Philanthropy and Volunteering

Terence Latimer is a philanthropist and entrepreneur committed to uplifting the human spirit, particularly in underrepresented communities. Latimer's work individually and in conjunction with recognized community organizations has helped fund racial equity and educational reform initiatives, outdoor access and historic preservation efforts, as well as internships and career pipeline opportunities for African Americans and other marginalized groups.

Key areas of my work are centered around literacy to assist efforts around community development, public health, and navigating The Digital Divide. 

Los Angeles Food Policy Council

The Los Angeles Food Policy Council (LAFPC) works to ensure food is healthy, affordable, fair and sustainable for all.

UN Permanent Forum for People of African Descent

A consultative mechanism as a platform for improving the safety and quality of life and livelihoods of people of African descent

Love My Neighbor Foundation

Establishing a viable and respectable means for homeless individuals to receive the necessities of life as they regain their way back into society.

The Latimer Foundation

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