End of year CAMPAIGN
To send a donation by mail, please label the envelope as follows:
251 N Spruce St
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
If sending a check please address it to the Hispanic League.
Alumni Scholarship Fund
Making a gift can help change the lives of young Hispanics who need assistance to improve their language skills, receive encouragement as they transition through cultural change and achieve their childhood dream of attending college. Consider giving a donation each pay day! Suggested amounts are below.
Please help make a difference. Generous gifts of all sizes will change lives!
Provide a scholarship for a student to go to college for one year $2,500 ($208.34 per month, $104.16 for 24 pay periods, $96.15 for 26 pay periods)
Provide support for 1 of 9 Middle School Achievers Program schools $1,500 ($125 per month, $62.60 for 24 pay periods, $57.70 for 26 pay periods)
Help the Community Service Program provide referrals to families $1,000 ($83.34 per month, $41.67 for 24 pay periods, $38.46 for 26 pay periods)
Bring a Hispanic/Latino Author for a school visit during BookMarks $500 ($41.67 per month, $20.84 for 24 pay periods, $19.23 for 26 pay periods)
Bring a Hispanic/Latino Director to RiverRun Film Festival $350 ($29.17 per month, $14.59 for 24 pay periods, $13.46 for 26 pay periods)
Help provide food for our Community Giving program $150 ($12.50 per month, $6.25 for 24 pay periods, $5.77 for 26 pay periods)
Give a Middle School Achiever an incentive at the end of year $100 ($8.34 per month, $4.17 for 24 pay periods, $3.85 for 26 pay periods)
Supplies for the Hispanic League office – all levels of donations welcome!
The Hispanic League is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Tax ID 56-1791215
Financial information about this organization and a copy of its license are available from the State Solicitation Licensing Section at (919) 807-2214. The license is not an endorsement by the State
Thank you for your support!
Donations are Tax Deductible as provided by law.
The Hispanic League also accepts donations of Stock and Securities.
Contact Mari Jo Turner for details 336.770.1228