Aug
21
6:00 PM18:00

WASHINGTON, DC: Thelma D. Jones Breast Cancer Fund Celebrates Black Philanthropy Month

Philanthropist Reginald Van Lee, an Arts Advocate and retired Booz Allen Hamilton Executive Vice President, will be the guest speaker at the Thelma D. Jones Breast Cancer Fund Support Group Meeting in celebration of Black Philanthropy Month on Wednesday, August 21, at 6 pm at St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church, 555 Water Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024.

A MIT and Harvard graduate, he will talk about his connections to breast cancer and cancer in general, as well as the broader insight he has garnered about the disease in his personal, professional, and philanthropic circles. Also, Tracey Webb, Founder, Black Benefactors, TDJBCF Board Member and one of the leading architects behind Black Philanthropy Month will co-sponsor the celebration and provide greetings. It is the third consecutive year that Black Benefactors has co-sponsored the TDJBCF Black Philanthropy Month Celebration. Inspirational music will be provided by Regina Blye aka “The Hostess with the Mostess.” Please RSVP by midnight Monday, August 19b at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/thelma-d-jones-breast-cancer-fund-support-group-august-2019-tickets-68643184613. For questions regarding the celebration, please email thelma@tdjbreastcancerfund.org or call (202) 251-1639.

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Aug
21
6:00 PM18:00

CHATTANOOGA, TN: Giving Black - An Evening with Valaida Fullwood

The Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga, Sankofa Fund for Civic Engagement, and the Association of Fundraising Professionals invite you to an evening with Valaida Fullwood.

Fullwood, the award winning author of "Giving Black" is joining us to commemorate Black Philanthropy Month 2019 with an intimate reception, talk, and panel discussion about the history and importance of African American philanthropy. The evening will feature local African American philanthropists and causes.

RSVP: https://z-m-www.facebook.com/events/370420723639854/

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Aug
22
5:00 PM17:00

CLEVELAND: Building Black Political Power Through Black Giving

Building Black Political Power through Black Giving will be an engaging, high-energy community conversation focused on building and strengthening the leadership of black led organizations/movements centered around building black political power. We’re convening national experts and local organizations to highlight the importance and significance of the black vote/political leadership. The panelists will explore movement building, infrastructure development, approaches to resourcing social change and bring into focus the high stakes.

5:00-6:00 – Networking | 6:00-7:30 – Panel Discussion

Speakers & Guests: Stephanie James & Quentin James (Collective Pac), Daniel Sydnor (NAACP), Erica Anthony (Cleveland Votes & NPI), and Brother Jeff Johnson.

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/building-black-political-power-through-black-giving-tickets-68032734741

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HOUSTON, TX: Black Philanthropy Month Event
Aug
22
6:00 PM18:00

HOUSTON, TX: Black Philanthropy Month Event

Community Investment Network will host a pre-conference event in celebration of Black Philanthropy Month on August 22, 2019 at the Emancipation Park Conservatory in Houston, Texas, where they will connect, converse and celebrate giving.

LOCATION: Emancipation Park Community Center, 3018 Emancipation Avenue, Houston.

Contact Colette Lewis at Colette.lewis@thecommunityinvestment.org for details.

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COLUMBIA, SC: Black Entrepreneur Survival Summit
Aug
23
6:00 PM18:00

COLUMBIA, SC: Black Entrepreneur Survival Summit

The Black Entrepreneur Survival Summit (B.E.S.S.) is presented by COLA Gives, South Carolina’s first African American giving circle in celebration of Black Philanthropy Month. The FREE summit will help current and emerging entrepreneurs learn more about how to get started, develop a viable business plan, manage legal requirements, identify funding resources, and apply creative marketing and networking techniques.

Among the knowledgeable and resourceful individuals participating in this workshop will be Ms Cheryl Salley, Black Business Development Manager for South Carolina Small Business Development Centers; Ms Melissa Lindler, Director, Office of Business Opportunity with the City of Columbia, and Mr. James Chatfield, Chief Lending Officer, South Carolina Community Loan Fund.

The Black Entrepreneur Survival Summit is made possible by the generous contributions of: Central Carolina Community Foundations, Historic Columbia, Midlands Technical College and consultation of DeAnna Bookert -The Bookert Agency, Renee Coletrain - Midlands Tech, and Michael Bailey-The Minority Eye and other partners.

