Corporate Giving

Investing in UnidosUS is an investment in the Hispanic community. Support from corporate partners provide us with the resources we need to ensure the continued creation of opportunities for all Latinos.

Invest in America’s future.

Latinos in America are 57 million strong, represent one in three new entrants to the workforce, and wield $1.5 trillion in buying power.

Visionaries from American corporations and leading foundations recognize the Latino community’s ever-increasing economic impact. They also value UnidosUS’s mission, work, credibility, and passion for improving opportunities for Hispanics throughout the country. Whether providing financial support at the national level or direct involvement at the community level, UnidosUS funders make a difference. Their investment in America’s Latinos is an investment in America’s prosperity.

Stats

119 million

The expected Latino population in the United States by 2060.

$1.7 trillion

The expected Latino population in the United States by 2060.

1 in 3

The amount of U.S. workers who will be Latino by 2050.

75%

The percentage of Latino workforce growth over the next 8 years.

60%

The growth in Latino homeownership since 2010.

Corporate Board of Advisors

Since 1982, UnidosUS has benefited from the expertise of its Corporate Board of Advisors (CBA) in an effort to advance the interests of Hispanic Americans. This impressive group of senior executives and liaisons from key Fortune 100 corporations meets twice a year to receive updates on UnidosUS activities, dialogue about current matters, and provide advice and support on issues and programs of concern. Through ongoing communication with the CBA, UnidosUS strengthens each CBA member’s capacity to attract and serve the Hispanic population.

These companies are deeply invested in the work of UnidosUS with multi-year commitments supporting various program and advocacy initiatives, research and analysis, events and meetings, and the general operations of the organization.

Corporate Champions

UnidosUS’s Corporate Champions are industry leaders dedicated to building stronger American communities. Support from these corporations provides us with the flexibility to respond to the most pressing and timely needs of Latino families.

Corporations understand that without a sound foundation, organizations cannot succeed. Continued investment in technology, communications, human resources, and other operating costs are essential to the continued success of UnidosUS and our mission. Your support as a Corporate Champion will ensure that critical areas of UnidosUS’s operational foundation continue to improve and develop so that we maintain a high-quality level of productivity toward our mission.

For more information on corporate partnerships, please contact ideachaval@unidosus.org.

Signature Events

The UnidosUS Annual Conference is the organization’s hallmark event, representing one of the largest gatherings of influential people, policymakers, organizations, institutions, and companies that support Latinos. The UnidosUS Annual Conference provides a forum for more than 3,000 people in the business of social change to learn about ongoing and emerging issues in the Hispanic community, connect with key community leaders, and generate partnerships with Hispanic community-based organizations.

The UnidosUS Annual Conference also offers audiences across sectors leadership and learning opportunities focused on the Latinx lens of diversity, equity, and inclusion, via its LatinX IncluXion track. This track is designed to empower individuals committed to the highest standards of DEI in the workplace, in our community and beyond, and it’s a fantastic opportunity to hear from DEI experts addressing challenges and opportunities, highlighting effective practices and sharing new data and emerging trends.

The UnidosUS Changemakers Summit (formerly the Leaders in Action Summit) convenes people from across the country to Washington, DC, for training, networking, and strategizing that turns aspiring advocates to practiced organizers. Attendees receive updates about legislation on issues that matter to them most, then visit Capitol Hill to put their training into action with face-to-face meetings with members of Congress. The Summit is held in conjunction with the Capital Awards and brings approximately 200 community leaders from 150 community-based organizations across the country to Washington, DC.

The UnidosUS Capital Awards Gala concludes the Changemakers Summit. A nonpartisan event, the Capital Awards Gala has been the premier annual event in Washington, DC, that recognizes elected and appointed officials from both sides of the aisle for their outstanding support of public policies that are vital to Hispanic Americans. In addition, UnidosUS honors champions of the Hispanic community from outside of the political spectrum who courageously advocate on behalf of the Latino community with the UnidosUS Capital Award for Public Service.

For more information on UnidosUS’s signature events, please see our Sponsorship Catalog below.

2022 UnidosUS Capital Awards Staging

Sponsorship Catalog

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UnidosUS, previously known as NCLR (National Council of La Raza), is the nation’s largest Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization. Through its unique combination of expert research, advocacy, programs, and an Affiliate Network of nearly 300 community-based organizations across the United States and Puerto Rico, UnidosUS simultaneously challenges the social, economic, and political barriers that affect Latinos at the national and local levels. For more than 50 years, UnidosUS has united communities and different groups seeking common ground through collaboration, and that share a desire to make our country stronger. For more information on UnidosUS, visit www.unidosus.org or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

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