Kern Community Town Hall, Mon. 2/24, 5:30pm

Dolores Huerta Foundation has partnered with local organizations in Kern County to host a Community Town Hall focusing on Kern County's needs for the Homeless,  Protecting the Vulnerable and Reshaping Public Safety Monday, February 24th5:30 PM  - 7:30 PMMill Creek...

Dolores Huerta Day Curriculum

1st Grade Lesson by Wendy GreenfieldDownload 2nd GradeDownload 3rd Grade by Alison StrootDownload 4th Grade by Susan SeyanDownload Dolores-Huerta 3rd 4th Grade VocabularyDownload 5th - 6th GradeDownload 7th - 8th Grade Standards CompilationDownload 7th - 8th Grade...

End Child Poverty CA Los Angeles Launch with Dolores Huerta, Fri. 2/21/20, 10 am

Come celebrate 2019's big End Child Poverty California wins, and help us get the rest of the plan passed in 2020! Our families work hard every day. The time to end extreme child poverty is NOW. #EndChildPovertyCA Join civil rights leader Dolores Huerta, Senator Holly...

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“Inspiring and organizing communities to build volunteer organizations empowered to pursue social justice.”

The Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) is a 501 (c)(3) community benefit organization that organizes at the grassroots level, engaging and developing natural leaders. DHF creates leadership opportunities for community organizing, leadership development, civic engagement, and policy advocacy.

DHF is a direct action organization and hands-on training center for community organizing, leadership development, and policy advocacy. Several of our projects are in agricultural communities of California’s Central Valley including Arvin, Lamont, Weedpatch, Lost Hills, Lindsay, Woodlake, and Cutler-Orosi.

Please consider supporting this important work with a generous monthly donation. We take pride in the fact that we do not accept corporate donations. We rely on the contributions of donors like you.

DHF in the News

News: Chavez, Huerta statues installed in downtown Napa

News: Chavez, Huerta statues installed in downtown Napa

Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta – in bronzed and larger-than-life form – now look out over residents and visitors in downtown Napa. The 9-foot-tall statues of the pioneering farm worker rights activists were installed early Wednesday morning in a niche above the entry...