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Organizations in the Pittsburgh Area
Acculturation for Justice, Access and Peace Outreach
The Mission of AJAPO is to provide a continuum of care which empowers African and Caribbean refugees and immigrants to become self-sufficient and integrated into the Greater Pittsburgh Community and Allegheny County.
City of Asylum
Creates a thriving community for writers, readers, and neighbors.
The Immigrant Worker Project (IWP)
Dedicated to the struggle for justice and human dignity for rural immigrant workers from Latin America. We are an organization that is working toward a future where Economic Democracy and Communities of Solidarity are achieved for rural immigrants.
Casa San Jose
The Sisters of St Joseph of Baden are addressing the significant needs of the growing Latino immigrant population, particularly the youth, in the Pittsburgh area. These families have expressed a critical need for services in their first language to assist them in adapting to life in this region.
The Latin American Cultural Union (LACU)
A volunteer-based 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization in Pittsburgh, that promotes the Latin American and Caribbean cultures and create strategies to increase the visibility of our community in the region.
Building New Hope
A volunteer-driven nonprofit organization based in Pittsburgh, PA and Nicaragua. In Nicaragua, we partner with a worker-owned coffee cooperative, operate two schools for at-risk youth, and sponsor high school scholarships. In Pittsburgh, we engage with local schools, faith groups, farmers, and businesses to spread awareness about and appreciation for the culture, coffee, and communities in Central America.
LHAL Pittsburgh - Latino Health Advocacy & Leadership
A new health advocacy program has come to the Pittsburgh Area Latino Community! With the guidance of the I-LEAD organization and the commitment of the community, we have a Latino Health Advocacy and Leadership Program.
Latin American Related Organizations in the Pittsburgh Area