African American Philanthropy

‘Seeing doers doing’: A reflection on reshaping black philanthropy | IUPUI

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Where are African American philanthropists giving their resources, and why are they donating to specific causes? What will the future of giving in the African American community look like? Bachelor’s degree student David Johnson reflects on a Mays Family Institute on Diverse Philanthropy panel event featuring six African American panelists working in various ways to reshape black philanthropy. The Mays […]
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‘Soul of Philanthropy’: learning to be a philanthropist in different ways | Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis

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Abby Rolland, Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis n 2012, six couples in Columbus, Indiana began the African American Fund of Bartholomew County (AAFBC). As part of Heritage Fund—The Community Foundation of Bartholomew County, the AAFBC sponsors discussions and issues grants in five focus areas: health awareness, education, arts and culture, economic/career development, and leadership development. “We wanted to support […]
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