Human Needs Hero Reception 2017

The Coalition on Human Needs invites you to the

14th Annual Human Needs Hero Reception


UnidosUS &

National Immigration Law Center

Tuesday, July 25th 2017, 5:30-7:30 PM

Bread for the World, 425 3rd St SW Suite 1200, Washington, DC 20024

Please join us in honoring these amazing progressive leaders!

UnidosUS (formerly known as National Council of La Raza):
As the largest national Hispanic civil rights and advocacy organization in the United States, the UnidosUS works to build a stronger America by creating opportunities for Latinos. Since its founding in 1968, UnidosUS has worked to promote the economic advancement of Latinos and to protect their civil rights.  They have played a leadership role in building opportunity through education, tax credits for working families, housing, access to health care and other benefits, and defending the rights of immigrants. Through its network of nearly 300 affiliated organizations in 37 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia, UnidosUS reaches millions of Hispanics each year. They played a key role in successfully advocating for legal status for young immigrants who entered this country illegally (the “Dreamers”), has worked to improve conditions for poultry and agricultural workers, and is fighting for immigration reform.

National Immigration Law Center:

NILC is a leading organization in the US exclusively dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of low-income immigrants. For the past 38 years, NILC has won landmark legal decisions protecting fundamental rights, thwarted regulations that would have resulted in millions of workers losing their jobs, and advanced policies that reinforce and promote equality, opportunity, and justice. Advocates across the country rely on NILC’s work to provide them with the tools and information they need to shape their own advocacy efforts. This year NILC has remained vigilant against any attempts to violate the constitution by limiting the civil rights of immigrants. Their skilled and tireless advocacy has made them invaluable in the protection of our vulnerable neighbors.

Join in the celebration and support!     

Sponsorship Levels (Including ad space in the program):

Human Rights Champion               $3,000             [inside cover or two-page spread]
American Dream Defender             $1,500             [full page- 7.5” vertical x 4.5” horizontal]
Advocate for Justice                       $1,000             [half page- 3.7” vertical x 4.5” horizontal]
Unity Leader                                     $500               [quarter page- 3.7” vertical x 2.25” horizontal]

Individual ticket plus two lines in the program: $100
Two lines in the program for those unable to attend: $75
Individual ticket: $60
Interns, Fellows: $25

Sponsors may bring guests: Human Rights Champions and American Dream Defenders may receive 20 tickets; Advocates for Peace: 10 tickets; Unity Leaders: 5 tickets. Because this event is a great opportunity to bring the human needs community together, we encourage sponsors to bring interns and new staff as well as experienced advocates who have shared much of CHN’s history.

Deadline: Please submit electronic copies of program ads to Katherine Hartlage, at, by Friday, July 21st. Please feel free to contact Katherine by email or phone (202-223-2532 ext. 112) with any questions regarding sponsorship.

If your donation allows for ad space, please send text and/or images on a separate page (or if responding by email, as an attachment).

Please make your tax-deductible contribution payable to the Coalition on Human Needs, and mail payments with this form to the Coalition on Human Needs, Attn: Katherine Hartlage, 1120 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 312, Washington, DC 20036 (Be sure to include this form with your check).

Or, submit payment online using our online payment form. Please be sure to include your organization name, and kindly send a confirmatory email to Katherine at indicating that you have submitted payment through the online form. Please also mail or email this form to CHN.