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We are committed to creating a future where Hispanics and Latinos worldwide have equal opportunities to grow and thrive.
As a firm, we are harnessing our expertise in business, policy and philanthropy and have initially committed $30 billion by the end of 2025 to drive an inclusive recovery, support employees and break down systemic barriers. By investing and supporting our Hispanic and Latino communities, we are reframing the narrative surrounding our communities’ potential and promoting a pathway to education, wealth building, business growth and community development.
“By elevating the unique experiences and potential of Hispanics and Latinos globally, we are embracing our differences as strengths to create economic opportunities for our employees, customers, clients and in the communities we serve and represent.”
“Al elevar las experiencias y voces propias de los hispanos y latinos a nivel global, estamos definiendo nuestras diferencias como fortalezas y creando oportunidades económicas para nuestros empleados, clientes y comunidades a las que servimos y representamos.”
Silvana Montenegro, Global Head of Advancing Hispanics and Latinos
Hispanics and Latinos in the U.S.
More than 62 million Americans — 19% of the total population — identified as Hispanic or Latino in the 2020 census.
Latino purchasing power in 2019, up 212% in the last decade.
If Latinos in the U.S. were a standalone economy, they would represent the 7th largest GDP in the world.
Latino-owned businesses contribute ~$700B to the U.S. economy.
of all new home buyers over the next 20 years are expected to be Latinos.
number of U.S. Latinos who will turn 18 in 2021 (and every year for the next two decades).
Median age of U.S. Latinos, 8.6 years younger than the general population.
Sources: LDC Latino Donor Collaborative, US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, USAFacts