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"Philanthropy is commendable but it must not cause the philanthropist to overlook the circumstances of economic injustice which make philanthropy necessary." 

- Martin Luther King Jr.

 

Tumultuous. Tenuous. Precious. This moment presents an unprecendented opportunity to seize a new future for Black people everywhere, struggling amid the impacts of twin pandemics: Covid-19 and anti-Black racism.

As Black Philanthropy Month™ (BPM) nears a decade, we are proud to have engaged nearly 17 million people worldwide to advance Black giving. But these new times require new measures. Our organizations were underfunded before 2020. Now they are devastated. To rebuild our communities, we must support both our nonprofits and our businesses. So, for BPM 2020, we are expanding beyond philanthropy to also consider how all forms of funding can advance the economic justice so essential for racial equity.

With $1.2 trillion in buying power, as well as a multi-billion dollar giving and investment economy in the US alone, Black people possess the means to jump-start the monumental community rebuilding required in the wake of the coronavirus crisis and public demands for racial justice. 

The Black Giving and Beyond Summit invites all leaders to reimagine how to use philanthropy, social impact investing, angel investing, and venture capital to create a more equitable future. Registration is free.

An inaugural global convening of Black Philanthropy Month™, the Summit is by design a high-tech, participatory virtual experience for learning, networking and transformation. It is made possible by knowledgeable partners and generous sponsors from the US, Africa and across the Diaspora.

Kicking off on August 1st with a daylong program of luminary keynote speakers and panelists, the Black Giving and Beyond Summit extends through August with a series of convenings. This landmark global engagement will culminate in New Black Funding Principles to scale effective racial justice and multi-faceted recovery. Among the featured speakers for each convening date are:

  • August 1  |  Soledad O'Brien, Benjamin Jealous, Bakari Sellers, Jessica O. Matthews and Joy Buolamwini
  • August 4  |  Aisha Muhammad-Oyebode
  • August 5  |  Dikembe Mutombo
  • August 29 | Congresswoman Ilhan Omar, Kwanza Jones, Dr. Natalia Kanem, Susan Taylor Batten, Jackie Bouvier Copeland, Latanya Mapp Frett, Trista Harris, Solome Lemma, and many more!

View the August 29 program for the full list of speakers here and register today! Don’t miss these crucial discussions, and your chance to ask questions and provide input. We look forward to seeing you at the Black Giving and Beyond Summit to create a new and just future for our communities.

Thank you!

Black Philanthropy Month(BPM) Architecture Team:

BPM Founder | Jackie Copeland, PhD, The WISE Fund

Valaida Fullwood, The Soul of Philanthropy

Tracey Webb, Black Benefactors

 

BPM 2020 Black Giving and Beyond Summit Partners:

Afrigrants Foundation

Bring Back Our Girls 

the b’elle group

Cre8ation Ventures

Mays Family Institute on Diverse Philanthropy, Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Indiana University

Moore Philanthropy

We The Women

 

Black Giving and Beyond, the Black Philanthropy Month global convening, is made possible through generous support from these philanthropists and organizations, along with additional supporters listed on our website.

 

The WISE Fund

Abigail E. Disney & Pierre N. Hauser

Global Fund for Women

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

California Wellness Foundation

ABFE: A Philanthropic Partnership for Black Communities

African American Development Officers (AADO) Network

African American Fund of Bartholomew County

Birgit Smith Burton

Central Carolina Community Foundation

Cleveland Black Equity and Humanity Fund

Hartford Foundation for Public Giving

Hampton Roads Community Foundation

Kenneth Rainin Foundation

New Generation of African American Philanthropists (NGAAP Charlotte)

The Prosperity Foundation

Sankofa Fund for Civic Engagement

The Women's Giving Circle of Howard County

 
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