Since 1983, HDF has provided over $7 million dollars in scholarship support to our Kansas City area Latino students. Your gift provides hope and inspiration to our community of learners as they pursue their dreams of elevating themselves and their families through higher education.
HDF has also provided close to $3 million in grants to local organizations serving our community. We are proud to stand with our peers who seek to positively impact our families.
Cambio para Cambio (Change for Change) is a community-led campaign that realizes the philanthropic power of Latino students, local businesses, and professional organizations in support of the Greater Kansas City Latino community. In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, community champions engage in a friendly competition to raise funds for the Hispanic Development Fund Scholarship Program. Every dollar donated from September 15 through October 15 will be matched 100% by generous HDF donors, doubling the giving power and impact of your gift. In 2019 were able to support 96 scholars with the help of this campaign.For additional questions please email email@example.com.
In response to the challenges facing our community, we have established the HDF COVID-19 Relief Fund. For over 35 years, HDF has supported the needs of our Latino serving partners by granting over $3 million dollars. And in this time of need, we are proud to stand with those providing direct services that alleviate the suffering caused by this pandemic.
To date, grants out of this fund has supported the following organizations:
Guadalupe Centers Inc.
Please join us in supporting our community with a gift to the HDF COVID-19 Fund.
For over 35 years, the Greater Kansas City Hispanic Development Fund has provided over $7 million in direct scholarship support to over 4,100 of our Latino students. Your gift to this program goes beyond a financial commitment – it provides hope and inspiration that our community of learners are supported as they pursue their dreams. Give now to support our Kansas City area Hispanic students.