Happy New Year from CHCI!
Members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) and distinguished friends at the CHC's 35th anniversary celebration.
If networking with high-powered Latino leaders is on your To Do list this year, then you’re in luck. CHCI has two unique opportunities to connect you and your company with members of Congress, national leaders, and other key contacts in the Latino community. All contributions support CHCI's programs, which in 2011, changed the lives of more than 1,650 participants.
Chair’s Dinner – January 23
Join CHCI Chair Rep. Charles A. Gonzalez on January 23 to kick off CHCI’s 35th anniversary celebration. The evening begins with an intimate networking reception, followed by a private dinner where Rep. Gonzalez will introduce this year’s theme—CHCI at 35: Keeping the Founder’s Promise—and share the significant ways that CHCI continues to develop the next generation of Latino leaders. Invited guests include members of Congress, CHCI’s Board of Directors and Advisory Council, and other leading change makers in the Latino community.
Learn about options and benefits for sponsors. To sponsor this event, contact Cassie Banks, Senior Development Manager, at 202-548-5865 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHCI’s Strategic Planning Weekend – March 9-12
Sponsorship of CHCI’s Strategic Planning Weekend offers an opportunity to support and engage in four days of activities with CHCI’s Board of Directors and Advisory Council, local elected officials, community and business leaders, and other stakeholders who share CHCI’s mission to develop the next generation of Latino leaders. On March 9-12, CHCI’s prestigious board and distinguished advisory council will gather in San Diego for a strategic planning session designed to chart CHCI’s course for 2012 and beyond.
Several exciting opportunities to interact with this dynamic group are available. Contact Cassie Banks, Senior Development Manager, at 202-548-5865 or email@example.com to secure time with this vibrant group of Latino leaders.
CHCI is tax-exempt under section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue code. All grants and contributions to CHCI are tax deductible to the extent permitted by federal law.