New Latina Giving Circle Debuts at Texas Women's Foundation


Foundation: Arizona Community Foundation

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The H100 Latina Giving Circle recently launched at the Texas Women's Foundation (TWF). TWF was formed by the Hispanic 100 Network to further engage Latinas in philanthropy.

According to TWF Foundation president and CEO Roslyn Dawson Thompson, TWF welcomes the H100 Latina Giving Circle to their family of giving circles. Giving circles make way for women of shared heritages and interests to raise and distribute funds to organizations that are creating positive change in our communities.

H100 joins three other TWF hosted giving circles, namely Orchid Giving Circle, HERitage Giving Fund and The Village Giving Circle.

Giving circles are groups of individuals who donate collectively to an organization, cause or project of common interest. What separates a giving circle from a philanthropic organization or nonprofit is that donors themselves choose what to fund.

The Hispanic 100 Network was founded in 1996 by prominent Dallas/Fort Worth area Latinas in business, education, arts, health, politics and community leadership. Read the Entire Article


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