Service area: Nationwide, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
President/CEO: Sara Martinez Tucker
6. National Council of La Raza
1111 19th St., NW, Suite 1000
Washington, D.C. 20036
Year established: 1968
2003 expenditures: $22.10 million
2003 revenues: $22.16 million
Mission: To improve life opportunities for the nation's Hispanics and help reduce poverty and discrimination in the community.
Service area: Nationwide
President/CEO: Raul Yzaguirre
7. Hispanic Housing Development Corp.
205 W. Wacker Dr., Suite 2300
Chicago, IL 60606
Year established: 1975
2003 expenditures: $20.74 million
2003 revenues: $23.05 million
Mission: To stabilize Latino communities by developing, managing, and investing in ventures that increase the availability of affordable housing and promote economic opportunity and enhance the quality of life.
Service area: State of Illinois, focusing on Chicago's Latino neighborhoods
President/CEO: Hipolito "Paul" Roldan
8. Asociacion Nacional Pro Personas Mayores
234 E. Colorado Blvd., Ste. 300
Pasadena, CA 91101
Year established: 1975
2003 Expenditures: $20.72 million
2003 Revenues: $20.81 million
Mission: To achieve social change by focusing on the needs of Hispanic older persons, thus impacting the Hispanic community and the nation as a whole. We believe in the right of each human being to have a decent and dignified life. Because of this belief, we attempt to provide some visible means of achieving such a way of life, especially for low-income older persons who, because of language and cultural differences, are more vulnerable than their contemporaries. In response to the needs of the low-income elderly, we provide programs of employment and training, health, housing, and economic development. Aware of ongoing societal changes, we attempt to remain open and creative in our corporate commitment to the Hispanic community.
Service area: Nationwide and Puerto Rico
President/CEO: Dr. Carmela G. Lacayo
9. Puerto Rican Family Institute Inc.
145 W. 15th St.
New York, NY 10011
Year established: 1960
2003 expenditures: $19.78 million
2003 revenues: $20.15 million
Mission: To prevent family disintegration and enhance the self-sufficiency of the Latino community. The Puerto Rican Family Institute offers a comprehensive array of social and health care services that are culturally and linguistically relevant. Our core services include mental health treatment, crisis intervention, placement prevention, residential care, and education.
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