For more information and to register, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-entrepreneur-survival-summit-tickets-65367452811

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Aug
27
2:00 PM14:00

NEW YORK CITY: Philanthropy Unbound Presents Re-Imagining Philanthropy

In observance of Black Philanthropy Month, Philanthropy Unbound will bring together leaders and doers to reimagine philanthropy and make history in supporting and uplifting Black communities. The theme: “How Philanthropy Can Impact Black Communities in Unexpected Ways.” The guest speaker is Nicholas Turner, President and Director, Vera Institute of Justice.

LOCATION: Teach for America, 25 Broadway, New York, NY

RSVP: https://philanthropyunbound-blackphilanthropymonth.eventbrite.com/

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Aug
27
6:00 PM18:00

BROOKLYN, NY: Celebrating Black Philanthropy Month with the Brooklyn Community Foundation

This year, the Brooklyn Community Foundation is making a concerted effort to engage emerging Black philanthropists, and they’re kicking off this effort in alignment with Black Philanthropy Month’s August 2019 theme “Let’s Make History” with an event on August 27th.

The Foundation will host an intimate panel discussion with some of their nonprofit grantees alongside local activists and community members to discuss the current state of Black affairs in Brooklyn. Together, they will identify issue areas that feel most critical to the Black community at this moment in time. Through this dialogue, the goal will be to position the Foundation as a resource and thought partner in manifesting change.

LOCATION: BARATARIA GALLERY, 880 Atlantic AveNUE, Brooklyn, NY 11238

This is a private event. RSVP with Damaris at DDias@BCFNY.org. https://www.brooklyncommunityfoundation.org.

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Aug
27
6:30 PM18:30

MEMPHIS: Talk About It Tuesday - 400 Years of Resilience

The Withers Collection is delighted to team with ASALH and the Afro American Genealogical Society to recall the 400 Years of trials and to celebrate the triumphs of African Americans in the U.S. on August 27, 2019 at Talk About It Tuesday.

Panelists include: Dr. Andre Johnson, Professor of Rhetoric at the University of Memphis; Ms. Teresa Mays, President of the Afro American Genealogical Society; and Mr. John Ashworth, Executive Director of the Memphis Lynching Sites Project (LSP).

More information and to RSVP: https://www.thewitherscollection.com/events/talk-about-it-tuesday-400-years-of-resilience

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GIVING BLACK DAY 2019
Aug
28
8:00 AM08:00

GIVING BLACK DAY 2019

The Young, Black & Giving Back Institute hosts the second annual Giving Black Day 2019. This initiative aims to promote financial support for Black-led and Black-benefiting organizations. Organizations can register to participate at https://givingblackday.mightycause.com/giving-events/gbd19 and sign up for an upcoming webinar to learn more on July 19 or August 7th. More information can be found here.

 

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Aug
28
4:00 PM16:00

RICHMOND, VA: A Celebration of Black Philanthropy 2019

Join the Community Foundation, SisterFund and Ujima Legacy Fund for a special celebration of Black Philanthropy Month 2019. Enjoy light food and beverage as you learn more about the history of black giving locally and around the world. A panel of Black philanthropists will share stories about unique paths to leadership in developing and implementing their respective family’s philanthropy.

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/celebration-of-black-philanthropy-2019-tickets-66934257165

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FORT WORTH, TX: Women In Power Empowering Wine Mixer
Aug
29
6:00 PM18:00

FORT WORTH, TX: Women In Power Empowering Wine Mixer

Join the women of Women In Power Empowering for a wine mixer to learn more about their work and how to get involved.

Women In Power Empowering, a philanthropic group for African American women, aims to create opportunities for women to overcome obstacles by providing financial awards, mentoring, and support.

LOCATION: The Usual, 1408 W. Magnolia Avenue, Fort Worth TX

For more information, contact womeninpowerempowering@gmail.com and visit empoweringwomendfw.org.

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Aug
21
11:30 AM11:30

CHARLOTTE, NC: African American Community Foundation 25th Anniversary

Hosted by AACF Founding Members Jeanne Brayboy, Dr. John Crawford, Harvey B. Gantt and Mayor Vi Lyles.

Keynote speaker Congresswoman Alma S. Adams, Ph.D. will discuss the importance of African American philanthropic giving.

