On June 17, ACLAMO is holding a Bingo Night to raise money for future projects to help the Latino community in Montgomery County.
Evelyn Barahona will lead the philanthropic fund as its new director moving forward.
The nonprofit is hopping on the city’s comeback from COVID to get people more in tune with nature again.
The organization gave out nine scholarships worth $15,500 to nine students in 2021.
The nonprofit hopes to open one of America’s most religious demographics to reproductive freedom rights for all.
The longtime South Philly thrift shop is adding some much-needed space as it enters its most important month of the year.
We Love Philly is raising money to transform a shipping container into a livable space to rent so students can earn a profit.
The exhibit is about empowering young Latinos to have confidence in their work and take it to new heights.
As more young Latinos head off to college, founder Shirley Acevedo Buontempo wanted to make sure they had all the resources heading in.
Leaders of the Philly branch of the nationwide community agree that the change is long overdue.
Mil Mujeres has helped more than 5,000 women obtain green cards and step away from potentially dangerous relationships since 2007.
The organization has survived COVID-19 with virtual events, but looks forward to getting back in person with their community.
Coming from the TV news world, Lopez has started an organization to amplify women’s voices to the fullest.
Indigenous Circles is an upcoming workshop series for all to learn more about Native American culture and its unique arts community.
The Healing Voices Project is helping farmworkers through the trauma of the past year.
The five-month program will give small businesses all they need to succeed in the growing digital marketplace.
After a difficult year of virtual running, the youth organization is back in a new locale.
The new play from the North Philly company is inspired by the life of Cuban-American artist, Ana Mendieta.
The museum is one of many in the city announcing plans ahead of what should be a busy Spring and Summer.
Jocelyn Boreta quiere mostrar a la comunidad latina los beneficios de los métodos de salud alternativos en el marco de la COVID-19.
La organización ha conectado con aproximadamente 5.000 jóvenes de toda la ciudad desde que comenzó en 2013.
The organization has connected with approximately 5,000 young people across the city since starting in 2013.
Jocelyn Boreta is out to show the Latinx community the benefits of alternative health methods amid COVID-19.
El coronel James "Jim" Sáenz, de la HVLA, comenta la infrarrepresentación de los hispanos en el ejército y ofrece soluciones.
Colonel James “Jim” Saenz from the HVLA comments on the underrepresentation of Hispanics in the military and offers solutions.