Alliance for Hispanic Advancement
PO Box 3743
Yuba City, CA 95992
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- Resource to Hispanics
- Community Activities
Hours of OperationMonthly Meetings
2nd Tuesday of Each Month
Downstairs at El Zarape Restaurant
1005 Stafford Way
Yuba City, CA 95991
The objective of the Alliance shall be to take a leadership role in improving the quality of life for all people of Hispanic heritage in our local communities. The Alliance for Hispanic Advancement intends to accomplish this mission through community involvement, educational enhancement and economic promotion.
WHO IS THE ALLIANCE FOR HISPANIC ADVANCEMENT?
We come from many backgrounds: we are hardworking parents, educators, business leaders, activists and concerned citizens.
Why do we need you? Together we gain a collective voice in what is vital to create a positive influence to our children, our future. There are many things you can offer. Two in particular; Your time and commitment along with experiences. You have a lot to contribute.
Join us in our efforts to fulfill our mission!!!
WHY JOIN THE ALLIANCE FOR HISPANIC ADVANCEMENT?
Since 1992, AHA has been a 501(c3) non-profit organizationconsisting of a group of concerned community members who have joined together to lead the Latinos in Northern California to a better quality of life. Our goal is to represent and serve the Hispanic community. We have awarded dozens of scholarships, supported the youth, and created a pool of resources to enrich the lives of the Latinos.
Some of the Alliance for Hispanic Advancement's Accomplishments
Distribution of many student scholarships
Establishment of second year scholarships
Increased the $ amount and number of scholarships awarded
Mentorship of scholarship recipients by former scholarship recipients
Held many Scholarship Award Banquets for recipients and their families
Raised funds for the Hispanic Exhibit at Sutter County Memorial Museum’s Cultural Wing
Created Relations with the AAUW and the Women’s Coalition
Participated in and educated community members about the Census process
Donated to and supported the efforts of the Yuba City Unified School District’s Education Foundation
Involved in the planning and execution of the Annual Multi National Health Week Fair hosted by Ampla Health, aka Del Norte Clinics, Inc
Participated in the Live Oak Festival
Held Annual Primavera Dinner Dances to raise funds for the AHA
Participated in the Mexican Consulate Immigration Resource Day
Participated in Citizenship Swearing In Ceremonies in the Yuba Sutter area by the United States Immigration Service (USCIS)
Donated supplies for Rudy de la Cerna’s ESL and Citizenship classes
Participation in Proyecto Navidad with the Forest Service, Northern California Consortium, a forest thinning project where youth spent a fun activity filled day in the forest and cut their own Christmas tree to take home
Participation in the Cinco de Mayo event hosted by RVR Enterprises
Participation in the Mexican Independence Day event hosted by RVR Enterprises
Distributionof turkeys/Holiday Baskets to community members in need
Donation of turkeys and gifts to families of Casa de Esperanza
Members as individuals worked to provide food and gifts to a family of 10 whose house burned down during the holiday season
Donation of $ for school supplies and turkeys during the holidays to the Western Farm Workers of America
Participation in the Christmas Stroll in downtown Yuba City
Support for the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program managed by Harmony Health
Participation in the Bok Kai Parade in downtown Marysville
Monthly Board Meetings:
The 2nd Tuesday of each month at
Ell Zarape Restaurant
1005 Stafford Ave.
Yuba City, California