One of the many joys of being part of a giving circle is the community you build with others. There will always be a strong desire and value to gather with your giving circle members in-person, but 2020 has shown us that giving and gathering can and will continue in virtual spaces. As you begin…
Hosted at The Denver Foundation, DAAP has had an immense impact on the African American community in Denver by providing ongoing financial support to small, lesser-known nonprofits doing crucial work.
When you hear the term “philanthropist,” what do you think? Most people picture big-budget donors like Bill Gates or Warren Buffett who provide capital for high-profile charitable projects. At Philanthropy Together, we firmly believe that everyone can be a philanthropist.
The Peninsula Latina Giving Circle, established in 2014, is continuing its tradition of pooling together resources to support other Latinx women, children and families in need.
The Awesome Foundation is a worldwide community dedicated to making the world more fun, interesting, and kind through collective giving. Fully-autonomous foundation “chapters” comprised of friends, family members, or complete strangers support awesome projects through micro-grants, usually given out monthly.
Together, HOLA and Google.org pooled more than $11,000 to support Prospera, a Latinx-led nonprofit partnering with Latina entrepreneurs to launch social enterprises that foster cooperation, economic independence, and well-being in immigrant communities in honor of Latinx Heritage Month.
Philanthropy Together virtually brought together more than 50 leaders from across the collective giving movement to understand the emerging strategies they are using to strengthen and sustain the grassroots leadership of local nonprofits.
Giving circles all over the country are using their unique strengths as a collective giving network to support their local communities in light of COVID-19. The Women’s Giving Circle of Howard County (WGC) is taking action right now to support their community in Maryland.
As social distancing becomes a daily reality and so many are feeling the direct impact of COVID-19, people are looking to give back and help but may not know how.
Giving Circles are a group of people — friends, family, co-workers, or beyond — who pool charitable donations and decide together where to allocate their money. Giving Circles develop a mission or set of values and engage in shared learning about issues and organizations that align with those interests, all while building community and having…