La misión, visión y valores de El Pueblo
Thank you to the individual donors, foundations, government agencies, volunteers, and other supporters who help make our work possible.
El Pueblo Funders and Event Sponsors 2016
El Pueblo builds the capacity of Latino community members by providing them with culturally - sensitive information and education regarding relevant public safety issues. Specifically, we raise awareness and change risky behaviors related to driving while intoxicated, the use of seat belts, child safety seats, and domestic violence and sexual assault.
We work with adult community members to develop leadership skills and share information with their peers to promote healthy living, navigate the health care system, and become advocates in their communities. With community members, we advance toward the ultimate goal of creating healthy, just communities in our state, focusing on specific topics such as the prevention of domestic violence and reproductive health.
Picture of the Youth Council, taken September 2017
The Youth Council is dedicated to achieving El Pueblo's organizational mission and to creating change in our community. To learn more about the group of passionate, capable, and determined young people of El Pueblo's Youth Council, see each member's biography below:
The Pueblo Power Program is a leadership development program that provides a clear process for preparing youth to take active roles within the organization and to provide a path for deeper engagement and leadership opportunities to take action in the community.
Rolando’s handmade works are created from Amate bark paper, a material that comes from the bark of xalama, or “wild fig tree.” This paper was used by his ancestors to depict