Buenos dias!
I would like to invite you to join me as my guest at the upcoming Empowering Families Luncheon on December 3rd.
As a board member of the Latino Community Association, it is my honor and privilege to share with you about the life-changing services the association provides and the incredible impact of this work in the lives of families here in Central Oregon. It is also my good fortune that I get to help ensure the association has adequate funding to sustain and expand its services to meet the needs and aspirations of our growing immigrant Latino community.
Our annual Empowering Families Luncheon is a great opportunity to learn about the association’s work in the community and join our family of contributors who make it all possible.
​I hope you’ll join me.


The 100 Men Who Care concept of crowd-sourced philanthropy traces its roots to the first 100 Women Who Care chapter started in November 2006 by Karen Dunigan of Jackson, Michigan. She conceived of this simple idea as way to raise money efficiently and quickly for local charities. Her group of 100 women, at their first one-hour meeting, each wrote a check for $100 directly to the charity, raising $10,000 to buy 300 new baby cribs for an organization in their city. Since then, 100 Women Who Care and 100 Men Who Care chapters have sprung up all over North America and beyond–including the very successful 100+ Women Who Care Central Oregon chapter. These groups collectively have donated more than a million dollars to locally based organizations.

2014 Empowering Families Breakfast
Hosted by Latino Community Association
Wednesday, December 3, 2014 from 7:15 AM to 8:30 AM (PST)
Boys & Girls Club of Central Oregon, 500 NW Wall St, Bend, OR 97701

Contact Host, so they know you are coming.