For Spanish-speaking Latino immigrants, it teaches them about how to parent biculturally and how to maintain their culture while promoting their children’s success in U.S. society. It also provides them with a support network that mimics the extended family networks they left behind in the home countries. Childcare providers and volunteer college students provide activities for cultural enrichment and maintenance. The project serves as a way to increase an understanding of Latino families in the Midwest. Project members are currently producing research articles on this topic. Empowerment of immigrants to determine the right pathway for themselves in being bicultural, social support networks for new immigrants, and community development.