It is with that spirit that I invite you to save the date of March 26th and to donate at the level that you or your organization can afford. Please see the attached sponsorship levels that include e-tickets for the virtual event and name listing in the program. You can also purchase individual ticket(s) at $50 per ticket, $25 for paid LRT members, and/or $10 for students and low-income individuals or retirees.
You can go through Eventbrite to pay by credit card at-
or Mail RSVP & payment to Latino and Latina Roundtable 1460 E Holt Ave, Mailbox 144, Pomona, CA 91767 (make checks payable to Latino/a Roundtable). For information please call (909) 480-6267 or visit our website www.latinolatinaroundtable.org
Jose Zapata Calderon
President of the Latino and Latina Roundtable of the San Gabriel and Pomona Valley
Dear LRT Friends,
We hope this email finds you and your loved ones healthy and well. Today is a big day for non-profits. Giving Tuesday is an opportunity to share our gratitude and to highlight our work. No one can deny the importance of non-profit organizations in our communities, especially during this pandemic.
The Latino and Latina Roundtable is no different. We count on your support to keep our doors open and our mission alive. Although this pandemic has kept us physically apart, my belief is that we will come out of this stronger. We have learned new ways to organize, created new partnerships, and along the way have tapped into our creativity to uplift our community.
Please support us, We have two options- a Facebook Fundraiser and also a Go Fund Me- Charity page.
We hope to go into 2021 with our new strategic plan and a renewed commitment to bring the issues that impact our communities to the forefront.
A heartfelt thanks to each and everyone of you for being part of the Latino and Latina Roundtable community and for believing in our work! We see you, we hear you, we love you!
Lina Mira and LRT Board
I am writing to ask for your support of the Latino and Latina Roundtable of the San Gabriel and Pomona Valley 16th annual Cesar Chavez breakfast fundraiser that will be held on Friday, March 27, 2020, from 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. (with registration between 7 and 8 am) at the Sheraton Fairplex Conference Center, Exposition Center 8, 601 W. McKinley Avenue, Pomona, CA 91768. In the last year, the Latino and Latina Roundtable has moved forward in sustaining an office and a director. As in the past, we have continued to advance our immigrant rights, community development, and education work through the commitment of dozens of volunteers and the resources that are raised from this yearly fundraiser. In keeping with our grass-roots organizing character, we continue to keep the cost at a minimum to ensure that the tradition is in keeping with the celebration of the life of Cesar Chavez and the many leaders, from all backgrounds, who have historically given of their lives to ensure a future with justice and equity. In keeping with the tradition of honoring leaders in our region who have exemplified the principles and values of Cesar Chavez, the Roundtable this year is honoring: Teresa Romero, President of the United Farmworkers Union; Jeanette Ellis-Royston, President of the Pomona Valley Branch of the NAACP; Mario and Cecilia Suarez, posthumous award for their contributions as educators; and John Nolte, community-based lawyer (Community Star award as member of the Latino and Latina Roundtable). In addition, Social Justice Scholarships will be presented to students from the region who exemplify the values of connecting their studies to community engagement and social change.
You can support our efforts by:
Going through eventbrite and make a reservation donation by credit card at
or attached is an RSVP form that you can use where you can Mail RSVP & payment to: Latino and Latina Roundtable 1460 E Holt Ave, Mailbox 144 Pomona, CA 91767 by March 16. For questions, call at: (909) 480-6267 or e-mail at email@example.com
Thank you sincerely for your support,
Jose Zapata Calderon President of the Latino and Latina Roundtable of the San Gabriel and Pomona Valley
CELEBRATE BUILDING BRIDGES and IMMIGRANT RIGHTS
On the 28th of September Immigrant Rights activists, Misael Reyes Honduran Asylum petitioner, Hector Barajas, Director of Deported Veterans , Latino Latina Round Table and many others will gather in Redlands to support the work of Building Bridges.
The celebration will be at 410 Lemonwood Ave, Redlands, CA, 92374, from 5-8 pm. If for some reason you can’t attend consider sending a check PAYABLE TO: Latino Latina Roundtable & mail to Jerry Ryan at the above address. For one $25/$40 for two.
Donald TRUMP every day is attacking immigrants and those who defend them. Now we can push back in an organized and creative way by supporting the Building Bridges Project.
Current Sponsors:Jose Calderon, State Senator Connie Leyva, Bobby De La Cruz, Ana Gonzalez, Carolyn Rose-Avila, John Jue, Joe Baca, Jr. Rialto City Council Member, Leno Rose-Avila, Miriam Burbano and Abigail Garcia Candidate for State Senate
RSVP to Jerry Ryan at (909-816-1187) Jrpresidentbr411@aol.com
SAY NO TO TRUMP .. YA BASTA
This event is to raise money for M.E.Ch.A.; M.E.Ch.A. stands for Movimiento Estudiantil Chican@ de Aztlan. We are an organization that educates the community about their history and their culture. 50% of the money we raise will go towards scholarships for two of the M.E.Ch.A. board members, and the other 50% will go towards our efforts to better educate our raza about their history and culture by mentoring high school students, buying books that will empower our members, and participating in educational field trips. You can be a part of this too!!! Just show up to the event and sign up at our M.E.Ch.A. booth.
You can buy tickets now, but don’t forget to print the receipt: