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Advocacy & Civic Engagement Program Manager ~ Full-time Bilingual Position Available Immediately

We seeks a dynamic and motivated individual to lead our Advocacy and Civic Engagement Program to build the long-term power of directly impacted Latinxs and protect and advance the rights of immigrants in North Carolina. The ability to speak, read, and write fluently in English and Spanish is required.

Marketing Communications Manager ~ Full-time bilingual position available immediately 

We seeks a talented and highly motivated Marketing Communications Manager to to effectively plan, execute, and manage impactful communication strategies in support of the organization and its mission. The ability to speak, read, and write fluently in English and Spanish is required. 

Workers’ Rights Program Coordinator – Full time Position Available Immediately 

The coordinator will work in partnership with  poultry workers, contractors and other organizations to protect and advance the rights of poultry workers. Must be fluent in Spanish.


An Equal Opportunity Employer

EVH is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to diversity and inclusion. Minorities are strongly encouraged to apply. We do not discriminate based on race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religious beliefs, disability, sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation.

Workers, join the fight against Covid-19!

If you or someone in your household works in meat packing, food processing, or farming, you may be eligible to participate in a study to help understand how COVID-19 spreads in the workplace.

This study requires up to 4 visits where health personnel will take samples of your blood, saliva and nasal passages. You will receive up to $125, a compensation of  $25 per visit.

This study is a partnership between UNC School of Medicine and The Hispanic Liaison.

If interested, please call Melissa at 919-869-5595 or

Click here for more information

Click here for study Facebook page

Thank you for joining the fight against Covid-19!

Make a change with your change!

This September, in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, the awesome Chatham Marketplace in Pittsboro is “rounding up” for The Hispanic Liaison! All the change collected will support our programs and services to the community.

This Thursday 9/3, we will be hosting a table at the Marketplace from 3-6:30 PM ~
come over for a socially distanced and appropriately masked visit!

Every penny counts! Please support our local coop and The Hispanic Liaison.
Mil gracias!

A huge thanks to everyone at the Chatham Marketplace!

Coronavirus ~ update on our services

Out of concern for the health of our entire community and to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, The Hispanic Liaison will NOT be offering in-person services until further notice. 

We are available to assist over the telephone at 919-742-1448, via Facebook o email at info@evhnc.org.  

New service hours over the telephone: 

Mondays: 10 AM to 1 PM

Tuesdays: 12 PM to 6 PM

Thursdays: 12 PM to 4 PM

Wednesdays and Fridays:  we will be checking voice twice a day.

If we don’t answer the phone, please leave a message with your name and number so we may return your call.

To schedule a virtual appointment for our free Immigration Legal Clinic, contact Paola Rodriguez at paola@evhnc.org or 336-365-8007

We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to return to our regular schedule as soon as possible.

Press below for more information about the coronavirus:

Chatham County Health Department

NC Department of Health & Human Services

CDC – Centers for Disease Control

Stay safe and healthy!

Chatham Solidarity Fund distributes $184,600 to local families

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A huge thank you to the 615 individuals, foundations, organizations and churches who contributed to the Chatham Solidarity Fund! Your generosity was a source of relief and solace to hundreds in our community.

From April 2020 to date, the Chatham Solidarity Fund has:
~ Raised $205,050 from 615 donors
~ Distributed $184,600 to 206 families; each family received $900
~ Helped 853 individuals: 399 adults and 454 children

We’ll continue to share money with families in need until the Fund is depleted.

Fund recipients also share their gratitude:

“I’m very grateful for the generosity of the donors who, without knowing us, put their hands on their heart and nobly decided to help. Thank you for helping us overcome this dark period with the beautiful light of your kindness. May God bless you forever.”

“On behalf of my family, I want to thank everyone for helping us through this difficult moment. We were behind on our bills because my husband and I have been unemployed since mid-March because of Covid-19. Thank you so much for this donation to help us pay our bills.”

The Chatham Solidarity Fund is a partnership among 7 Chatham nonprofits with support from the Chatham Health Alliance. The goal was to provide financial relief for families impacted by Covid-19 and who did not qualify for the federal stimulus checks or unemployment benefits.

If you wish to contribute:
Donate via website

Mail a check to:
Hispanic Liaison
c/o Solidarity Fund
200 N. Chatham Ave.
Siler City, NC 27344

The Solidarity Fund is being administered by The Hispanic Liaison, a 501c3 nonprofit organization

We could not have done this without YOU!

