Nuestras Raices Inc is a 501 C (3) nonprofit Hispanic/Latino community based cultural organization founded by Angelo Solera on February 19, 2019, in Baltimore City.
Our mission as an organization is to educate, promote, and preserve the richness and diversity of our art, culture, and artistic heritage in the Baltimore Metropolitan Region.
This photo was taken during our first monthly meeting of the Board of Directors. Participants include Carlos Crespo, Jesus Perez, David Rosario, Evelyn Rosario, Angelo Solera, Pedro Palomino, Alexa Gonzalez, Lucia Islas, Dinora Mendoza, and Denis de Montero.
To accomplish our goals we will be focusing on five important areas.
Conduct outreach through Baltimore city public schools to promote educational, cultural programs for Latino & non-Latino children.
Identify and recruit community cultural educators and artists to facilitate educational, cultural workshops.
Promote and sponsor art and cultural events, including festivals, parades, artistic and musical performances, workshops & conferences throughout the Baltimore Metropolitan Region.
Organize Fiesta Baltimore, an annual event including the Parade of Latin American Nations & cultural festival.
Conduct outreach to the Hispanic/Latino community to promote the organization, mission, programs, and services.
Develop a network of Latino cultural associations, organizations, artists to provide mentoring programs, professional and financial support.
Develop a network of partners & sponsors, including Latino & non-Latino small and large businesses, foundations, and corporations to acquire financial support.
Develop Nuestras Raices Inc as a brand name that will help us acquire financial support to accomplish our mission.
Identify and apply for cultural grants to businesses, government, foundations, and corporations.
Utilizes marketing tools and social media outlets to educate and promote “ Nuestras Raices Inc.” its mission, programs, and services.
Utilizes social media outlets to connect & promote Hispanic/ Latino cultural community events through the Baltimore metropolitan region.