The Latina Giving Circle of San Diego is an exciting new effort to bring together a community of San Diego’s Latinas who want to uplift, celebrate and share the philanthropic traditions and values of the Latino community.
OUR MISSION is to ignite the power of the Latina connection through giving, leadership, service and networks.
We believe that Latinas are important to the success of our region; we believe in the power of collective giving; and we believe that creating an inclusive network of wise, generous, and connected Latinas will create positive change for all in San Diego County.
How About a Chance to Hang with Ozomatli?Thanks to a generous donation by Holland America Line the Latina Giving Circle is pleased to offer for auction four VIP packages to see Ozomotli at the San Diego Symphony Summer Pops on August 24. The auction is now live and will close at 5:00 p.m. on August 7th.
Are you interested in becoming more involved in the Latina Giving Circle?
Would you like to serve your community, grow an organization and develop your own leadership while getting to know and working alongside some of the most dynamic women in our community?The LGC is organized by a committee structure...more.
What's Going On at the Latina Giving Circle?
On November 14, 2013, over 70 Latinas from across the region convened at Liberty Station in Point Loma to officially launch the Latina Giving Circle of San Diego. This event was the culmination of months of work by a small group of women who believed in the idea that bringing Latinas together in a network of sharing, growing and giving was good for the Latino community and good for the region as well.
While the structure and programs of the LGC would need to be defined and created over the coming months by the LGC's new members, the vision was crystal clear...more
Mourning the Loss of a Exceptional Leader
On January 17, 2014 the Latina Giving Circle lost a exceptional leader and dear friend. Yolie Ingle passed away after a brief battle with illness. A mass to remember Yolie in prayer will be held on campus at University of San Diego in Founders Chapel on Friday, February 21, 2014 at 12:15 p.m. with a celebration of life to follow.
Latina Giving Circle Receives Foundation Support
The LGC was pleased to receive a $3,000 match contribution from the James Irvine Foundation. The Irvine Foundation is dedicated to expanding opportunity for the people of California to participate in a vibrant, successful and inclusive society. The foundation pursues its work guided by four grantmaking principles ...