Latin Fever Ball is one of Atlanta’s most festive and anticipated black-tie galas. Celebrated during Hispanic Heritage Month, the one-of-a-kind ball, now in its 28th year, is our largest annual fundraiser. Funds raised directly support programs and services that carry out our mission to empower Latinos to achieve their educational, social and economic aspirations. Participation in Latin Fever Ball either as a sponsor, auction donor or guest makes a significant impact in the lives of Latinos in Georgia by funding programs that promote youth academic achievement, offer affordable legal immigration assistance and serve families facing urgent needs, among others.


Latin Fever Ball is at heart a fun party featuring a three-course dinner, hosted bar, signature libations and dancing to the tunes of a live Latin orchestra, as well as silent and live auctions where guests can bid on unique experiences such as epicurean dinners and luxury travel packages. Latin Fever Ball attracts 600 guests that include civic and business leaders.




Join us for the 28th Annual Latin Fever Ball

Saturday, October 14, 2017, 7:00 p.m.

InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta
3315 Peachtree Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30326
Click here for a Latin Fever Ball fact sheet.

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Rey and Genie Pascual are this year’s Latin Fever Ball chairs.

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 Latin Fever Guild

Every year, a group of dedicated volunteers works diligently for months to organize Latin Fever Ball and ensure its success. Latin Fever Guild members are active in a variety of community and corporate circles and are committed to the ball’s financial success. The guild organizes and coordinates, along with our Resource Development staff, every detail big and small, fromsecuring sponsorships and donations and selecting the entertainment to making flower arrangements and tasting the menu.

Presenting the 2016 Latin Fever Guild

Patty Webb (Chair), Tony Angelini, Adriana Arboleda Lowery, Dana Bentata, Lois Beserra, Reinaldo Carrión, Vivian Cook, Enrique Dorta, Alessandra Eichhorn, Aida Flamm, Antonio Garza, Alicia González Iglesias, Carmen Iris González, Luis González, Angélica Guevara Young, Anna Jiménez, Yesim Ozbarlas, Marlem Rios, Vic Sánchez, Semira Safarkhani, Danny Taveras, Annie-York Trujillo, Augusto Michael Trujillo