Hispanic Business Professional Association partners with local churches and community group to serve Latinx Community
The Hispanic Business Professional Association (HBPA) received a $15,000 grant to help coordinate food distribution among churches and community groups working with the Latinx community.
“We provided a total of 150 boxes of food to families in need last weekend,” said Isabel Mazcot, HBPA President. As a leading Latinx organization, HBPA worked with multiple partners to build the food distribution program and will host two additional sites for families in Spokane.
HBPA’s mission is to promote and serve Hispanic/Latino cultural, business, professional and educational interests in the Inland Northwest.
"On behalf of HBPA, thank you for the support that was extended to our communities. It was very much needed," said Mazcot.
To learn more about HPBA, watch the video below that highlights how the organization gives back to their community.