Giving the gift of CATALINA magazine this season helps CHCI develop the...

Giving the gift of CATALINA magazine this season helps CHCI develop the next generation of Latino leaders



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New York, N.Y.—(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–December 16, 2003–The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI), the nation’s leading Hispanic educational organization, announced an innovative holiday partnership with CATALINA magazine, a national publication for the mind, body and soul of today’s Latina, that will benefit the Institute’s nationally-recognized leadership development programs.

With every $10 gift subscription to CATALINA, the publication will donate the entire amount to CHCI’s congressional internship, public policy fellowship and scholarship awards. Visit http://www.chci.org and click on the pop-up announcement to be directed to CATALINA’s special CHCI subscription page.

“The holiday season is about giving, and CATALINA is proud to give to CHCI and help young Latinos achieve their dreams,” said Cathy Areu, publisher of CATALINA.

“CHCI is proud to partner with CATALINA magazine in this unique and innovative venture,” said Ingrid M. Duran, CHCI President and CEO. “This fundraiser is a generous partnership that has the potential of truly making an impact on CHCI’s programs:”

About CATALINA

CATALINA magazine is a minority-certified, woman-owned publication with offices in New York, Washington, D.C., Chicago, and Miami. Founded in 2001, CATALINA is a national lifestyle magazine written for “the mind, body, and soul of today’s Latina.” Nationwide distribution in 2004 of 100,000 includes select airlines, newsstands, bookstores, Wal-Mart stores, Wild Oats Markets, and Whole Foods Markets. CATALINA was named the #1 “Most Searched Hispanic Media Outlet” by MediaMap. (Media giant Univision came in at #2; Telemundo at #7.) To find out more about CATALINA, visit http://www.catalinamagazine.com.

About CHCI

CHCI, a non-profit and non-partisan 501(c)(3) organization, provides educational programs for Hispanic college and postgraduate students. The CHCI Board of Directors is comprised of Hispanic Members of Congress, non-profit leaders, and corporate executives. For more information on CHCI, call 1-800-EXCEL DC or visit http://www.chci.org.

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CONTACT:

Rolando Rodriguez

(202) 543-1771 ext. 242

Giving the gift of CATALINA magazine this season helps CHCI develop the next generation of Latino leaders