Central Valley Latino giving circle founders, from left, Yuliana Franco, Lazaro Salazar, Jose Antonio Ramirez, Maggie Navarro, Dora Westerlund, Angela Vega Hiyama, Tim Rios, Sandra Reyes Herrera Flores and Margarita Rocha want to raise $100,000 by April 2017 for Latino organizations trying to make a difference in the Valley.
Central Valley Latino giving circle founders, from left, Yuliana Franco, Lazaro Salazar, Jose Antonio Ramirez, Maggie Navarro, Dora Westerlund, Angela Vega Hiyama, Tim Rios, Sandra Reyes Herrera Flores and Margarita Rocha want to raise $100,000 by April 2017 for Latino organizations trying to make a difference in the Valley. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com
Central Valley Latino giving circle founders, from left, Yuliana Franco, Lazaro Salazar, Jose Antonio Ramirez, Maggie Navarro, Dora Westerlund, Angela Vega Hiyama, Tim Rios, Sandra Reyes Herrera Flores and Margarita Rocha want to raise $100,000 by April 2017 for Latino organizations trying to make a difference in the Valley. SILVIA FLORES sflores@fresnobee.com

Fresno Latino philanthropists creating a new culture of giving

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