Nora Sandigo to be Honored by Mujeres De Esperanza at #NHPB2015

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This year, Nora Sandigo is being honored by Mujeres de Esperanza at the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast with the Certain Woman Award for her incredible display of compassion and advocacy for American children who have no one to turn to when their parents are deported.

Nora Sandigo is a blessed mother who acts with love and mercy, who translates her faith into action and never fails to share her heavenly blessings with those in need.

Honor the blessed mothers in your life this week, and honor Nora Sandigo at the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast this June in Washington, D.C.!

The National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast is Esperanza’s premier national event that brings together hundreds of Hispanic clergy and faith leaders to Washington D.C. for workshops, prayer, advocacy, and worship. During this time, we host distinguished guest speakers and musical artists, and our clergy leaders offer prayers on behalf of our nation, communities, and families.

Attendees have the opportunity to learn from experts and each other on various issues of importance to the Hispanic community; visit elected officials on Capitol Hill to discuss these issues; and connect with our political and corporate partners. The conference culminates on the morning of the third day with the signature Prayer Breakfast, which has historically featured the President of the United States as the keynote speaker.  This year we will once again invite President Barack Obama to join us along with members of his Cabinet, Congress, and other distinguished guests.

Join the Hispanic faith community as we “Answer the Call as One Body.” Although we come from different backgrounds and our roots are planted all over the country, we can come together to answer God’s call to ministry and strengthen one another to produce a greater impact for our congregations. Each person in our diverse community has a unique set of gifts and talents, and we need them all to be as effective as we can be.

Visit our event website to get more information and register to become a part of the body of believers who will bring their gifts to Washington, D.C. on June 16-18.


Esperanza means hope. Supporting the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast means turning hope into reality for Hispanics across America. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this event, contact our development department at development@esperanza.us.