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 The Hispanic Family Equity Fund: For A Better Future

While the pandemic has been difficult for all Americans, it has been devastating for our nation’s Hispanic community. Hispanics have seen some of the highest job losses, and are still confronting the worst physical tolls of this deadly virus. There is an urgent need to invest in change and address the inequities that are affecting the Hispanic community. It is up to us to ensure a better, brighter future.

 

As part of an effort to improve outcomes for the 60 million Hispanics living in the United States, the Healthy Americas Foundation has launched the Hispanic Family Equity Fund — a $100 million initiative that aims to improve health and well-being for Hispanics nationwide. 

 

The $100 million fund will address the full spectrum of factors that impact health and well-being in Hispanic communities. It includes:

 

  • $20 million in grants to support community family services 

 

  • $5 million to monitor national, state, and community policy to ensure Hispanic families can recover from the impacts of the COVID pandemic

 

  • $75 million will support emerging opportunities and foster innovation in the delivery of services to close the well-being gap for Hispanic families.

 

Centene and the Centene Charitable Foundation are calling on companies and foundations to contribute to the fund and help support Hispanic families nationwide. The company supported the start-up of the fund with a one million dollar commitment.

 

It’s time to make America a better place for all.

 

If your company or foundation would like to learn more about the fund please send an email or call:

Jane L. Delgado, PhD, MS, President and CEO • 202-797-4321

Adolph P. Falcón, MPP, Executive Vice President • 202-797-4341

About Centene and the Healthy Americas Foundation

Our partnership with The Centene Charitable Foundation is rooted in our shared belief that all communities deserve equal access to the resources needed to overcome challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. As one of the nation’s largest providers of government-sponsored healthcare programs, Centene serves a population that is 27 percent Hispanic. Because of this, the company has crucial insight into the struggles its members are facing every day and a mission to address them. We are happy to work with Centene to establish the Hispanic Family Equity Fund and provide early education, childcare, food security, health insurance, and economic support for millions of Hispanics in the U.S. Together we can reduce systemic inequities, close the well-being gap, and ensure a brighter future for all