Your financial support to Latina Professionals is vital to our work. We welcome gifts of any size to support Latina women and girls in our community.
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We support Latina women and girls across Chattanooga and surrounding cities each year and depend on donations to provide them with the education, mentorship, and resources they need to thrive in their careers and life. Your financial support will ensure they have access to real-world knowledge and an empowering community so they can make the right decisions – for their career, families, and communities.
Corporate support is vital to the success of Latina Professionals of Chattanooga. We appreciate the significant contributions of our event sponsors, grant collaborators, and corporate donors and welcome additional support. Please contact us to discuss how your business can support our mission through corporate giving.
Each year Latina Professionals attracts a large audience to hear dynamic, inspiring, and informative speakers for our Soy Latina event. Several sponsorship levels are available to fit your company’s needs. In addition, we periodically have other events or programs related to Latina women issues that provide sponsorship opportunities for corporations. Please email us for detailed information about our Soy Latina event, click here.
We periodically host events in the Chattanooga and Dalton area which are free and open to the public. Over the past three years, we've hosted panel discussions, cultural presentations, financial education workshops, and education forums on the status of Latina women and girls in Tennessee.
Corporate support is always welcome to help with printing, promotion, refreshments, and other event expenses. Please contact us if you would like to sponsor an event or have cultural awareness training.
We welcome donations of products or services that help us fulfill our mission.
Lasting social change can only be achieved through collaborative efforts. Latina Professionals is always open to working across sectors and with public, private, and nonprofit entities to create long-term solutions to problems facing Latina women and girls.