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Latinos have a lot to offer when it comes to culture and trends. Latino Edge Magazine is an online magazine devoted to examining the issues affecting the Hispanic community. Through our virtual platform, we can freely exchange ideas and share aspirations to inspire our fellow Latinos in California and worldwide. Contact us to learn more about our offerings or subscribe to our magazine today!

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With major life changes and challenges caused by COVID-19, our publication is determined to share positive stories from our community. 

If you have a story to share send it to [email protected] today!

Free COVID-19 Testing in LA County

For a list of centers in your area visit LA COUNTY.

The centers will ask about your current state of health and determine if you need to schedule an appointment for a drive up test.

California Launches Relief Fund for Undocumented Residents

A $75 million  fund has been created through a partnership between the State of California and several major California nonprofits that launches Monday, May 18.

The COVID-19 Relief Assistance Fund for Immigrants will provide a one-time benefit payment of between $500 and $1,000 per adult individual who is undocumented and unable to receive federal financial assistance and can prove they have a financial hardship caused by the coronavirus crisis.

The program will run through June 30 or until all funds have been exhausted.

For more information visit IMMIGRANTS

Food Center Gets a Boost

A Santa Fe Springs-based business has contributed $5,000 to help families in need struggling with fallout from the current coronavirus crisis.

Phibro-Tech gave the donation to Interfaith Food Center also in Santa Fe Springs. Interfaith Food Center is one of the largest food pantries in California, serving between 900 -1,200 households on a weekly

basis from a 6,800 square foot warehouse/distribution facility equipped with commercial refrigerators, freezers and walkin cooler to properly maintain food donations.

IFC's Executive Director Verónica G. Castro said  that growing demand for services means a greater need for contributions. 

“We are grateful for the donation from Phibro-Tech and look forward to a long-lasting relationship to help support the

community in times of need.”