Learn why & how to ground philanthropic giving in “justice,” not “charity”
Now more than ever, we need to move from simply identifying the challenges boys and men of color face, to cultivating leaders who are willing to step up and address them.
More than a dozen local leaders across Georgia will participate in this new six-month pilot program by the Annie E. Casey Foundation and Foundation Center South. In monthly interactive work sessions, participants will develop strategies for engaging the philanthropic sector and generating revenue, and create collaborative, community-based programming to close the persistent racial and equity gaps that exist in Atlanta.
Listen to the Cabinet Secretary recount stories & more on the Washington Post
Apply for funding for human rights projects in underserved communities
Find out what helps and prevents youth of color from achieving wellness
Read CalEndow’s 3-year, $25M effort to protect health, safety, and wellness
Apply or nominate Black men in Akron, Miami, Philly, or Pittsburgh who are making a difference
See their letter urging Obama to grant clemency petitions of those convicted of non-violent drug offenses
Learn project eligibility & guidelines for this rapid-response initiative