Latino Organizing Fund Grantees

In 2013, the following Latino-led and Latino-serving grassroots groups with strong track records in community organizing were awarded a grant from the Latino Organizing Fund.

Photo of protest with large banner reading "We Fight For Driver's Licenses".
Media Mobilizing Project’s Fight for Driver’s Licenses

Ceiba, a coalition of four Latino-serving organizations, will work to ensure that a city-run home repair program is fully accessible and inclusive of Spanish-speaking homeowners. Learn more

El Comité de Apoyo a los Trabajadores Agricolas (CATA) will organize Mexican migrant workers at Chester County packing houses to fight for better treatment and working conditions. Learn more

JUNTOS will mobilize Latino immigrant families in Norristown, largely from Mexico, to protest police harassment and learn about their rights. Learn more

Media Mobilizing Project is organizing with thousands of immigrant families, including Mexican and Central Americans, to overturn a recent law that prohibits undocumented immigrants from getting driver’s licenses in Pennsylvania. Learn more

New Sanctuary Movement of Philadelphia will continue to organize faith congregations to take action on immigration reform through education, storytelling, and direct action campaigns. Learn more

PhilaPOSH will organize Spanish-speaking workers, who are often exploited due to their legal and economic status, to resist unsafe working conditions and labor violations. Learn more