We are very happy that you are here and we are ready
to help. We are all a part of the community but here,
we are all family.
Ways to Help
You Can Make A Difference
Contribute Your Time
Volunteering with El Centro is a fulfilling way to give back.
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Ninety cents of every dollar goes to our school, programs and services.
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At El Centro, we are building an educated, healthy, financially empowered and engaged Latino community.
What we do
Pre-School to 6th Grade Education
Helping Latino children develop a strong foundation for life-long learning.
Enabling Latinos to lead healthier lives through community health care and health literacy resources.
Helping Latinos experience increased knowledge and wealth by building financial assets & effectively managing their financial resources.
Latinos affect positive change in our communities by becoming informed, civically engaged, and participating in elections & policy initiatives.
We Need Volunteers
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$45 for 45th
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El Centro is Hiring: President and Chief Executive Officer
Title: President and Chief Executive Officer Direct Reports Include: Chief Operating Officer and Chief Program Officer Reports to: Board of Directors Position Posted: March 2023 Goals and Objectives: The following goals and objectives have been identified as...
El Centro, Inc. Announces CEO Transition
El Centro, a not-for-profit corporation whose mission is strengthening communities and improving lives of Latinos and others through educational, social, and economic opportunities, announced today that Irene Caudillo has decided to step down as CEO, effective July 1....
El Centro, Inc. and Affiliates Health Partnership Clinic, El Centro of Topeka, and Genesis Family Health Participate in a Second Year of “PODER en SALUD”
With the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the disparities and problems the Latino communities face were highlighted and, in many cases, exacerbated. Unemployment challenges, lack of access to testing and vaccines, disproportionate number of cases and deaths; the list goes...