Hispanic Impact Fund, a Program of Austin Community Foundation Grants $50,000 to Con Mi MADRE

 

April 11, 2018
(Austin, TX) Con Mi MADRE is proud to announce that it has been awarded a grant of $50,000 from the Hispanic Impact Fund, a program of the Austin Community Foundation. The grant was awarded on Friday, April 6 to the nonprofit and five other finalists whose work supports Hispanic Central Texans.

The funds will be used to grow Con Mi MADRE’s parent leadership and engagement program, which provides more opportunities for parents to develop marketable job skills and the confidence they need to take the next step in their education and career.

“We are incredibly honored and grateful to be the inaugural recipients of the Hispanic Impact Fund,” Executive Director Dr. Teresa Granillo said. “We want to thank the members of the Hispanic Impact Fund for believing in our mission and selecting Con Mi MADRE for this award.”

Inspired by the guiding framework that everyone benefits when investments are made in Hispanic Central Texans, the Hispanic Impact Fund employs a data-driven approach to grantmaking, impact investing, educational programming and leadership development.

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About Austin Community Foundation
Austin Community Foundation is the catalyst for generosity in Austin. The Foundation brings together philanthropists, dollars and ideas to shape Austin’s future, today. A trusted local partner, the Foundation has a 40-year track record of investing in Austin, granting more than $300 million to nonprofits across Central Texas since 1977. Through a data-driven approach, the Foundation seeks to understand, inform and invest in the areas of greatest need to narrow the opportunity gap in Central Texas. Together, we are shaping Austin’s future, today. www.austincf.org

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