Examining Disparities in
Nonprofit Governance for
Latinos in the Inland Empire
A REPORT BY
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH
Nonprofit organizations play a crucial role in the quality of life for Inland Empire families. Latinos, however, are rarely invited to serve as nonprofit board members, according to a study released September 21, 2023 through a partnership with The CIELO Fund at IECF. Even though Latinos make up 54% of the Inland Empire’s population, they occupy barely 13% of the board positions that govern 198 nonprofit organizations reviewed in the ground-breaking study
For over 20 years, The Unusual Suspects has responded to the systemic challenges facing Los Angeles’ youth.
Our House provides grief support to children and adults who have experienced the death of a loved one.
Partners for Children South L.A. improves access to high-quality healthcare, early education and family supports for the youngest and most vulnerable children in South Los Angeles.
MOSTe’s mission is to mentor and empower girls from underserved areas of Los Angeles County to become the next generation of college-educated women.
The mission of Maternal Mental Health NOW is to remove barriers to the prevention, identification and treatment of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders in Los Angeles County.
Los Angeles Waterkeeper’s mission is to fight for the health of the region’s waterways, and for sustainable, equitable and climate-friendly water supplies.
Justice Outside advances racial justice and equity in the outdoor and environmental movement. We shift resources to, build power with, and center the voices and leadership of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
AbilityFirst™ stands for, and alongside, people with developmental disabilities and their families. We create a welcoming environment where everyone feels they belong and are valued.
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