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1   Link   NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Patriots have selected Marisol Amaya-Aluigi, executive director of La Alianza Hispana, as the recipient of the NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award. The NFL and the Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) have partnered for the fifth annual NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Awards during the 2015 celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. The awards recognize the contributions of Hispanic leaders in each NFL market.
2   Link   October, 2013 | ADH and Drop In Center News
Representatives from the District Attorney’s office visited La Alianza Hispana to talk about fraud and the increased financial exploitation of seniors. They described the various ways how these people try to obtain financial information including calling and pretending to be relatives or from a company.
3   Link   SER Scholarships Offer Hope in Boston’s Roxbury
BOSTON – La Alianza Hispana in Roxbury, MA is among the SER-Jobs for Progress National, Inc. (SER National) Affiliates participating in a high school scholarship program under the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI).
4   Link   Summer 2009 | New initiaitves
In this issue of La Voz, we are pleased to share with you some upcoming and interesting
initiatives; one is the opening of our outpatient behavioral health clinic through the Family Counseling Center and the other is the launching of Ladders to Language,an advanced English language instruction program designed help Latino English-language learners to transition to college or advanced training.
5   Link   September, 2013 | La Voz Newsletter
La Alianza Hispana’s staff and Cuidate program won FIRST PRIZE for the “BEST FLOAT” at the recent Puerto Rican Festival held on July 28th at Government Center in Boston. This prize caps off a year of turbulence and uncertainty while symbolizing recovery and determination to restore La Alianza Hispana to its long-time leadership position in the Latino community.
6   Link   La Alianza Hispana's 2009 | Year in Review
In this 2009 Year in Review newsletter, I am
pleased to share highlights from the last year. I'm thrilled to introduce you to our new alliances,investors and board members--all of whom have brought resources, commitment and expertise to our efforts this past year. Although challenging, this year has brought about tremendous opportunities for La Alianza Hispana.
7   Link   La Alianza Hispana's 2008 | Year in Review
In this 2008 Year in Review, I am pleased to share highlights from the last year. I'm thrilled to introduce you to our new strategic partners, investors and board members who bring resources and expertise to our efforts. And I encourage you to read our three-year action plan which will serve as a
map to our future.
8   Link   La Alianza Hispana's Strategic Plan
9   Link   August, 2008 | Celebra la vida con salud y musica
In this issue of La Voz, we are excited to feature Celebra La Vida Con Salud Y Trova 2007, provide links to video and photos from that day, and share how this event further impacts health education initiatives in the City of Boston. In addition to Celebra La Vida Con Salud y Trova, we want to highlight an important violence prevention initiative called City Moms on a Mission: Reclaiming our Village. This initiative was convened by State Senator Dianne Wilkerson and will continue to mobilize the Black and Latino community to address the violence in our neighborhoods
10   Link   La Alianza Hispana's 2007 | A Year in Review
In this year-in-review special edition of our newsletter we would like to spotlight the leadership and accomplishments of our programs as well as the measures that are helping us to gauge our progress and that will be critical to our continued success in 2008.
11   Link   November 2007 | Strategic Direction
In this issue of La Voz, I would like to brief you on our new strategic direction and share how our strategic alliances are helping us build a platform for growth at La Alianza. In addition to providing life-changing direct care in our community, we recognize the importance of establishing strategic partnerships with other organizations to obtain economies of scale and cost efficiencies.
12   Link   August, 2007 | Celebra la vida con salud y trova
On July 15th, Boston's City Hall Plaza was filled with the sights and sounds of 9,000 people lining up to take advantage of free services and medical screenings.
13   Link   June, 2007 | Six Latina Executive Directors
In this special issue of La Voz we reached out to six Latina executive directors to share their inspirational voice and leadership advice. As we usher in a new era of leadership at La Alianza (The Alliance), we recognize our collective strength in the nonprofit sector is a critical resource in the community. We thank María Elena Letona (Centro Presente), Gladys Vega (Chelsea Collaborative) Alexandra Oliver-Dávila (Sociedad Latina), Vanessa Calderón Rosado (Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción), Giovanna Negretti (¿Oíste?), and Sylvia Saavedra-Keber (Concilio Hispano).
14   Link   May, 2007 | Haciendo Caminos
In this issue of La Voz I want to share with you all the ways in which La Alianza's team is leading change and increasing its impact in the community.
15   Link   April, 2007 | El Jolgorio de Massachusetts
For the first time ever, La Alianza Hispana and El Jolgorio de Massachusetts, in collaboration with Mayor Thomas M. Menino and the City of Boston's Office of Arts, Tourism and Special Events, will present the first annual Festival de Salud y Trova: Access to Your Health and Trova (typical folk music) Festival to be held at Boston City Hall Plaza on Sunday, July 15, 2007.
16   Link   February, 2007 | Linda Medina
In our February issue of La Voz, we are pleased to profile Linda Medina, a La Alianza volunteer and former workforce development program participant. Linda is a Latina leader who is reconnecting with the community that once offered her life-changing support.
17   Link   January, 2007 | The Three Kings
This year, our three kings were more than just “bearers of gifts”—they served as excellent role models for all the young people attending the event. Thank you so much City Councilor Félix Arroyo, Chelsea City Councilor Roy Avellaneda and Omar Cabrera, host of Univision News. Your commitment to La Alianza and the Latino community is truly appreciated.
18   Link   December, 2006 - A Year in review
2006 was a year of change and transformation for La Alianza Hispana. We changed the way we did business, we changed locations for one of our longstanding programs, and we changed the way we reached out to the community for support.
19   Link   November, 2006 - Happy Thanksgiving
I hope you had a great Thanksgiving with family, friends and loved ones. In the "La Alianza Family" we are thankful to be part of a wonderful and enthusiastic team of co-workers who day in and day out show their
commitment to our community.
20   Link   October, 2006 | Latino Heritage Month
October is Hispanic Heritage month—it's a time to recognize leaders and activists who have lessened barriers and created opportunities for Latinos.
21   Link   September, 2006 - Our thanks to our supporters
We are happy to report that The Boston Foundation recently awarded La Alianza with a generous grant of $100K to support capacity building activities.
22   Link   August, 2006 - La Voz Newsletters
This is our first in a series of monthly newsletters entitled La Voz (The Voice); when our voices are heard we become a thriving, visible, and empowered Latino community! I hope that you share your voice with us in the form of any ideas, comments, or suggestions you might have about La Voz or our work.