NALFO - National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations
National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations

NALFO exists to unite and empower its Latino organizations and their communities through advocacy, cultural awareness, and organizational development while fostering positive inter-fraternal relationships and collaborating on issues of mutual interest.

http://nalfo.org/

NALFO National Service Day

The NALFO National Day of Service – UP Initiative, United with Purpose – Unidos con Proposito, was inaugurated on November 10, 2012. Since then it continues to be celebrated on the hosted on the first Saturday of November. The primary focus of the UP initiative is to promote community awareness in one of five project focus areas, including: Cultural Awareness and Identity, Education, Health and Fitness, Political Action, Labor and Workforce. The project coordinators for this initiative are members of the affiliated organizations and facilitate projects in different cities along with selfless volunteers. Lambda Theta Nu Sorority, Inc. actively participates in this initiative and continuously encourages its members and chapters to lead and volunteer.

A Founding Member of NALFO
NALFO CrestLambda Theta Nu Sorority, Inc. is a founding member of the National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO) and our sister, Jennifer Olguin served at its first elected President. Currently, our National Chair, Anaka Rivera, serves as Commissioner of Finance.

NALFO is an umbrella council for 17 Latino Greek Letter Organizations established in 1998. The purpose of NALFO is to promote and foster positive interfraternal relations, communication, and development of all Latino fraternal organizations through mutual respect, leadership, honesty, professionalism and education.

Established in 1998, the National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations, set out to become the uniting force for Latin-based fraternities and sororities. Latino organizations had developed in different parts of the United States in their early years, and this created difficulties for the organizations to find information on their peer groups in an effort to come together. As a result, two different umbrella organizations evolved, the ConcÌlio Nacional de Hermandades Latinas, which primarily consisted of fraternities and sororities on the east coast, and NALFO which primarily consisted of fraternities and sororities that originated on the west coast. In the winter of 2001 the two groups merged under the NALFO name and made history in developing one umbrella organization for all Latin-based fraternities and sororities.