Hispanic ECS Fund
About the Hispanic ECS Fund
The Hispanic Educational, Cultural and Scholarship Fund (Hispanic ECS Fund), is a Missouri nonprofit corporation. It is a public benefit entity organized for charitable and educational purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
MISSION AND GOALS
Founded in 1998, the mission of the Hispanic ECS Fund is to work toward the achievement of better economic and social conditions of the Hispanic community through local and regional educational, cultural and scholarship programs. The Hispanic ECS Fund promotes understanding of the Hispanic culture and works to eliminate prejudice and discrimination among the general public concerning Hispanic minorities.
HISPANIC EDUCATIONAL, CULTURAL AND SCHOLARSHIP FUND
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
TREE-YEAR TERM EXPIRING 12/31/2021
Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc.
Wallach & Associates, P.C.
THREE-YEAR TERM EXPIRING 12/31/2022
University of Missouri – St. Louis
Holy Trinity Catholic School – St. Ann
Guillermo A. Rodriguez
THREE-YEAR TERM EXPIRING 12/31/2023
Isabel C. Acevedo Perez
Young Friends of Forest Park Forever
Donald Danforth Plant Science Center
Richard Middleton, IV
University of Missouri - St. Louis
President - Santiago Beltrán
Vice President - Alan Medina
Secretary - Guillermo A. Rodriguez
Treasurer - Sandra Arango-Caro