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Our Endowment

The Hispanic 100 is committed to creating a legacy in our community. Through the Hispanic 100 Endowment Fund, our goal is to empower charitable organizations that support our mission to continue their good work.  We review each application on the basis of the quality of the submission and its alignment with the Hispanic 100’s vision – to serve as a catalyst for increased participation for Hispanic women in employment, procurement and social services.

Here are a few examples of the organizations we’ve supported over the years:







Big Thought
Hispanic 100 provided a grant to Big Thought to assist with a 10-week paid internship through the Dallas City of Learning Initiative. Big Thought planned to secure a bilingual and bi-cultural intern to assist with their Hispanic clients.





Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater Dallas
Hispanic 100 provided a grant to the Consumer Credit Counseling Services of Greater Dallas to support their initiative to educate and help Hispanic women out of poverty.








The Doug Woodham Dallas Junior Police Academy
Eastfield College received a grant to be used for scholarships for women pursuing studies in the College’s English as a Second Language program.








Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School (YWLS)
Hispanic 100 gave a $1,000 grant to the Doug Woodham Dallas Junior Police Academy to assist in the recruitment of Latina participants, Spanish translators for parents, bilingual informational documentation and support for their presentation on domestic (dating) violence.







University of North Texas Foundation
Hispanic 100 donated $2,000.00 to the UNT Foundation to support the efforts of five (5) Latina UNT students who have been providing ESL and children’s literacy classes to the Oak Cliff community free-of-charge on Saturdays.







YWCA of Metropolitan Dallas
Hispanic 100 donated $1,500.00 to the YWCA of Metropolitan Dallas to fund the YW Women’s Health Program and assist in providing mammograms and diagnostic screenings to low-income,uninsured Hispanic women in Dallas by bilingual and bi-cultural staff. Services are offered in English and Spanish at no charge.


STAR Court
Hispanic 100 provided a grant to STAR Court, a program working to rehabilitate women on probation who have a history of prostitution, mental illness and drug addiction. Many of them never had a mother to teach them about proper hygiene and attire.


ALPFA, a group which began as a support system for Latinos in finance and accounting, was given a Hispanic 100 grant for a scholarship for a Latina pursuing a degree in finance or accounting.


Eastfield College
Eastfield College received a Hispanic 100 grant to be used for scholarships for women pursuing studies in the College’s English as a Second Language program.


Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School (YWLS)
Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School (YWLS) received a grant of $2,000 to help fund the school’s YWLS math and science summer camp programs.


Las Comadres Para Las Americas
Las Comadres Para Las Americas, an Internet-based Latina network that builds connections and community with other Latinas, received a Hispanic 100 grant of $800 for Las Comadres’ partnership with the Center for Politics and Governance to provide training for two Hispanic women through the Texas Public Policy and Campaign Training Program at the LBJ School of Public Affairs.


The Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas
The Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas, the largest Hispanic-based women’s organization in the State of Texas, was awarded a $725 grant to help fund its women’s empowerment conference.

The Dallas Foundation is the fiscal sponsor of the Advised Fund, a component fund of The Dallas Foundation, a 501(c)(3), publicly supported charity, Federal Tax ID 75-2890371.