Community Resources

The Hispanic League partners with more than twenty community organizations to provide educational programming and assistance to the Hispanic community.

A sample includes WS/FC Library, International Center of Forsyth Tech, YMCA Camp High Hopes, YMCA Hispanic Achievers, Christmas Giving, BOOKMARKS, WS/FC School System, Community Care Center and others to provide services free of charge.


The Hispanic League has a Community Service Coordinator who provides resources to the community for Spanish speaking individuals. Part of this service includes quarterly FaithAction ID Drives for the community in which any individual may receive photo identification. The FaithAction ID’s are recognized by local law enforcement, health care facilities and other partner organizations/businesses.


The Hispanic Services offers educational session throughout the year including the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Latino American Women’s Conference, and more. These opportunities are open to all interested in learning more about the Hispanic community.

 
 
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Community id drive & services

 
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local job postings

 
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health care resources