Location: Foundation For The Carolinas, 220 N. Tryon Street, Charlotte NC 28202

Attendance is complimentary.

RSVP by August 12.

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Aug
20
7:00 PM19:00

COLUMBIA, SC: Kemetic Yoga - A Black Philanthropy Month Workshop

Women Engaged will honor the past while promoting new forms of self and communal connectedness through the practice of Kemetic (ancient Egyptian) yoga.

Kemetic Yoga was developed by studying, translating, and interpreting the hieroglyphic texts of Kemet (ancient Egypt) and the images of Yogic postures that are pictured on the walls of the Kemetic temples. Benefits of Kemetic Yoga improved oxygen supply to vital body systems and decreased stress levels.

Instructor Wendellyn Ladapo of Blue Oasis Yoga will guide participants of all abilities through a peaceful and fun experience. Let's Make History by practicing self-renewal while connecting with others for the common good. #GiveBack #HeartBodySoul #ColumbiaSC

Visit www.wegivesc.org for additional details.

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Aug
20
6:00 PM18:00

NYC: Black Philanthropy Month Celebration

Join George Suttles and Cynthia Reddrick as they host an evening of conversation to help celebrate Black Philanthropy Month.

George Suttles, Director of Research, Commonfund Institute, will moderate a dynamic panel of leaders representing an array of organizations and sub-sectors, from nonprofit management to philanthropy, to offer their unique perspectives and discuss the challenges facing Black nonprofit leaders and the opportunities to support each other in their work to advance Black communities. Join them and their colleagues as they engage in these questions and others, in search of actionable steps.

Panelists include:

Kemi Ilesanmi, Executive Director, Laundromat Project

Melissa Madzel, Managing Director, Koya Leadership Partners

David McGoy, Development Director, Bottom Line

Tia Hodges, Senior Program Officer, Citi Foundation

Lakimja Mattocks, Associate Director of Strategic Partnerships and Learning, Support Center

Roman Jackson, Program Officer, J.P. Morgan Private Bank

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-philanthropy-month-celebration-tickets-67934210051

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Aug
20
12:00 PM12:00

WEBINAR: Giving Circles at Black Alumni Associations

The Black Alumni Summit presents a webinar on giving circles at Black alumni associations and groups for Black Philanthropy Month.

The featured speaker is Joy Webb of the Circle of Joy giving circle in Atlanta, GA. Joy is a graduate of Florida A & M University with a BS in Graphic Design and she received her MBA from University of Phoenix. Most of her professional career has been spent marketing for fortune 500 companies. The blending of her creative education and her corporate experience allows Joy to establish synergy by connecting the common dots.

For more information and to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-alumni-summit-webinar-giving-circles-at-our-black-alumni-associations-and-groups-tickets-64173478602

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Aug
13
12:00 PM12:00

WEBINAR: Fundraising for Annual Fund, Major Gifts, and Endowed Funds

The Black Alumni Summit presents a webinar on Fundraising for Annual Fund, Major Gifts, and Endowed Funds for Black Philanthropy Month.

Tycely Williams, CFRE has inspired individuals and institutions to invest more than $85 million dollars in charitable causes. Currently, she serves as vice president of development for YWCA USA. Over the past 20 years, Tycely advanced philanthropy at the American Red Cross, YMCA of Metropolitan Washington and four human services organizations. Tycely first joined the Black Alumni Summit for their 2019 Conference in Atlanta, GA, and she will reconnect with them for this informative webinar on three major ways to raise funds.

Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-alumni-summit-webinar-philanthropy-fundraising-tickets-64172292053

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NYC: Black Women In Philanthropy
Aug
7
9:00 AM09:00

NYC: Black Women In Philanthropy

Join Moore Philanthropy in celebrating Black Philanthropy Month 2019 as they seek to explore and share Black women’s influence in and upon philanthropy around the world, especially Black women leaders who have chosen to intentionally leverage their wealth, influence and/or privilege for the greater good. Panelists will share more about their personal path and leadership in shaping their family's legacy in philanthropy. 

Additionally, Melanie Brown of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, a Fellow at the Inequalities Institute at the London School of Economics, will share about her research on Black Women in Philanthropy. Entitled, We Specialize in the Wholly Impossible: Black Women’s Philanthropic Practice, the research looks at how Black women across the African diaspora, inside culturally-White philanthropic institutions, are advancing equity and justice - be it across race, gender/sexuality, and/or income.