And many thanks to our foundation and organization donors!

American Institutes for Research
Chapel in the Pines
Clearwind Fund
Colectivo NC
Edgar-Haley Family Fund

Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
Fearrington Democratic Club

Global Health Foundation
Gordon Leeker Family Fund
Marcia Angle and Mark Trustin Fund
NC Collaborative for Strong Latinx Communities
North Carolina Healthcare Foundation
Robert and Vivian Lamb Fund
School for Conversion Poor People’s Campaign
Stephen and Ruth Grant Fund
Scott Family Endowment Fund
Triangle Community Foundation
Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
Anonymous donor in honor of Piedmont Health Services

Congratulations OLP scholars!

Congratulations to Edith, Erick, Esmar, David and Oscar ~ our 5 scholars of Orgullo Latinx Pride Youth (OLP) Program who graduated from Jordan Mathews High School this year. We are very proud of them for graduating from high school and pursuing a higher education. It has been an honor to work with these amazing young leaders and we wish them the best of luck!

David was awarded the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation Scholarship for $20,000, the Frances K. Talley Memorial Scholarship for $1,000 and the Burke Endowed Scholarship in Clarinet for $4,500 for UNC-G, which he will  attend this fall on a fully paid tuition. Congratulations David!

Oscar was awarded the ACCESS scholarship from Appalachian State University, the Covenant Scholarship from UNC-CH and the Pack Promise Scholarship from NC State. He also received the William L. Wall Family Scholarship for $4,000, the GSK Opportunity Scholarship for $20,000 from The Triangle Community Foundation and was named the Mary Linda Andrews Scholar for this year! He will be attending NC State University this fall on a fully paid tuition. Congratulations Oscar!

Edith will attend Central Carolina Community College this fall where she plans to study nursing. Congratulations Edith!

Erick will attend Central Carolina Community College this fall to study nursing. Congratulations Erick!

Esmar will take a gap year to work and save money for college so he can enroll at Central Carolina Community College. Good luck Esmar! 

Our deep gratitude to OLP supporters who helped our youth in their journey:

Mike & Sandi Friedman for helping our scholars prepare for college

Ms. Natalia Franco Lopez for embroidering their serape stoles

Peppercorn Café and Joan Underwood for the amazing generosity with our youth group

The parents for all their hard work to help their children succeed in school!

A HUGE thank you to our OLP program funders:

Alces Foundation

Chatham County

Mary Duke Biddle Foundation

Women of Fearrington

Siler City Rotary Club

Chatham Solidarity Fund – final stretch!

Your donation to the Chatham Solidarity Fund will be shared directly with families financially impacted by Covid-19 and who don’t qualify for the stimulus check simply because of their immigration status, despite contributing federal, state, social security and other taxes. Their U.S. Citizen children are also being excluded from the stimulus benefits. Many of them are out of work or had their work hours reduced.

Here’s an update on our efforts: 

~ 602 donors have contributed $198,909 ~ thank you!

~ 197 families have received $900 each

Can you help us so that no family is left behind?

Please give as much as you can, we are grateful for ALL donations!

Help a vulnerable family in Chatham!  Contribute today and help us spread the word:
Hispanic Liaison
c/o Solidarity Fund
200 N. Chatham Ave.
Siler City, NC 27344

The Solidarity Fund is being administered by The Hispanic Liaison, a 501c3 nonprofit organization. EIN# 56-1974043

Thank you for your generosity!
WHO WILL YOU BE HELPING? 

Chatham residents financially impacted* by the pandemic AND who don’t qualify for the stimulus checks and/or unemployment benefits.

We recognize that there are many more families in need. Our intention is to ensure that families in Chatham are not left out simply because of their immigration status.

*Financially impacted are people who lost their jobs, had their work hours reduced or are self-employed and not able to exercise their profession (ex: house cleaners, food sales, childcare providers, etc.)

Unfortunately, we’re no long accepting applications for help.
The application deadline was May 20.

A huge thanks to the Foundations and other major donors to the Fund!

