This week, we celebrate the 11th anniversary of the City’s Hispanic Office for Local Assistance (HOLA).
The HOLA office provides valuable information and referral services to residents and newcomers to Central Florida, connecting them with more than 140 government and community organizations to find jobs, housing, healthcare services, educational opportunities and other resources.
Since opening in 2004, the HOLA office has served nearly 200,000 citizens through in-person visits, calls and emails. Orlando is a diverse, multicultural community, and the office helps welcome newcomers to our City.
New partnerships are being planned that will allow the HOLA office to work with representatives from Latin American governments to better help new residents get acclimated to living in Orlando.
With our unmatched quality of life, Orlando is a community that attracts new residents from across the country and around the globe. The HOLA office is a wonderful resource, helping connect citizens to all that our City has to offer.
– Buddy Dyer, Mayor