Hispanic Heritage Council of Western New York

NEW! Your contribution towards the Casimiro D. Rodriguez Sr. Legacy Fund means supporting the vision and longevity of the Hispanic Heritage Cultural Institute that will provide a welcoming space for the entire community to meet, learn and rejoice.


On First Day of Hispanic Heritage Month, Governor Hochul Breaks Ground on $30 Million Hispanic Heritage Cultural Institute

Hispanic Heritage Council breaks ground for the $30 million cultural institute

Mayor Byron Brown present for the Ground Breaking Ceremony! (Click for his official FB Live video)




The annual operations, programs, and activities of the Hispanic Heritage Council of Western New York, Inc. are made possible, in part, through the generous support and public funds of the County of Erie and City of Buffalo.

Thank You / Muchas Gracias!

HHC received the 'Highmark Community Hero' Award (Sept 15, 2023)


Sponsors

Goya Cares First Niagara Cancer Care of WNY Fidelis Care Great Lakes Health System Native Pride Seneca Nation People Inc. National Grid Venture Forth Western New York Urology Associates Wegmans NFTA GEICO Evans Bank LaUltimaHora Panorama News Buffalo & Erie County Public Libraries GOYA Bank on Buffalo Project Flight HEP Barclay & Damon, LLC ECMC Independent Health Foundation Home Depot UHC Buffalo Teachers Federation Kaleida Helath Roswell Park Comprehensice Cancer Center Buffalo Toronto Public Media ConnectLife KeyBank M&T Bank

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Human Trafficking Awareness

"At the center of Goya Cares is a heart, and our heart reaches out to these victims of child trafficking and children who are suffering from mental illness so that they may have hope to live in a world where their life is valued, their freedom is a reality and their mind is at peace. They need to be reminded that they are precious gifts from God." - Bob Unanue, President and CEO of Goya Foods


Events Calendar

Events Calendar

until Hispanic Heritage Month

Selection of Hispanic Traditional Music:

"Capullito de Aleli" by Rafael Hernandez