Who We Support

Latina Republic seeks to provide support and resources so that the humanitarian projects of the organizations with whom we partner can obtain long-term sustainability and become impactful over time.

Latina Republic carries out a rigorous selection of NGOs and projects that advance human rights. Once selected, organizations submit applications for grant agreements through which they detail their projects and provide various documentation and plans for their annual goals.

Latina Republic is a California-based nonprofit organization formed to operate exclusively for charitable purposes in support of local NGOs qualified to operate in Central and South America. Through donations, gifts and grants, Latina Republic seeks to provide funding to promising organizations and impactful projects that are based in the region. Our work is accomplished through partnerships, grant agreements and story advocacy.

In Latin America, we maintain a grantmaking relationship with awarded NGOs to support the work carried out by staff and volunteers who work for the NGOs as agents of the NGOs. Latina Republic has identified visionary NGO’s that are succeeding against all odds. It is the work of these valiant organizations that Latina Republic seeks to bring to light and to help support.

We invite you to donate to help these heroic groups transform their communities. 100% of your donations will go towards the transformative work of the NGO’s and community projects we support:



Asociacion Bendicion de Dios | Guatemala
Asociacion Bendicion de Dios, a community association located in San Juan Alotenango, a municipality in the department of Sacatepéquez, Guatemala, is located in a coffee growing village that his home to a 40 % widowed and single parent population. The association was built with the main objective of breaking the chains of illiteracy, poverty, malnutrition, and ill-health, and to improve the family’s lives by building a school to educate the children, improve the infrastructure of the family homes, and target gender discriminatory views. The Asociacion provides educational, health, and infrastructural services to over 500 families in Alotenango.
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FUSSDIM | El Salvador
Multiple Disability Rights Foundation: In El Salvador, the complexity of treatment required for children and adults living with multiple disabilities causes those living with multiple disabilities to be excluded from public schools, the workplace and other public sites. To make matters more difficult, El Salvador does not provide disability benefits to the families caring for children with disabilities, which stresses families emotionally, financially and medically.
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ASOGEN | Guatemala
ASOGEN, The Association of Women Generating Change, Guatemala, represents 400 criminal cases annually in crimes of violence against women; ASOGEN is an organization that advocates on behalf of the defense of women's rights in the department of Chimaltenango in Guatemala. They work to end forced motherhood for adolescents, seek justice in feminicide courts by accompanying family member survivors of the victim, and empower and shelter women on the road to healing and self-reliance.
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GRACHY Foundation | El Salvador
El Salvador is in the process of developing new educational models to keep youths off the streets, away from working in traffic lights, dropping out of school and joining gangs. GRACHY is an innovative educational center that reinforces academics with attention to a child’s physical, psychological and emotional health. The center provides comprehensive services to school-age children, adolescents, their families and the communities. This visionary center is managed by an interdisciplinary team of professionals who currently volunteer their talents and time to ensure a future generation of healthy, educated leaders.
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Island Infrastructure Project | El Salvador
The Isla de San Sebastian is part of the departamento de Usulutan, Municipio San Dionisio, Cacerios La Pirraya, San Sebastian and Rancho Viejo. Their inhabitants live primarily from fishing and they're committed to their families and development of the island. “The people of La Pirraya have been forgotten for a long time,” said an advocate to Latina Republic. Part of the island population is comprised of families from the neighboring country of Honduras. These families moved to the Salvadoran island due to lack of opportunities in their country. The island is also home to migrant returnees, and a large population of seniors and residents with disabilities.
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