Panelists:

  • Melanie Brown, Senior Program Officer, US Policy, Advocacy & Communication, Gates Foundation

  • Renée Joslyn, Executive Director, PowHERful Foundation

  • Katherine Nunnally, Trustee and Executive Director, Smith Family Foundation

  • Yvonne Moore, Founder and Principal Advisor, Moore Philanthropy, Moderator

RSVP by August 2, 2019 HERE. Building security will be strictly enforced.

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Aug
29
12:00 AM00:00

#GiveBlackCT Day of Giving Campaign

CONNECTICUT: In observance of Black Philanthropy Month (BPM) in August, The Prosperity Foundation (TPF) will officially launch its first-of-its-kind annual #GIVEBLACKCT monetary campaign on Wednesday, August 29. Commencing at 12:00 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. on the 29th, TPF will host its official online, and social media “Give Back by Investing in Our Community Day.” 

The giving campaign, in-lock-step with the annual August designation of BPM, is a “wake-up” call for the philanthropically minded of the African Diaspora and beyond. It is also a “call to action” to demonstrate fidelity and love towards uplifting the Black Community with a direct financial investment towards social, emotional, educational, and economic progress. 

The Prosperity Foundation (TPF) is an independent community foundation designed to address critical areas of health, education and economic development in Connecticut’s Black communities. TPF has the features of a community foundation, including donor-advised funds, educational events, giving circles, and other forms of philanthropy. The 24-hour campaign will support TPF programs and initiatives to cast a wider net to reach more communities, resulting in more opportunities for real change in Black Communities. www.tpfct.org 

Check donations are written to The Prosperity Foundation or TPF. They may be mailed to: The Prosperity Foundation, 1287 Chapel St. New Haven, CT 06511. Online donations are welcomed at www.tpfct.org. For more information, contact Orsella Renea Hughes, Consultant at 203-909-1315 or email, orsella@tpfct.org.

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Aug
28
6:00 PM18:00

African American Community Service Agency Hosts BPM Event

SAN JOSE, CA - The African American Community Service Agency Black Dialogue Series presents "For the Culture, For the Future" in observance of Black Philanthropy Month.  The private event will connect Black non-profits and community groups with funders for economic empowerment. Partners include Sobrato Family Foundation, The Health Trust, Leo M. Shortino Family Foundation, Silicon Valley Community Foundation and Wells Fargo Foundation.

For more information, contact info@sjaacsa.org or call 408-292-3157.

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Aug
28
5:00 PM17:00

A Harlem Happy Hour for Giving Black Day

Creating Our Own Legacy (COOL) Kids is a non-profit organization committed to cultivating the next generation to become socially conscious leaders. Through volunteerism, community collaboration, and leadership development, COOL Kids offers a continuum of service-oriented leadership opportunities for children and young adults. 

The organization is hosting a fundraiser and back to school supply drive to benefit Harlem District 3 public school students.

Location: Kingston, 218 West 116th Street NYC. For more information and to RSVP, visit www.coolkidsny.org

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Aug
23
6:00 PM18:00

Women Engaged Giving Circle Hosts Film Screening & Discussion

COLUMBIA, SC:  Join Women Engaged (W.E.) giving circle for the South Carolina debut of the film "She Did That," a documentary that explores the pursuits of Black women and their journeys in entrepreneurship. Following the screening will be a panel discussion featuring:

  • Renae Bluitt"She Did That." Executive Producer - Creator of the In Her Shoes blog

  • Jessica E. BoydPanelist - Brand Strategist; Founder & Creative Director at The Gild Agency

  • Shennice Cleckley, Panelist - Owner of My Dessert Bar

  • Anita GarrettPanelist - Founder of W.E. (Women Engaged), An African-American Women's Giving Circle

  • Rozalynn & Gabby GoodwinPanelists - Inventors of GaBBY Bows

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/women-engaged-presents-she-did-that-film-screening-panel-discussion-tickets-49096103768

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Aug
20
5:30 PM17:30

For The Culture, For The Future: Charlotte Celebrates BPM

CHARLOTTE, NC: In observance of BLACK PHILANTHROPY MONTH, New Generation of African American Philanthropists (NGAAP Charlotte) is hosting a social gathering and conversation on Monday, August 20 at the Gantt Center.

