40 Anniversary

Celebrating 40 years of Building, Funding, & Fueling Latine Power

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Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) is proudly approaching and reflecting on our 40 years of building, funding, and fueling Latine power. Our year-long anniversary celebration, kicked off in Miami in 2022, will culminate in our 2023 Leadership Conference, bringing HIP back to its Bay Area roots.

HIP’s annual conference sparks dialogue on how to better invest in Latine communities by bringing together key partners—from trustees and foundation staff to corporate and nonprofit leaders—to engage in learning and discussion through panels, plenaries and workshops. Our content informs funders of the evolving needs and priorities of Latine communities, better equipping them to develop responsive funding strategies.

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How it started

Founded by three Latines in the Bay Area in 1983, HIP was born as an affinity group to raise awareness about issues that impact Latine communities within the philanthropic sector. Since then, we’ve expanded into eight areas of focus, opened an office in Mexico City, launched the first bilingual crowdfunding platform for the social sector, and so much more.


Founded by Elisa Arevalo, Herman Gallegos, and Luz Vega.


Diana Campoamor comes on as first president.


HIP’s Funders Collaborative launches in 18 sites with more than 500 nonprofits in the U.S. and Latin America


Latin America office opens in Mexico City.


First conference celebrating 30 year anniversary with a Gala and HIPGiver awards

Launch of first bilingual crowdfunding platform focused on the social sector, HIPGive.


Ana Marie Argilagos joins as President.

HIP expands work on forced displacement and migration.


Expands HIP’s footprint & areas of focus including:

Inicio Ventures

Transforming Philanthropic practice.


Responded to the pandemic with the generous support of the MacKenzie Scott Award.


Rebranding and launch of new website.

How it’s going

Over the past 40 years…


Latine-serving organizations in our network.


nonprofits serving Latines in the U.S., Latin America & the Caribbean


philanthropic capital invested in Latine non-profits.


Latine leadership training program alumni


fund to build a Latine entrepreneurial ecosystem

A big gracias to our Collective Corazón

We recognize that this milestone achievement of 40 years could not have been possible without the countless contributions from partners, board members, staff, and our community—referred to as our Collective Corazón.

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And we’re ready for you.

Whether you’re an individual, an organization, a philanthropist, or a Latine amigx, we hope you see your vision in our vision—and want to join us in making it a reality.