ABFE 3rd Thursday Webinar
Cities United Annual Meeting
Forum Of Regional Associations of Grantmakers Conference
Council of Michigan Foundations Annual Conference - Michigan African Americans in Philanthropy
2016 Call for Nominations for New Board Members
Black Giving Matters: Q&A with Lyord Watson Jr. of Birmingham Change Fund
A series by BGB Contributor Valaida Fullwood initiated for Black Philanthropy Month 2015 and aimed at informing, inspiring and investing in philanthropic leadership. Lyord Watson Jr. is a preacher and philanthropist who lives out his faith in the pulpit as well as in the public square.
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Find out about the groundbreaking national storytelling community empowering young men of color to share their wisdom and transform the systems meant to support them! READ MORE >>
Giving Black Boston:
An Intimate Portrait of Black Stewardship in Boston
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WHO MANAGES THE MONEY?
How Foundations Should Help "Democratize Capital."
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#BlackLivesMatter PHILANTHROPIC ACTION FOR RACIAL JUSTICE
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MONTGOMERY TO FERGUSON: A NEW MOVEMENT FOR DEMOCRACY
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ABFE'S DIRECTORY OF MINORITY- AND WOMEN-OWNED INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT FIRMS
ABFE's directory is a useful tool for foundation decision makers who are interested in casting a wider net to include high-performing minority-owned firms that have traditionally had limited access to this market. Contact Erika Davies for more information.
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NEWS AND EVENTS
DECEMBER 2015 EDITION OF ABFE MAGAZINE
ABFE 3rd Thursday Webinar Series
Evaluation as a Tool Towards Equity
Thu, Sep 17, 2015 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT
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Funders Briefing: An Update on the Movement for Black Lives
Thu, Sep 10, 2015 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM EDT
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Power Concedes Nothing without Demand
(November 10, 2015) Many of us were watching the protests at the University of Missouri closely and could not be more proud of the student leadership there. Once again, as it has been the case throughout our history, students took a stand against bias and inequity. They were able to gain the support of allied staff and faculty and were successful in meeting their goal.
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Study: Why Has the Number of Black Professionals in Philanthropy Decreased?
(June 9, 2014) We’ve seen very little discussion about this interesting phenomenon occurring among African-American professional staff...
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Responsive Philanthropy in Black Communities
ABFE’s understanding of the strengths and assets as well as root causes of disparities in Black communities enables it to bring innovative solutions to address the issues at their core. ABFE’s, Responsive Philanthropy in Black Communities (RPBC), helps organizations develop a racial equity lens in their grantmaking, thereby maximizing philanthropic investments.
This new template on RPBC builds upon grantmaking with a racial equity lens but is tailored specifically to grantmaking in and for Black communities. As a result, we have designed a set of defining characteristics of philanthropy that we believe is more likely to reduce gaps in racial disparities facing Blacks in the United States and are looking to partner with grantmakers around the country to apply this framework to their investments.