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.
Giving circles are breaking down barriers between those who give and those who receive, and centering Trust-based philanthropy practices can ensure those good intentions come to light.
“We are grateful to be a recipient of the Kellogg Foundation’s $1 million grant over the next two years. This grant will advance Philanthropy Together’s work to strengthen the giving circle movement by equipping everyday givers with the resources, research and training needed to align their grantmaking with equitable and social justice values and practices,” said Philanthropy Together’s Executive Director Sara Lomelin.
The Excellence of Black Philanthropy: Celebrating the Legacy of Charitable Giving Within Black Communities
The Excellence of Black Philanthropy is a lively panel discussion with Black philanthropy leaders held during the inaugural We Give Summit. Read on for a recap of this discussion.
Check out this list of nonprofits advocating for disability rights in communities around the United States.