The Hispanic 100 (H100) Latina Giving Circle at Texas Women’s Foundation awarded $166,000 to North Texas nonprofits that serve the needs of Latina women and girls in low and moderate income communities on Nov. 3.
Grants were given to 33 organizations, two of which are located in Lake Highlands. HHM Health, a health center that “provides personalized physical, mental and spiritual care” and Literacy Achieves Vickery Meadows, who focuses on helping “non-English speaking adults and their young children with English literacy.”
Hispanic 100 is a network of Latinas who work to influence change in the community for the future generations by expanding resources for local organizations who aim to empower, educate and support Latinas in North Texas. The organization have given $672,500 across 136 grants, according to a press release from Latina Giving Circle.
Texas Women’s Foundation (TXWF) is one of the worlds largest women’s foundations that raises funding to support investments that advance economic security and leadership for Texas women and girls. They have invested $78.9 million since 1985, according to their website.