HOLA Ohio is a 501c 3 non-profit based in northeast Ohio that works to increase opportunities for Latino families, workers, and immigrants.

HOLA's 2nd Annual Cinco de Mayo celebration. May 4th Saturday, from 12pm to 10 pm, in the Painesville Town Square (Veteran's Park)

HOLA Ohio is a 501c 3 non-profit based in northeast Ohio that works to increase opportunities for Latino families, workers, and immigrants.

HOLA's 2nd Annual Cinco de Mayo celebration. May 4th and noon, in the Painesville Town Square (Veterans's Park)

HOLA Ohio is a 501c 3 non-profit based in northeast Ohio that works to increase opportunities for Latino families, workers, and immigrants.

HOLA's 2nd Annual Cinco de Mayo celebration. May 4th and noon, in the Painesville Town Square (Veterans's Park)

HOLA Ohio is a 501c 3 non-profit based in northeast Ohio that works to increase opportunities for Latino families, workers, and immigrants.

HOLA's 2nd Annual Cinco de Mayo celebration. May 4th Saturday, from 12pm to 10 pm, in the Painesville Town Square (Veteran's Park)

International Hall of Fame.

HOLA Ohio’s executive director Veronica Isabel Dahlberg will be inducted into the Cleveland International Hall of Fame on Tuesday, April 23, 2024.

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HOLA Ohio’s executive director Veronica Isabel Dahlberg will be inducted into the Cleveland International Hall of Fame on Tuesday, April 23, 2024.

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Pioneras en STEM, a program for Latina high school students, is a pilot project through May 9th to reduce the gap for Latinas in STEM fields. Call HOLA for more details at (440) 210-4222
RISE (Read in Summer in Excel) HOLA's free summer reading and activity program for children up through 6th grade, will accept registrations soon. Stay tuned for more info.

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HOLA Ohio is a Latino-serving Non-profit in Northeast Ohio

HOLA Ohio was founded in 1999 as a grassroots organization to assist and advocate for northeast Ohio's growing Hispanic community. Farmworkers from Mexico and Puerto Rico came to the area to work in horticultural nurseries and settled here with their families. On May 5, 2022, HOLA celebrated the grand opening of its new Hispanic Community Center, a $2.1 million project that rehabilitated a blighted structure in Painesville, a city that is now nearly one-third Hispanic. The center offers free programs and services to support the Latino community.