Latino Fashion Week’s goal is to raise awareness and/or funds for local and national not for profit Benefactors.
2016 Benefactors include:
Creative Cypher Center – Thursday, September 29, 2016
Creative Cypher is a network of content creators on a mission to champion diversity within the film industry and to make it more accessible to independent artists. A Creative hub of tech-savvy multicultural millennial creators producing the highest quality content and live events to celebrate each other. Creative Cypher strives to enhance its network of cutting edge diverse professionals by providing opportunities to showcase work,resources for project development and distribution as well as mentorship.
BUILD Chicago – Friday, September 30, 2016
BUILD believes that every child deserves a bright future regardless of individual challenges or neighborhood barriers. To transform children’s lives from at-risk to at-hope, BUILD provides comprehensive services across critical developmental milestones, meeting young people where they are: in the schools, on the streets, or in the courts. Providing continuity in communities that too often face disruption, isolation, and change, BUILD strives to be a constant and trusted resource for youth whether they are struggling to stay in school and out of gangs, or striving to go to college and build a career.
Chicago-United – Saturday, October 1, 2016
Chicago-Build Chicago United advocates to achieve parity in economic opportunity for people of color by advancing multiracial leadership in corporate governance, executive level management, and business diversity.
Past Benefactors include: A Safe Haven, ALPFA, Autism Speaks, Fashion Hope, Girl Scouts of Greater Chicago, HACE, HACER, Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities (MOPD), Purple Purse Allstate Foundation, The V Foundation, Vive en Forma, Unlikely Heroes, Urban Initiatives, NAHN ILLINOIS, National Latino Education Institute, Women’s Business Development Network,
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