Invited are Black program officers, foundation staff and philanthropy professionals from the region to engage in dialogue about relevant issues as well as their career paths, preparation and experiences in the field of Philanthropy. Come connect with fellow changemakers to learn, lead and give back, together. Light hors d'oeuvres, plus wine and beer will be served.

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/for-the-culture-for-the-futurecharlotte-celebrates-black-philanthropy-month-tickets-48777641238

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Aug
19
3:00 PM15:00

Grown Folks Game Day

COLUMBIA, SC: Play your favorite game sponsored by charities - from classic board games to video games. Get your game card stamped by all participating charities for a chance to win prizes!

Co-hosted by Central Carolina Community Foundation, Columbia Urban League Young Professionals and The Talented Tenth SC. 

Sunday, August 19, 2018 from 3 - 7 pm

Location: Elm Abode, 1335 Elm Abode Terrace, Columbia SC 29210

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Aug
16
5:30 PM17:30

Hampton Roads Community Foundation Celebrates Black Philanthropy Month

NORFOLK, VA: The Hampton Roads Community Foundation will host a private reception, discussion on Black philanthropy in Hampton Roads, and book signing in conjunction with the Pop-Up Exhibition Opening of The Soul of Philanthropy. 

Panelists are L.D. Britt, MD, MPH, Chair of Eastern Virginia Medical School Department of Surgery and board member, Hampton Roads Community Foundation; Bishop Kim W. Brown, senior pastor of Mount Lebanon Baptist Church in Chesapeake; Valaida Fullwood, author of Giving Back: A Tribute to Generations of African American Philanthropists and co-creator of The Soul of Philanthropy exhibit; Ruth Jones Nichols, PhD, CEO of the Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia and the Eastern Shore; and Barbara Hamm Lee, host and executive producer of WHRO's Another View, who will moderate the panel discussion.

Location: Slover Library, 235 E. Plume Street, Norfolk, VA 23510

For more information, call 757-622-7951.

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Aug
16
5:00 PM17:00

Black Philanthropy Month Reception

PHILADELPHIA:  Join Philadelphia Black Giving Circle (PBGC) and the Greater Philadelphia Black Philanthropic Network (Philly BPN) for an evening of fellowship in observance of Black Philanthropy Month.

LOCATION: La Méridien Philadelphia, 1421 Arch Street, Philadelphia PA 19102

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-philanthropy-month-reception-tickets-48853736842

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Aug
14
6:00 PM18:00

New York Blacks in Philanthropy Summer Soiree

New York Blacks in Philanthropy (NYBIP) is a network of Black professionals, particularly representing people of the African Diaspora, including African-Americans, African natives, Afro-Latinos, Caribbean natives and Caribbean-Americans, committed to strengthening networks, addressing collective challenges and fostering opportunities within the philanthropic sector.

LOCATION: Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, 42 West 54th Street, NYC 10019

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nybip-summer-soiree-registration-47861557206

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Aug
9
5:30 PM17:30

Arizona Community Foundation Hosts 2nd Annual BPM Kickoff

The Arizona Community Foundation's (ACF) Black Philanthropy Initiative is pleased to invite you to join them for the Second Annual Kickoff of Black Philanthropy Month Event.  The event will recognize the Founders of two great giving organizations at ACF:

African American Women’s Giving and Empowerment Circle and Real Engagement Through Active Philanthropy (REAP). For more information, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/second-annual-kickoff-of-black-philanthropy-month-tickets-47962717780

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Aug
7
3:00 PM15:00

African Diaspora Philanthropic Advisor Network

NEW YORK: This is the inaugural meeting of The African Diaspora Philanthropic Advisors Network (ADPA)! An initiative of Moore Philanthropy, ADPA connects, educates and elevates philanthropic advisors from the African Diaspora. The network will coalesce, support, and nurture those charged with guiding, influencing or leading the philanthropic goals of individuals, families and institutions across the globe. For more information, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/adpa-network-inaugural-meeting-registration-47877350444

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Aug
29
10:00 AM10:00

REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA

The Role of Women in Community Giving

West Point Women for Health and Development (WPW) will host a community celebration in observance of Black Philanthropy Month. The event will begin with a traditional welcome through dance and music, followed by host conversations on what home-grown philanthropy looks like in Liberia. Zone leaders will join them for conversations on the role of community in solving problems and rapidly responding to local needs, with a particular focus on a woman's role in mobilizing these resources to serve West Point and the larger Liberian community.

