25 Feb FEBRUARY NEWS – LESSONS FROM CHARLOTTESVILLE: HOW TO UNITE A COMMUNITY
“We had to acknowledge that we are many communities and that people need different supports,” the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation’s Brennan Gould told a crowd of 130+ donors and local leaders at our 2020 State of Black Philanthropy. During her keynote conversation with the Miami Herald’s Nancy Ancrum, Brennan shared how the violent attacks of 2017 sparked a new focus on improving racial equity through philanthropy. The Foundation also announced $20,000 to 39 nonprofits from the new Black Philanthropy Fund and a research partnership with Bank of America around giving in Greater Miami’s black communities.
Also in this newsletter:
Five notable Greater Miami leaders join The Miami Foundation’s Board of Trustees
How one local nonprofit is saving thousands of women’s lives by going door-to-door
Miami-Dade nonprofits step up to lead Census 2020 outreach
Apply now: Denise Moon Fund helps nonprofits assists victims and reduce crime
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