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HACR’s Coalition Members consist of 14 national Hispanic organizations that form the backbone of HACR and whose executive directors, presidents and CEOs serve as board members to the organization.
HACR’s Coalition Members reflect the voice of more than 60 million Hispanics living in the United States and Puerto Rico, serving diverse communities through advocacy, education, representation, assistance, capacity building, public policy support, resource development, and the exertion of political influence.
The Cuban American National Council (CNC) is a nonprofit agency addressing the economic, social, and educational needs of immigrants, minorities, and individuals in need.
The Council delivers education, housing, and economic development services through a network of related nonprofit corporations.
Ranked as one of the largest Latino organizations in the United States, ASPIRA is engaged in the operation of elementary, middle, and high-school level charter schools across the country.CHCI was established in 1978 by Congressman Edward Roybal, Congressman E."Kika" de la Garza, and Congressman Baltasar Corrada to develop the next generation of Latino leaders.As the premier national Hispanic educational organization, CHCI has created a pipeline for Latino youth from high school through college, graduate school, and on to the workforce.CHCI's educational programs, services, and activities have an extremely successful record of developing effective Hispanic leaders.Our vision is an educated and civically active Latino community who participates at the local, state, and federal policy decision-making levels.The CHCI is one of the leading Hispanic nonprofit and non-partisan 501(c)(3) organizations in the country.Over 95 percent of complete high school and over 90 percent enter college.ASPIRA is recognized as a leader in advocating for a better education of Latinos.To fulfill its mission, CHCI offers nationally-recognized educational and leadership development programs, services, and activities that promote the growth of its participants as effective professionals and strong leaders.As CHCI neither solicits nor accepts federal funding, corporations, individuals, and philanthropic foundations provide support for these programs.