Alliance GA was founded by Vanesa Sarazua, based on the needs she saw with Latino families and children in Hall County. Her service specifically focused on Latino families and children as an advocate in juvenile court through the CASA program and as a facilitator for the Migrant Education program in Hall County schools. Her passion for advocacy, social justice and social services specific to the Latino poor in Hall is the motivation behind programs and services to fill important gaps for the community. 

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Our Mission

Improve the quality of life and provide opportunities for our Hispanic community through services , collaborations, and initiatives in education, health, financial stability, and immigration as well as highlighting the important contributions. 

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Our Team

Our Work

Our Services

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

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ESL 

ESL Workplace 

GED Fastrack Spanish 

Health Outreach 

Immigration Services 

Women Leadership Entrepreneur group 

Basic needs -bookbags, food, Christmas toys 

Civic Engagement and Census 

Youth Leadership Conference 

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

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February  Mujeres Emprendedoras GALA 


May 2 Día del Niño 


May 30th Annual Health Fair 


September 12 Latino Fest 


October Youth Leadership Conference 


December Toy Distribution 

                     Christmas Float 

Storyboard

Upcoming Events

ESL Workplace

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Emilió Ángel,  a Native born Immigrant from El Salvador, obtained his GED in Spanish, with our Prep classes, in 5 months. He said this experience has helped him to see his future as a brighter opportunity in this Country. His dreams are to continue his Education, learn English and obtain better employment. 

ESL Workplace

Mujeres Emprendedoras

ESL Workplace

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Juan Garcia took ESL Workplace by invitation of his employer. He improved communication skills, grammar, reading and writing as well as learn new skills that have helped him perform better at work and lead his coworkers better. 

Mujeres Emprendedoras

Mujeres Emprendedoras

Mujeres Emprendedoras

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As a business owner, Nadia has found the support she needs to grow her business, increase her support and network with other entrepreneur women. The workshops help increase business and sales. 

Immigration Clinics

Mujeres Emprendedoras

Mujeres Emprendedoras

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Maria’s mother was able to finally become a US Citizen through the help of a Citizenship Clinic. In less than 6 months after volunteers had helped fill out her application for free and send it in, she received her appointment for her interview. Thanks to HAGA for those clinics. 

Food Insecurity and Basic Needs

Food Insecurity and Basic Needs

Food Insecurity and Basic Needs

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Access to food through our own Community Food Bank with weekly Despensa program and Monthly Drive thru. Support network for resources, benefits and connections to agencies for basic needs. Connection to SNAP and WIC for children. 


Immigration Services

Food Insecurity and Basic Needs

Food Insecurity and Basic Needs

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Obtaining legal status much more complicated than just filling out a form and each individual has unique circumstances that have to be considered and supported by qualified guidance from a qualified accredited Representative or Immigration Attorney.