|Achieving funding equity for identifiably Black organizations has been elusive. Nevertheless, NGAAP believes we can forge a new path in philanthropy, together. The work will require bold stances, collective action, heightened accountability, and, of course, perseverance.|
Plainly put, the opportunities are too great and the inequities are too egregious to tolerate the staus quo. Available reports of current figures in Charlotte are bleak, revealing gross underinvestment in nonprofits founded and led by Black people. We all must work to change that.
CLT Gives Black is just one example of how groups can come together to illuminate new paths and possibilities. For more than 15 years, NGAAP has been working to break down barriers, elevate Black leadership, and advance solutions that create an even playing field in philanthropy. Here’s our Black Philanthropy Month story from over the past decade.
For CLT Gives Black and to culminate #BPM2021CLT, NGAAP is happy to announce today where it is contributing a total of $20,000 (see below).