Everyday Givers

Black-led Giving Circles have inspired a movement and define what it means to democratize philanthropy

Celebrating 8 Years of Black Philanthropy

Eight years ago, my friend Tracey Webb (left) created something amazing and truly unique in BlackGivesBack.com.  Today she shared her farewell message for the blog. I salute Tracey for her dedication! She showcased a reality in philanthropy that many  never knew existed. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to contribute to her great work…

Black Philanthropy Month: A Season of Change

Black Philanthropy Month 2015 is a multimedia campaign to inform, inspire and invest in Black philanthropic leadership. Entering its fifth year of observance, it is part of an unprecedented coordinated initiative to strengthen African-American and African-descent giving in all its forms. High-impact events, media stories, service projects and giving opportunities compose the annual campaign, which kicked off…

‘Of Dreams and Mountaintops’: Celebrating Black Philanthropy Month

  Visit the Bolder Advocacy blog to read my guest post for Black Philanthropy Month.  As we approach the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, we can honor the legacy of our great civil rights architects by continuing their tradition of social justice philanthropy.

Black Philanthropy Month

August is Black Philanthropy Month. Created by the African Women’s Development Fund USA (AWDF USA) in August 2011, it is an annual global celebration of African-descent giving. Learn more and get connected: Twitter: @blkgivesback #BPM2013 Facebook.com/BlackPhilanthropyMonth