Change a Life

About this Campaign

For 40 years, the National Hispanic Institute has dedicated its work to changing lives. Over 90,000 youth from across the nation and different Latin American countries have participated in the NHI experience. Today, as many as 3,200 new youth a year make leadership part of their lives through participating in NHI programs.

Change a Life provides NHI alumni, friends, and supporters with a means to help NHI further its efforts. Healthy and successful communities need constant sources of well-educated and skilled leaders to address complex human challenges.

NHI remains commmitted to these efforts, but we know that the work cannot be accomplished alone. The sustained support of those who are familiar with the NHI experience and recognize its value is needed. We invite you to become a sustaining member of NHI's Change a Life and help in one of various ways:

  • Sponsor the attendance of a high school student to Celebración or one of NHI's leadership programs but needs financial help to cover the program's tuition.
  • Assist a volunteer's travel to and from an NHI summer program site.
  • Help defray costs associated with funding a JFL Fellow internship.
  • Support NHI's development endowment program.

Sustaining Members make it possible for NHI to be more responsive and timely in addressing organizational challenges. We invite you to give $50, $100, $500, $1,000, or more. Your gift will make a significant difference in moving our mission forward.

If we truly believe in our young as future community leaders, we must also choose to invest in their development, so we can help bolster their success. Generous donations like yours make the work of the National Hispanic Institute possible. Can we count on you to help change a life?

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Evelyn Gomez
Evelyn Gomez
Date: June 24, 2019

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OCI Group
Donated $400.00 2 months ago
Alma-Kristina And Robert Tusini
Alma-Kristina And Robert...
Donated $1,500.00 2 months ago

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