Who we are

GALEO is a non-profit organization based in Atlanta, Georgia, founded in 2003. GALEO strives for a better Georgia where the Latinx community is engaged civically. GALEO contributions are involved in increasing civic participation of the Latinx community and developing prominent Latino leaders throughout Georgia while advocating for immigration reform and voting rights and at the same time upholding their core values of advocacy, inclusion, non-partisan, diversity, and responsiveness.


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Last Tuesday, we had the chance to engage with our community based in Lilburn and attend to their questions and feedback about “Puente para la gente,” the first survey in 20 years focused on taking the Latino pulse in Georgia.​
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GALEO proudly announces the winners of the 2023 Annual Cesar Chavez Essay Contest. We celebrate all the submissions that uplifted the work of farm workers. Alejandro Chavez, Deputy Director of GALEO & Chavez's grandson will be the keynote speaker for Cesar Chavez Day @Capitol.


Last week, we had our Latino Celebration at Riverwood Charter HS! More than 16 organizations got together to organize this event for Latino familias in Sandy Springs. We enjoyed connecting with the community and had a great time between music, dancing, and great food!

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