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Give young children a voice and help shape their future!

Join young children’s advocates across the country and become a champion for a nation filled with opportunity. The National Latino Children’s Institute is a non-profit organization whose mission is to focus the nation’s attention on the contributions and challenges of young Latinos by advocating for their success and well-being. Your donations make a world of a difference as we address economic equality and opportunities, quality education, child safety, healthy families and communities and civic engagement.  With your help we will continue to ensure that young Latinos have a voice, become active contributing adults and take action on issues important to them.

Campaign Funds will be dedicated to promoting “El Día de Los Niños” – Celebrating Young Americans, April 30,  throughout our nation.  Children’s Day, “El Día de Los Niños”,  brings all children together from more than 130 cities across the United States to connect, celebrate, build culture and understanding among all children in our nation.  This would not be possible without your contributions.

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National Latino Children’s Summit
1112 E. Buckeye Road 85034
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For more information, contact  Terry Di Martile at: Terry.DiMartile@nlci.org.

 

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