Amplifying Puerto Rican causes.
Integro Foundation is a philanthropic organization that connects Puerto Rican nonprofit organizations to the strategic resources they need to scale.
Integro amplifies the work of local causes and the people who lead them. Puerto Rico has over 15,000 active nonprofits, yet a small philanthropic community - Integro connects local causes and organizations to philanthropic and strategic resources.
Integro connects with local organizations to build innovative alliances that serve as catalysts for systemic change in their communities. By doing this, we aim to contribute to a Puerto Rico with self-managed communities.
HOW WE OPERATE
After a thorough vetting process, elegible nonprofits are welcomed to our network - meaning elegible for our invitation-only resources. Once an organization becomes part of our network, they'll get continued support from Integro.
Opportunities for local Puerto Rican nonprofits and grassroots projects.
Integro Foundation is focused on helping Puerto Rican nonprofits scale their work. To do this, we've established some funding priorities: capacity-building and ecosystem-building partnerships. Not focused on any particular issue, Integro funds organizations with an impact trajectory, effecting systemic change in their communities.
Every nonprofit has different needs - that's why we work together and with flexibility with our grantees to determine the use of funds for their grants. After a thorough vetting process and alignment assessment, nonprofits are invited to join Integro's network.
Alongside our partners, Integro facilitates funding for capacity building. That is, projects that help organizations become sustainable. The program subsidizes grant writing services to seek new funding opportunities, designing social entrepreneurship activities, and bringing new talent to their organizations, thus opening the door for new sources of income.
In Integro, we believe connections play a significant part in making an organization sustainable. More than identifying interested donors and funneling funds, or managing a collaboration between like-minded organizations, we provide the space for all parties to meet and connect. Once an organization is part of the Integro network, they are elegible for other special initiatives.
The Executive Team
Alejandro Silva Díaz Executive Director
Adriana Rivera Rivera Operations Officer
Public Relations Consultant
Adam Krim Development Director
Rexer Rivas Rivera Communications Officer
Board of Directors
Brock Pierce, Chairman
Crystal Rose, Vice Chair
Julia Whippo, Secretary
Miguel Vargas Jiménez, Treasurer
Terry Gross, Board Member
Mari Allende, Board Member
Pedro Ríos, Board Member
Eduardo Emmanuelli, Board Member
Transparency & Accountability
We know how important public trust is to any nonprofit's operations. That's why we are committed to sharing our financial and organizational information with prospective partners, donors and the general public.
100% programmatic donations
0% overhead costs
100% tax-deductible donations
MAKE YOUR DONATION GO FURTHER
Integro Foundation is tax-exempt under the 501(c)(3) and 1101.01(a)(2) exemptions. 100% of donations are directed to services for local nonprofits, and 0% are used for overhead costs.