We benefit from affiliation with and the support of a number of great organizations and individuals who are fundamental in enabling us to execute our mission.
We Don’t Do It Alone
Alianza Americas promotes an agenda of justice, equity and increased quality of life for communities across the Americas. We are proud members, and our Executive Director serves as its Board Vice President.
Unidos US serves Latinos in the areas of civic engagement, civil rights and immigration, education, workforce and the economy, health, and housing. We are a proud affiliate, and our Executive Director is an Affiliate Council Representative.
We are proud partners of the United Way of the National Capital Area that helps underserved individuals in Washington, DC and surrounding counties in Maryland and Virginia. To live better, we must Live United.
Office of Victim Services
Department of Housing and Community Development
Mayor’s Office of Latino Affairs
Department of Energy and Environment
Immigrant Justice Legal Services Fund
Foundations and Corporations
DC Bar Foundation
Greater Washington Community Foundation
Foundry United Methodist Church
Kirkland and Ellis Foundation
Clark Construction Group, LLC
The Owenoke Foundation
CARECEN financial information is provided to demonstrate our belief in accountability and transparency as we deliver on our mission, goals, and promises to the public.
Help immigrant families become more secure, stable, and engaged in the community.
CARECEN meets the challenges facing those seeking to integrate into the United States. Our programs increase skills, knowledge, and civic engagement— helping overcome barriers that make it difficult to transition. Your gift today will provide opportunity for improved quality of life for those in need.
Support financial literacy skill building for 25 Latinas looking to build adjusted COVID household budgets.
Provide more than 500 community members with access to Zoom webinars that help them understand their housing rights during the pandemic.
Assist 20 families who apply for the emergency rental assistance program (ERAP) due to loss of income related to the Corona virus.
Improved Quality of Life
for an Empowered Latino Community