Did you know that August is Black Philanthropy Month? You can help build greater public awareness and sharpen the impact of Black philanthropy. We are excited to introduce and invite your participation in a new multimedia, civic engagement campaign during Black Philanthropy Month 2013 (BPM 2013). Your support is needed to mount an unprecedented campaign to inform, […]
“The only reason to give a speech is to change the world.” — JFK So…we gave a speech. A TEDxCharlotte Talk on philanthropy, identity and epiphany borne of the Giving Back Project.
Giving Back stands as the centerpiece of the GIVING BACK PROJECT, which ventures to ignite a movement of conscientious philanthropy by empowering a generation to recognize their power and responsibility to give back.
Reblogged from Giving Back Project: new voice new vibe new video new view on philanthropy New voices, vibes, videos and views on philanthropy seem even more crucial today as they were one year, when [ philanthropy reframed ] was first released. August is Black Philanthropy Month . . . #getyourgiveon
The Giving Back Project is pleased to be part of the Architect Team for Black Philanthropy Month 2013. We’re aiming to share relevant posts daily (or nearly every day) during August. Today’s post focuses on DonorsChoose.org, a leading online platform for giving. DonorsChoose.org makes it easy for donors to help students and classrooms in need through […]
Reblogged from valaida: Black Philanthropy Month 2013 begins this week, and it’s “An August of Dreams and Mountaintops.” Below is content from the media release about BPM 2013. Remembering 50 years of historic achievements with calls for greater African-descent giving and community-led change The month of August has become a momentous time in the global history […]
new voice new vibe new video new view on philanthropy
For too long, philanthropy has been narrowly defined by great wealth and large monetary gifts. Prevailing stories and imagery about giving often exclude generous everyday people and feed false notions about who can give, who can make a difference and who matters. Changing the world requires us to rethink and reframe philanthropy. The Giving Back Project is […]
Find Giving Back online at: John F. Blair, Publisher Amazon.com Barnes & Noble Plus, you can order the book through your favorite bookstore! In Charlotte, North Carolina, you can find it at these locations: Friendship Missionary Baptist Church Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture Levine Museum of the New South Paper Skyscraper Park Road Books […]
Every book purchased gives back and keeps giving, since the proceeds benefit philanthropic causes—and since the stories themselves inspire readers to give. You can buy Giving Back here.