American Institutes for Research
Chapel in the Pines

Clearwind Fund
Colectivo NC
Fearrington Democratic Club
Global Health Foundation

Gordon Leeker Family Fund
Maple Tree Fund
Marcia Angle and Mark Trustin Fund
NC Collaborative for Strong Latinx Communities

North Carolina Healthcare Foundation
NC Poor People’s Campaign

Robert and Vivian Lamb Fund
Scott Family Endowment Fund
Stephen and Ruth Grant Fund
Triangle Community Foundation
Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
Anonymous donor in honor of Piedmont Health Services

Chatham Solidarity Fund – still welcoming donations!

A collaborative fund of Chatham nonprofits

In Chatham County, we always step up to help our neighbors. In these challenging times, local families need your generosity and solidarity. Your donation to the Chatham Solidarity Fund will ensure that some of the most vulnerable families can make it through this crisis.  

Hundreds of our Chatham County neighbors will not receive a stimulus checks or unemployment benefits simply because of their immigration status, despite contributing federal, state, social security and other taxes. Their U.S. Citizen children are also being excluded from the stimulus benefits. Many of these families are out of work or had their work hours reduced.

Your donation will be shared directly with individuals and families in need. The amount distributed will depend on how much we are able to raise with your help.

Our goal is to raise $360,000. Can you help?
We’re asking that: 
1,000 people give $120
AND
1,000 people give $240 
Will you be a part of the 2,000 generous people who share
their stimulus check with families in need? 

Please give as much as you can, we are grateful for ALL donations!

Help a vulnerable family in Chatham!  Contribute today and help us spread the word:
Hispanic Liaison
c/o Solidarity Fund
200 N. Chatham Ave.
Siler City, NC 27344
Thank you for your generosity!
WHO WILL YOU BE HELPING? 

Chatham residents financially impacted* by the pandemic AND who don’t qualify for the stimulus checks and/or unemployment benefits.

We recognize that there are many more families in need. Our intention is to ensure that families in Chatham are not left out simply because of their immigration status.

*Financially impacted are people who lost their jobs, had their work hours reduced or are self-employed and not able to exercise their profession (ex: house cleaners, food sales, childcare providers, etc.)

HOW WILL THE FUND WORK? 
  • A committee will review the applications and oversee the distribution of funds.
  • Qualifying individuals and families will receive the money directly. They’ll decide how to spend it.
Unfortunately, we’re no long accepting applications for help. The application deadline was May 20.


The Solidarity Fund is being administered by The Hispanic Liaison, a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
EIN# 56-1974043.

Apply Now ~ Solidarity Fund

The Chatham solidarity fund is accepting applications through May 20 from Chatham county residents.

The Fund is for persons WHO HAVE LOST THEIR JOB OR INCOME due to Covid-19 AND DON’T QUALIFY for the stimulus check or unemployment benefits.
ONE APPLICATION PER FAMILY.

Click here to complete an application (the deadline has passed, we’re no longer accepting applications)

If you need help to complete the form, we have bilingual volunteers on-call to assist you. Call 919-533-7406:
  • Saturday, May 9 – from 11 am to 8pm
  • Saturday, May 16 – from 11 am to 8pm
NOTICE:
  • Applications will be reviewed at the end of May.
  • If you qualify, you’ll receive the contribution in June by mail.
  • The amount distributed will depend on how much money we raise
    and how many families qualify for help.
  • If you don’t qualify, we will inform you via email or text in June
Click here to contribute to the Fund

Our youth make us proud!

We are very proud of David Gonzalez and Oscar Manzanarez, members of our Orgullo Latinx Pride Youth Program, for being awarded major scholarships to attend college!

David Gonzalez received a $20,000 scholarship from the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation. He was accepted into several colleges and universities including Guilford College, UNC-Charlotte, East Carolina University, Methodist University, and more. He chose to attend the music program at UNC-Greensboro, which also awarded him the Burke Endowed Scholarship in Clarinet for his spectacular audition! Now, his entire college tuition is covered.

Oscar Manzanarez was also accepted at several colleges and universities including Guilford College, UNC-Greensboro, UNC-Wilmington, Elon, UNC-Charlotte, UNC-Chapel Hill, NC State University and Appalachian State. Oscar was awarded the ACCESS scholarship from Appalachian State University that covers his entire tuition. He’s awaiting responses from other scholarships and financial aid offers before making his final decision.

 Congratulations David and Oscar! We’re thrilled and very proud of you!

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