“The Black Philanthropic Network is the realization of a long standing vision for Blacks in philanthropy across the country to share resources, connect, inform and engage around our programming to shepherd ABFE’s mission to promote effective and responsive philanthropy in Black communities.”
-- Marcus F. Walton, ABFE Director of Programs
What is the Black Philanthropic Network (BPN)?
What is ABFE’s role in the network?
What does the BPN do?
Why is the BPN necessary and beneficial to philanthropy?
|What are the ten regional groups that form the Black Philanthropic Network?|
|Bay Area Blacks in Philanthropy
Chicago African Americans in Philanthropy
|Indiana Blacks in Philanthropy
|Michigan African Americans in Philanthropy
|Minnesota Blacks in Philanthropy
|New England Blacks in Philanthropy
Southeastern Network of African Americans in Philanthropy
|African American Funders Group of Southwestern PA