$266 million lottery winners give millions to Hispanic youth

What would you do with $266 million? That was the big question for Jacki and Gilbert Cisneros when they won the then-record breaking Mega Millions jackpot in 2010. After splurging on a new house and trip to Hawaii, the Cisneros’ decided to use $20 million to create the Gilbert and Jacki Cisneros Foundation, which gives grants and scholarships to promote Hispanic education. The couple wants to help as many Hispanic youth go to college as possible. The Cisneros’ spoke with NBC News about giving back and what it means to them.

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