Check out this list of 16 Black-led nonprofits to support this Black History Month. You’ll find recommendations for organizations, as well as resources to help you connect with Black-led organizations year-round.
LatinasGive! and Latinos Impacting our Future Together (L.I.F.T.) are respectively the first Latina-led and all-male Latino-led giving circles in Colorado. Read about how their partnership has strengthened the Denver community.
Denver’s first Latina giving circle is LatinasGive! — a group of Latinas giving their time, talent, treasure and testimony collectively year-round.
Pop-up giving circles are a unique way for companies, organizations, and individuals to support their community with collective impact.
Raising Men of Valor Women’s Giving Circle is a giving circle based in the Washington, D.C. area with the mission to uplift boys and young men of color.
Honor Indigenous Peoples’ Day by supporting Indigenous-led nonprofits. Check out this list for recommended organizations to support.
Philanthropy Together CEO Sara Lomelin reflects on the latest research from Dr. Jason Franklin on global giving circles.
I Be Black Girl Gives (IBBGives) has supported Black women, femmes, and girls in Omaha over the last three years, distributing approximately $150,000 in grants to support Black maternal health, leadership development, and more.
Global giving circles are on the rise! Take a trip around the globe to learn about how collective giving groups are making an impact in different parts of the world.
Sisterhood of Philanthropists Impacting Needs (SPIN) is a Denver-based giving circle committed to improving outcomes and opportunities for young girls and women facing oppression and marginalization.