By the Numbers

1

.1M

Latino/as in San Diego County

51

%

Latinos/as with Self-Sufficient Wages

$

5

M

SDF five-year commitment

A new pathway to support our Latino/a community.

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Impact Areas

Led by a leadership council of dedicated Latino/a community leaders and experts, El Camino Fund directs grants to four areas that advance economic mobility and generational wealth for San Diego Latino/as.

Colleagues of a small business having a discussion in a kitchen

Entrepreneurship

Access to capital
Leadership and community-building support
Flexible business models and one-on-one financial guidance

Adult receiving work training

Adult Education/Workforce Training

Adults doing financial paperwork

Financial Literacy

Overcoming fear of financial institutions
Combating predatory lending practices
Promoting exposure to scholarships and financial aid

Kids happy to be arrive at their new home

Homeownership

Affordable housing initiatives
Homeownership support programs
Addressing the high cost of housing

Leadership Council

The El Camino Fund leadership council is comprised of local leaders from public, private and nonprofit sectors who are committed to driving economic advancement for San Diego Latino/as.

Antonio Barbosa
Vice President, Philanthropy and Community Impact
Wells Fargo

Noerena Limon
Principal
Mariposa Strategies

Andrea Skorepa
Retired, Former CEO
Casa Familiar

Susy Villegas
President
SVPR Communications

Pablo Velez
CEO
University of California San Diego/El Centro Regional Medical Center

4 members of the El Camino Fund Leadership Council and Miguel Lopez

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