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Your Investment at Work

UnidosUS joins Forces with the White House to End Food Insecurity and Reduce Diseases by 2030
Food insecurity, which affects 38 million people in the United States, is also a persistent and disproportionate problem for Latino families. In the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, it became even worse. By 2020, nearly half of all Latino households with children were food insecure— the highest percentage reported for all racial and ethnic groups.

Leading by Example

Leading by Example

UnidosUS was proud to launch a new fund in honor of Raul Yzaguirre at an event we held in September to celebrate his receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom this year. The Raul Yzaguirre Legacy Fund will ensure that the story of this civil rights icon, who led UnidosUS for three decades, is accurately told and preserved for generations to come.

From Our President & CEO

From Our President & CEO

Gratitude and Wishes for Peace & Joy

As the year draws to a close, I hope you and yours are well and enjoying the spirit of the season! Looking back on 2022, I am filled with gratitude.

In Your Community

In Your Community

Fall Affiliate Convenings

We hosted our Fall Affiliate Convenings in Nashville, Tennessee and Portland, Oregon, in October. The Affiliate convenings provide a space for our network of affiliated community-based organizations and stakeholders located throughout the country and Puerto Rico to connect and share their expertise and best practices.

UnidosUS: For More Than 50 Years

 

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