West Point, Community Football Field
Monrovia
Republic of Liberia

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Aug
28
12:00 AM00:00

NATIONAL

The Young, Black and Giving Back (YBGB) Institute is hosting #GivingBlackDay on August 28, a virtual day of giving. On this day, you're encouraged to donate to the Young, Black and Giving Back Institute to support the education and empowerment of black civic engagement.  Link to donate: http://bit.ly/GivingBlack

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Aug
24
6:00 PM18:00

NEW YORK CITY

Black Philanthropy: Our Role and Power in the Next Generation of Giving

In observance of Black Philanthropy Month, you're invited to an evening of drinks and discussion on the role of Black professionals in the future of philanthropy. 

Confirmed panelists:

  • Madeline Lamour-Holder,‎ Director of Individual Giving at The New York Women's Foundation 
  • George Suttles, Program Officer at The John A. Hartford Foundation AND member/ advisor to the POC Donor Collaborative
  • Shalima L. McCants, Vice-President of the New York Urban League Young Professionals AND member of Zeta Nu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
  • Ian Fuller, Board Member of Resource Generation and Philanthropist
  • MODERATOR: Stephanie Crispin, Inaugural Public Policy Fellow at Philanthropy New York and co-lead of this event

Location: Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, 25 W 53rd Street, New York City

Free. RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-philanthropy-month-panel-discussion-tickets-36827889208

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Aug
24
5:30 PM17:30

MARYLAND

Diaspora RiseUP! Launch Happy Hour

Join Act4Accountability for the launch of their new initiative, Diaspora RiseUP! Diaspora RiseUp! is a campaign and fund by members of the African diaspora in response to emerging humanitarian and development crises in Africa.

Diaspora RiseUp! will identify, build, and invest in a network of credible local African organizations responding to the urgent needs of vulnerable populations in their communities. The campaign will feature inspiring stories of hope, highlight unsung heroes, elevate the visibility of work being done locally, and provide opportunities for diaspora-driven development.

The event is open to the public. RSVP HERE: http://bit.ly/DiasporaRiseUP

Diaspora RiseUP Website: http://diasporariseup.org/ 

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Aug
23
8:30 AM08:30

NEW YORK CITY

BPM 2017 Institutional Sponsor Featured Event

Moore Philanthropy will host a panel discussion exploring Diaspora Investments at Home and Abroad to align with BPM's mission to promote a global celebration of Black philanthropy to include all members of the African diaspora.

Whether home is in the United States, West Africa or Brazil, we are bringing together everyday citizens, professionals in philanthropy, and those in public-facing roles. Each panelist has demonstrated a dedication to giving voice, or fueling change, using their own resources, in communities within the U.S., or their countries of origin.

The goals for the conversation are to explore the personal, the professional, the impetus for engaging in this work, the road to accomplishing their goals, and their vision for the future. More importantly, panelists will share tips, advice, and wisdom for others on how to engage and give, no matter their resources, position or place.

The program will include a light breakfast and networking.   RSVP:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/black-philanthropy-month-2017-giving-voice-to-fuel-change-tickets-36624581108

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Aug
22
6:00 PM18:00

ATLANTA

BPM 2017 Institutional Sponsor Featured Event

For Us By Us:  An Insider's Look on Investing in Issues Affecting Black Communities

This gathering will serve as the first in a series of events leading up to The Soul of Philanthropy (TSOP) exhibition stop in Atlanta.  Join the city's most reputable philanthropy and fund development professionals to discuss and dispell the myths of Black giving.  The distinguished panel includes:

Birgit Smith Burton
Executive Director of Foundation Relations
Georgia Institute of Technology

Charmaine Ward
Director of Corporate Relations
Georgia Power Company

Calvin Ward
Senior Private Banker, Senior Vice President
Wells Fargo Private Bank

Joy Webb
Founder
Circle of Joy (COJ) Giving Circle

LaTosha Brown
Philanthropic Consultant
TruthSpeaks Consulting, Inc.

Free. RSVP:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-black-philanthropy-month-celebration-for-us-by-us-an-insiders-look-on-investing-in-issues-tickets-36670977882

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