Information session for CBMA members takes place Wednesday, December 16.
From Ferguson, Missouri to Staten Island, New York, from Baltimore, Maryland to Charleston, South Carolina, the highly publicized killings of Black men and boys have brought new attention to issues of race and racism in the U.S.
In this historic moment, it is more critical than ever to understand what philanthropy is doing (and can do) to support Black men and boys.
Join us in San Francisco as we examine the funding landscape and also invite an all-star panel of Bay Area foundation leaders to discuss local efforts.
Google gives $2.35 million to organizations in the Bay area.
Hill-Snowdon Foundation announces the Making Black Lives Matter Initiative to support Black-led organizing.
Learn how to use #GivingTuesday as an opportunity to raise funds for your work with Black men and boys.
Meet the collaborators of this new book on December 7 in New York.
How has the March influenced you? Read Erica Bullock’s reflections.
Watch this Skillman Foundation video capturing the work taking place in Detroit for boys and young men of color.
Meet the new leader of a network dedicated to eliminating violence in U.S. cities related to Black men and boys.