CHANGE the LIFE of a student

When you donate to Latinos In Action, you’re not just donating to an organization. You’re changing the future for young Latino students.

Give the GIFT of LIA

Donating in the name of a loved one makes the perfect gift! In addition to the immeasurable feeling of knowing the donation impacts young students’ lives, we also provide a number of ways to memorialize that gift. See the list below for details.

Choose which branch of LIA you’d like to support:

  • Education and
    Leadership Training
  • Student
    Scholarships
  • Adopt
    a School
$50 a month (or a one-time gift of $600) sends a class of 30 students to our annual LIA Youth Leadership Conference.
$37.50 a month (or a one-time gift of $450) trains, inspires, and pampers a teacher at our annual Educator Institute retreat.
$12.50 a month (or a one-time gift of $150) provides an LIA student leader with leadership training at our summer Boot Camp.
$6.50 a month (or a one-time gift of $78) covers the cost of one student in the Latinos In Action program, who in turn provides one-on-one tutoring for a struggling elementary student.

$100 per month ($1,200 annually) provides a full scholarship to a Latinos In Action student. The scholarship will be awarded in the donor's name, with the option to personally award the scholarship at one of our annual Youth Leadership Conferences.
$50 per month ($600 annually) provides half of a scholarship to a Latinos In Action student. Donor's name will be included in the student scholarship award and announced when the scholarship is awarded at one of our annual Youth Leadership Conferences.
$25 per month ($300 annually) provides a quarter of a scholarship to a Latinos In Action student. Donor's name will be included in the student scholarship award and announced when the scholarship is awarded at one of our annual Youth Leadership Conferences.
$12.50 per month ($150 annually) provides a “Fund the Arts” Competition Award to a Latinos In Action student. The award will be given in the donor's name and announced when it is awarded at one of our annual Youth Leadership Conferences.

A $5,000 donation covers the cost of running and supporting the Latinos In Action program at an individual school, which includes all necessary materials and participation in all LIA official events.
A $10,000 donation covers the teacher salary for one Latinos In Action class.

With your generous tax-deductible donation, you will receive:

 

More than $1,200: Invitation to VIP Breakfast at Youth Leadership Conference of choice, large plaque of LIA shield with name on it, name on large LIA shield in the Friends of LIA section on latinosinaction.org, two gold LIA lapel pins. Customized donation certificate and thank-you note sent in the mail.

 

$1200: Large plaque of LIA shield with name on it, name on large LIA shield in the Friends of LIA section on latinosinaction.org, gold LIA lapel pin. Customized donation certificate and thank-you note sent in the mail.

 

$600: Medium plaque of LIA shield with name on it, name on medium LIA shield in the Friends of LIA section on latinosinaction.org, LIA lapel pin. Customized donation certificate and thank-you note sent in the mail.

 

$300: Small plaque of LIA shield with name on it, name on small LIA shield in Friends of LIA section on latinosinaction.org, LIA lapel pin. Customized donation certificate and thank-you note sent in the mail.

 

$150: Name on small sized LIA shield in Friends of LIA section on latinosinaction.org, LIA lapel pin. Customized donation certificate and thank-you note sent in the mail.

 

Less than $150: Customized donation certificate and thank-you note sent in the mail.

“Fund the Arts” Competition Award
Each year Latinos In Action students submit original pieces of art, videos, essays, poems, dances, and speeches that convey the spirit of our yearly theme. The winning students are recognized at our annual Youth Leadership Conferences.
Educator Institute
The Educator Institute is a two-day conference where 100+ Utah teachers and 70+ Florida teachers gather to be instructed by educational experts, community leaders, and the LIA leadership team.
all LIA official events
Annually Latinos In Action hosts 4 student conferences with approx. 2,000 attendees each, 2 teacher trainings with approx 100 attendees each, and 3 student training camps with approx. 150 attendees. All events take place in UT and FL. Latinos In Action also hosts 1-2 fundraisers per year.
Homepage for latinosinaction.org
latinosinaction.org receives an average of 7,500 visitors per month.
Boot Camp
Boot camp is a four-day summer conference involving LIA college chapter students and LIA class leaders from 7th - 12th grade. Each LIA class has a leadership team. Other class members are placed on committees to plan and organize events and activities throughout the year. At the Boot Camps, our class leaders are given the tools they need to lead their peers during the coming school year.
VIP Breakfast
At each Youth Leadership Conference, LIA hosts an exclusive VIP breakfast for invited guests from the hosting university and greater community. The breakfast gives us a chance to thank these individuals for supporting our program. Our guests get to hear from and interact with students, keynote speakers, and our Founder and CEO Dr. Jose Enriquez. The highlight of the VIP Breakfast experience is when our guests join the opening session of the conference to witness firsthand the incredible excitement and enthusiasm of our students!
Social Media
Latinos In Action has 14,000+ followers across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat.
Youth Leadership Conference
Each year Latinos In Action partners with elite universities to host one-day Youth Leadership Conferences. Students learn from, and are inspired by, keynote speakers, workshop presenters, and LIA College Chapter students. In the spring of 2019 LIA will host over 7,000 students at our conferences at Weber State University, Brigham Young University, and the University of Utah in UT; Florida International University and the University of Central Florida in FL; and a mini-conference in Connecticut.