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Make a gift today to help us empower the next generation of girls to innovate and diversify technology and media – two of the most influential industries right now.

Ways to Give

Make a One-time Donation or Become a Monthly Sustaining Donor

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NEW! Join the Latinitas Empowerment Circle

With a minimum $100 donation, you will be enrolled in the Latinitas Empowerment Circle, a tiered giving program that rewards donors as they give more to the organization over their lifetime.

Ask Your Employer to Match Your Donation

Does your employer offer a charitable match program? Many companies offer to match – or even double or triple! – the donations of their staff. If your employer has a matching gift program, please send us the appropriate form along with your gift.

Make an In-Kind Donation

Donations of items, software, or professional services help offset expenses, which ultimately allows Latinitas to serve more girls. In-kind gifts of goods and services can meet organizational needs both great and small. For ideas on our needs, please view our wish list. If you can provide any of these items or have any ideas about how we can acquire them, please contact us.

Send a Check by Mail

Please make checks payable to Latinitas, 1023 Springdale Road, Bldg. 9E, Austin, TX 78721. Call the office at (512) 900-0304 or email us at austin@latinitasmagazine.org if you have any questions.

Give While You Shop – Amazon Smile

Shopping through Amazon Smile is the same as shopping through Amazon, except that a portion of every purchase you make will directly benefit Latinitas! Signing up is as simple as 1-2-3:

1. Go to smile.amazon.com.
2. Log into your Amazon account.
3. Pick Latinitas as your preferred charity.

 


“Love, love, love this program and EVERYTHING they do! My daughter received a scholarship for their Summer Camp this year and she came out of that experience passionate and excited about the projects she participated in, the amazing group of speakers and community leaders she was personally introduced to, the friendships she made, and of course she absolutely loved all the cool tech education she received.”
– Mother of a first-time summer camp participant