Maggie May, writer at Philanthropy Together and Utah resident, is starting a giving circle! Follow her journey to shaping her circle as she participates in Launchpad For You.
The Giving Circle Coaching Program by Philanthropy Together and Grapevine is a new initiative, launched January 2022, aimed at helping 20 coaches around the US support leaders in their communities with starting their very own giving circles.
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.