Cuban American National Council, (CNC)

Aims to identify the socioeconomic needs of the Cuban population in the U.S. and to promote needed human services. Services the needy through research and human services while advocating on behalf of Hispanics and other minority groups.

League of United Latin American Citizens, (LULAC)

LULAC is the oldest and largest Latino civil rights organization in the United States. Advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through community-based programs.

MANA: A National Latina Organization

Association dedicated to advancing the status of American women of Hispanic descent. It hopes to reach this goal by promoting leadership among Hispanic women, advocating for public policies that benefit Latinas and their families, improving communication and furthering parity with Hispanics. Before 1994 this organization was known as: Mexican American Women’s National Association.

Mexican-American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, (MALDEF)

MALDEF is the leading nonprofit Latino litigation, advocacy and educational outreach institution in the U.S.A. MALDEF’s mission is to foster sound public policies, laws and programs to safeguard the civil rights of the 40 million Latinos living in the United States and to empower the Latino community to fully participate in our society. MALDEF achieves its mission by concentrating its efforts on the following areas: employment; education; immigration; political access; language; public resource equity issues

National Alliance for Hispanic Health

National coalition of health, mental health, and human service agencies and organizations and professional individuals serving Hispanics. Primary mission is to improve health and human services to Hispanic communities throughout the United States, including Puerto Rico”.

The Committee for Hispanic Families and Children (CHFC)

The Committee for Hispanic Families and Children aims to improve the quality of life for Hispanic children and families. CHFC has developed and implemented programs that meet the needs of low-income Hispanic families and children in such critical areas as youth development, child care, HIV/AIDS prevention and education, immigrant services, public policy and advocacy.

National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA)

The National Hispanic Council on Aging addresses issues of health disparities, economic security, abuse and victimization of the elderly and their families and builds affordable housing for the elderly.

National Association for Hispanic Elderly (ANPPM)

The National Association for Hispanic Elderly was founded to inform policy makers and the general public about the status and needs of elderly Hispanics and other low-income elderly. The organization provides direct social services and training and technical assistance to community groups and professionals in the field of aging. It also produces and distributes bilingual information on the Hispanic elderly.

National Council of La Raza, (NCLR)

NCLR is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan, tax-exempt organization established in 1968 to reduce poverty and discrimination, and improve life opportunities for Hispanic Americans. NCLR is the largest constituency-based national Hispanic organization, serving all Hispanic nationality groups in all regions of the country

National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA)

The National Hispanic Council on Aging addresses issues of health disparities, economic security, abuse and victimization of the elderly and their families and builds affordable housing for the elderly.

Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund, (PRLDEF)

Established to protect the civil rights of Puerto Ricans and other Latinos and to ensure their equal protection under the law. Involved in litigation, advocacy, and legal.