HIP partners with a transnational network of foundations to make impactful investments in the Latino community, and we help Latino nonprofits access funds and develop their leadership so they can effectively address the most pressing issues facing our communities.
Hispanics in Philanthropy is seeking two consultants for facilitation and strategy planning support specifically for two projects in the areas of education and health equity as described below. Requests for proposals can be found in the below links.
HIP has engaged in the initial stages to identify strategies and bring new resources and visibility to promote Latino college attainment, particularly among Latino young men and boys in the San Joaquin Valley. We are seeking a consultant with great familiarity of the California Central Valley and experience in education equity.
The project entails several stages of analysis and planning including mapping the landscape of organizations working to support Latino students, identifying challenges, best practices, and opportunities for scaling up, understanding existing philanthropic strategies around this issue, and identifying opportunities for partnership and coalition building.The consultant will work closely with HIP's staff, primarily our programs team based out of Oakland.
Timing - January through May with the possibility of extension
HIP aims to increase visibility and philanthropic support for Latino serving organizations advancing health equity across California. This work seeks to increase awareness and a sense of urgency among national level funders, of the pressing needs of Latino communities in CA (and in other regions) as evidenced by key funder participation and commitments to the field. It also aims to augment the voice and capacity of Latino community organizations throughout California that are leaders in the field.
We seek a consultant to conduct an landscape assessment and digital asset mapping and socialize our findings through the development of social media and digital content, including blog posts and infographics. This work will help bring visibility and awareness to issues of health equity facing the Latinx community in California and successful practices and organizations responding to these issues.
Timing - January through June 2018 with the possibility of extension