ABOUT & FAQ
HOPE is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization committed to ensuring political and economic parity for Latinas through leadership, advocacy, and education to benefit all communities and the status of women.
Frequently asked questions
What is Friends of HOPE?
Friends of HOPE is a community of donors that support HOPE’s mission to ensure political and economic parity for Latinas through leadership, advocacy, and education. HOPE brings together this dedicated community comprised of thoughtful and concerned leaders, advocates, supporters and friends. Friends of HOPE are provided with networking opportunities, exclusive invitations to leadership trainings, and gain special access to HOPE’s annual signature events including HOPE's Latina History Day Conference in Los Angeles and and HOPE's Latina Action Day in Sacramento.
Do I need to participate in Friends of HOPE to attend events?
No! The benefit of becoming a donor and part of the Friends of HOPE network is that you will receive free or discounted passes to attend our conferences, invitations to exclusive Friends of HOPE events and more! See our Benefits page for more information. Our Latina History Day, Latina Action Day, Latina Empowerment Days and Young Professionas Summit events are all ticketed events open to the public.
How do I join the Friends of HOPE?
You can join our network by donating here.
What would my donation to Friends of HOPE be used for?
Donations to Friends of HOPE are used to fund, grow and endorse our leadership programs including the Hope Leadership Institute, the Hope Youth Leadership Program, and the College Leadership Program. Visit our “Donor Impact” page for more information.
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Operations & Development Manager