The Latest HA Updates

HHS Awards $1.5M to Advance Equity in Public Health

A strategic partnership between three non-profit organizations and two universities has received a grant award of $1.5 million dollars from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) through the Office of Minority Health (OMH). The collaboration, named the Equity in Public Health Initiative (EPHI), aims to improve the health of Black and Hispanic individuals living in Greenville County by addressing policies and practices that contribute to structural racism and perpetuate health inequities.

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2021: A Landmark Year

After a grueling year in 2020 addressing the critical needs in our community surrounding the pandemic, the Hispanic Alliance, like all of us, hoped things would get back to a sense of “normal”.

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A United Community

The Hispanic Alliance began as a grassroots organization of collective volunteer endeavor. In 2021, volunteers remain the center of our community, driving the upstate forward to a bright & inclusive future.

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A Shared Experience in the Arts

Hispanic Alliance is proud to have fostered an inclusive community dialogue about our own transformation as people and as a community by showcasing the art of a world-renowned Mexican artist in the heart of Downtown Greenville.

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A Shining Example of Arts in Action

On September 27, Hispanic Alliance hosted a closing ceremony for Wings of the City. Many community leaders and elected officials were in attendance, including Russell Stall, a member of the Greenville City Council and the Hispanic Alliance Board of Directors.

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The HA Network of Service

As the pandemic continued, our community teams evolved to serve the Hispanic community however they needed it most. A number of our programs were able to return to in-person, while selected programs remained online to prioritize safety as the pandemic continued.

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