HOPE Impact the Numbers

60,000 Latinas Served

Over the past 30 years, HOPE’s innovative leadership programming has served over 60,000 Latinas, offering them the skills, knowledge, confidence, and collective power to lead our communities.

15+ Annual Events

In bringing Latinas together, HOPE events cultivate a sense of belonging for our community and remind us of all that we can achieve when we move as one.

1,700+ Multigenerational Program Graduates

Latinas of all ages come to HOPE with a vision for their future, and they graduate our programs ready to lead their communities.

1,800+ Nonprofit Board and Appointed Government Positions

HOPE alumnae’s influence is visible nationally, statewide, and in our local cities. They are leading county, school, and community college boards; starting nonprofits; and serving on government appointed boards, commissions, and agencies.

Building Latina Power & Cultivating Changemakers

HOPE Programs

Every year, we welcome hundreds of Latinas to grow together as leaders in their communities and drive systems change. Whether you’re a high school junior or have spent decades building your career, HOPE programs are the place for you to build power with fellow Latinas.

Explore our wide range of leadership programs, with options tailored toward high school students, college students and recent grads, California professionals, and international leaders.

Bringing Community Together

HOPE Education

At HOPE events, Latinas amplify our collective work to build economic and political power: We learn from one another and find solidarity with our peers. We strengthen our bonds as a community. We celebrate the historic achievements of Latinas, and we mobilize around policies that impact us.

Elevating the Latina Experience

HOPE Data and Research

By making the needs and experiences of our communities known, we can better advocate for positive change. That’s why HOPE is dedicated to sharing robust data and research on Latinas nationwide. The trends we reveal and solutions we recommend serve as an important tool for all those working on behalf of Latinas’ health, education, and economic empowerment.

Words of HOPE

“HOPE has helped me understand my skills and leadership strengths. I have a strong network, and am better able to advocate for my community.”

Lisette Islas, CEO of Lifeline Community Services | HLI 2017

Donate to Build Latina Political and Economic Power

Become a Donor

Support HOPE’s work to build political and economic power among Latinas all across the United States. Whether with a one-time donation or by joining the Friends of HOPE Network, your donation will sustain our programs and events, advocacy efforts, and research.

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