On August 30, 2022, the National Hispanic Health Foundation (NHHF) and their partner, the Rockefeller Foundation, announced a partnership with the Latina Publishers Association (LPA) in a joint project, “Hispanic Physicians Building Community through COVID-19 Vaccine Awareness and Equity.”
“The partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation and NHMA enables us to build capacity with Latina and Hispanic-owned publishers to produce content intended to inform and educate readers on matters of health and wellbeing. We must act collaboratively to ensure that our readers, who are among the most vulnerable to the pandemic, have access to unbiased, factual information on the vaccines,” stated Fanny Miller, Founder and President of LPA.
The NHFF-LPA community action project will help bring awareness of the COVID-19 Vaccine to readers in the markets of Oakland, CA, Houston, TX, and Chicago, IL. LPA will continue to prioritize helping these communities stay informed while adhering to the industry’s highest level of professional standards.
LPA looks forward to its partnership with NHHF, and the organization expresses our sincere gratitude to Dr. Elena Rios and her team for their commitment to our mission.
About Latina Publishers Association (LPA)
The Latina Publishers Association (LPA) is a 501(c3) non-profit professional association for Latina and other minority-owned publishing companies whose primary business is developing and producing trusted editorial and journalistic products. For more information, visit https://www.latinapublishers.org/.
About National Hispanic Health Foundation (NHHF)
The National Hispanic Health Foundation (NHHF) (501c3) was established in 1994 in Washington, DC, as the philanthropic arm of the National Hispanic Medical Association (NHMA). The mission of the Foundation is to support educational and research activities to improve the health of Hispanics. For more information, visit https://www.nhmafoundation.org/.