Donate

Thank you for donating to the Latino Caucus for Public Health Vision Campaign! The Latino Caucus for Public Health (LCPH) relies on financial contributions to support our efforts in addressing key health issues in the United States and throughout the rest of the Americas. Your donations are greatly appreciated!

HOW TO DONATE

You can make a donation online using the link below or by writing a check payable to Latino Caucus for Public Health and mailing it to LCPH treasurer (for address, please contact bjbecerra@gmail.com)

Click HERE to donate online




DONATION LEVELS 

Lifetime Member >$1,000

  • Lifetime membership to the Latino Caucus for Public Health
  • Reserved Seating for 3 guests at the Awards Dinner
  • Recognition for becoming a lifetime member at every Awards Dinner

Madrina/Padrino $1,000

  • Contributor name listed on the Conference Program and/or Awards Dinner Program
  • Reserved seating for 2 guests at the Awards Dinner
  • Recognition for supporting student scholarship program

Tia/Tio $500

  • Contributor Name listed in the Event Program
  • Reserved seating for 2 guests at the Awards Dinner
  • Recognition for underwriting LCPH events

Hermana/Hermano $300

  • Contributor Name listed in the Event Program
  • Reserved seating for 1 guest at the Awards Dinner
  • Recognition for underwriting printing costs

Amiga/Amigo $100

  • Contributor Name listed in the Event Program
  • Reserved seating for 1 guest at the Awards Dinner

Anything Counts: <$100

  • The Latino Caucus for Public Health will accept any donation, big or small. Giving with your corazon is what this is all about. There is power in numbers: the total amount generated through "Anything Counts" will be announced at the Awards Dinner.

THANK YOU!

The Latino Caucus for Public Health (LCPH) would like to thank our funders for their commitment to financially supporting our efforts to positively impact the health of Latinos. Thanks to generous gifts, LCPH has been able to continue our work.

Throughout the years, LCPH has had numerous sponsors from various foundations, corporations, and research institutes.