UnidosUS Welcomes Six New Latino-Serving Organizations to Its Affiliate Network

WASHINGTON, DC—UnidosUS (formerly NCLR) announced today the addition of six new members to its national Affiliate Network of more than 260 community-based organizations that champion Latinos throughout the nation. UnidosUS welcomed the following new member organizations: Adelante Mujeres, in Forest Grove, Oregon; Hispanic Family Center of Southern New Jersey, Inc., in Camden, New Jersey; Jamestown Community Center, in San Francisco, California; La Paz Chattanooga, in Chattanooga, Tennessee; ORO Development Corporation, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; and Project Vida Health Center, in El Paso, Texas.

“For decades, the reach and impact of UnidosUS’s work has been made stronger thanks to the work of our Affiliates. These are organizations that share in our mission to broaden opportunities for Latinos across the country. Through our unique partnership, we have successfully advocated for and elevated the voice of our community on critical issues,” said UnidosUS COO Sonia M. Pérez. “We are thrilled to welcome these six new organizations to our national network and we look forward to working together to strengthen their already-powerful contributions to the Latino community.”

For more information about UnidosUS’s new Affiliate organizations:

  • Adelante Mujeres
  • Hispanic Family Center of Southern New Jersey, Inc.
  • Jamestown Community Center
  • La Paz Chattanooga
  • ORO Development Corporation
  • Project Vida Health Center (PVHC)

UnidosUS’s Affiliates provide key programs and services to millions of Hispanic Americans and use their expertise to amplify Latino voices on important issues facing the community. Through their work, these nonprofits provide educational tools for children and adults, prepare workers for the labor force, facilitate the integration of immigrants into schools and the workforce, register people to vote, provide health and nutrition services, offer financial counseling, help families buy and stay in their homes, and promote policies that support the well-being of Latino families.