Hispanics of Today and Tomorrow

A nonprofit organization established in 1998

The organization’s mission is to preserve the Hispanic Heritage for future generations, strengthen then bridges of communication and understanding among all diverse cultures, ensure Hispanics participation in the mainstream, and bridge the community and working together to help the Hispanic community.

2021 Dia De Los Muertos Poster

Dia de los Muertos

October 30, 2021, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM

The parade starts at 10:30 AM


Parade Application (deadline Oct 15th)

Booth Vendor Application (deadline Oct 15th)

2021 Dia de los Muertos Poster

With deep appreciation for our sponsors:

$1000  Sponsors:


$500  Sponsors:


$350 and $310 Sponsor


$250  Sponsors


$200  Sponsor:


$100  Sponsors:

Thomas Felts Photography
Pete Euler Insurance Agency Inc (State Farm)
The Liquor Store
Napa Auto Parts/Cline Auto Supply
Douglas Chiropractic
Coffelt Sign Company, Inc.
Modern Air
El Lorito
Stanley R. Ausemus, Chartered
Robert H. Stewart MD
Gravel City Roasters
Hannah Orthodontics
Flint Hills Community Health Center
Gerald Schumann Electric, Inc.
Angelita’s Fashion


Hispanics of Today & Tomorrow at work. . .

The organization established a Scholarship for graduating Hispanic seniors of Emporia High School. The organization has awarded $73,350 in scholarships in the last nineteen years. Money is raised with the help of our sponsors and Cinco candidates at our annual Fiesta in downtown Emporia. Our accomplishments would not be met without their support.

H.O.T.T. awards scholarships to Emporia High students at the annual Cinco de Mayo festival in May.

The organization’s goal is to contribute assistance for higher education.

Raices Hispanas Dance Group performs at various events.

In addition to raising money at the annual Fiesta, H.O.T.T. makes and sells authentic tacos at different events in Emporia and throughout Kansas. All proceeds go towards scholarships.


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