GOP touts 5000 events at minority community centers.

Residents of Tampa, Florida, can take part in the Republican National Committee’s “Amigos Giving” meal as part of its outreach to the Hispanic community.

Amigos Giving is one of several holiday activities held in various RNC community centers around the nation as part of the party’s campaign to attract more minority voters, which started before the 2022 midterm elections.

The RNC is thrilled to have the centers hold activities that “bring people together and support those in need,” RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said in a statement to the Washington Examiner.

Republicans are congregating around the country to express gratitude for our families, our communities, and our wonderful country “added McDaniel. “The RNC is investing in communities and making an impact as part of a year-round effort to strengthen our party.

The RNC committee has inaugurated 38 community centers across multiple states since McDaniel was elected chairperson.

Other activities are taking place in black and Hispanic community centers in Phoenix, Bakersfield, Doral, Omaha, McAllen, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, and Milwaukee, among other cities.

In addition to phone banking for Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker ahead of the Georgia runoff, the centers will host Thanksgiving food drives, potlucks, volunteer appreciation dinners, Christmas present drives for underprivileged families, and Christmas parties. The Tampa Hispanic cultural center’s Amigos Giving will also broadcast World Cup soccer matches.

Black and Hispanic communities make up the majority of the GOP’s community centers, there are also five centers specifically for Asian and Pacific American voters, one for Native American voters in North Carolina, a Jewish community community center in Boca Raton, Florida, and a veterans community center in Virginia Beach, Virginia.