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Our mission is to achieve a better quality of life for Hispanics in Abilene and the Big Country by providing community leadership development opportunities for Hispanics at all economic levels.
As Hispanic volunteers completed preparations of the Hispanic Heritage Month in September 1993, an idea was born to form a group that would do faster networking and fellowship between Hispanics and Non-Hispanic individuals and organizations in Abilene. On October 14, 1993, a grassroots meeting was held among members of the Hispanic community, giving many reasons to shape that idea into reality. the formation of the new group would:
- Promote visibility of role models for the youth;
- Raise Hispanic cultural awareness among the Abilene community;
- Facilitate tapping into a wealth of resources through networking;
- Encourage and develop members into leadership roles;
- help address and assist in resolving general community issues and concerns
- Serve as a forum for ideas, information and special projects.
- Preserve the culture, language, food, arts, music and history of all Hispanic groups.
- Promote participation in the political process while remaining non-partisan.
- Economic empowerment through education, business ownership, home ownership, and financial self-sufficiency.
- Build strong relationships based upon trust and respect with the Hispanic and non-Hispanic communities.
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- Regular Monthly Meetings
- Voter Education & Registration
- Hispanic Heritage Month
- Middle School Mentor Program
- Annual Social