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Each month, we send an e-newsletter to our supporters. It’s the best way not to miss any of our news! We include updates on our programs, jobs that are open at Latino Network, upcoming Latino Network and community events, introduce new staff members, and much more. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about our organization and stay up to date.  Your e-mail will never be sold and you can unsubscribe at any time (though we hope you won’t!).   […]

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“I change myself, I change the world.” -Gloria E Anzaldúa At Latino Network, we believe education, civic leadership, and family stability are the key drivers of success for our community. Our programs focus on these crucial issues for youth and adults to build a thriving, engaged, and respected Latino community in Oregon – and beyond. Education Our youth face many challenges. We work to eliminate disparities through systems change and to support our students from birth to high school graduation […]

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“If it wasn’t for [Latino Network's] help, I don’t think I’d be where I am today.” – Aurora, Escalera graduate   Make a gift today!   Why give to Latino Network? Latino Network depends on donations from individuals like yourself to ensure we are able to serve youth and families in Multnomah County. Where does my gift go? Your support helps us expand to more schools each year to serve more youth, add critical programs in health and education when […]

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Latino Network is proud to be one of 143 organizations selected for Willamette Week’s annual Give! Guide. Give! Guide helps raise over $3 million for local non-profits during the holiday season.  It encourages donors of all ages and income levels to engage in philanthropy by offering incentives to those who give as little as $10 to any participating organization. Donors who invest in Latino Network through Give! Guide at any level on any day through December 31 receive incentives like free Stumptown coffee, Sizzle […]

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This post originally appeared on United Way of the Columbia Willamette website. Reprinted here with permission.  Dozens of community leaders gathered on November 9 to officially launch Successful Families 2020, a community partnership designed to improve graduation rates and college preparedness for kids of color in our region. The two-year research and advocacy project, spearheaded by United Way of the Columbia-Willamette, in partnership with Reynolds School District and five local nonprofits, focuses on improving outcomes for students at H.B. Lee Middle School, […]

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New report showcases the impact of early childhood education program “If more kids had this opportunity, we would save many headaches when our children grow up. We would even save money. The jails would close.” – Juntos Aprendemos parent For fifteen years, Latino Network’s early childhood education program has been preparing 3-5 year olds for kindergarten and their parents to be their child’s first teacher. Our new report, using high-quality evaluation from focus groups and surveys, showcases the broader impact […]

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Latino Network
410 NE 18th Ave.
Portland, OR 97232

p: 503.283.6881

Latino Network Rockwood
18901 E. Burnside St.
Gresham,OR 97233

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