2015: Our Year In Review

Cropped NGAAP Group Photo

“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” – African proverb

During 2015, New Generation of African American Philanthropists optimized its philanthropic impact through connections and collaboration with scores of nonprofit organizations in Charlotte and across the country that include: Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte’s African American Community Foundation at Foundation For The CarolinasPrairie View A&M UniversityThe Denver FoundationUjimaSouthLevine Museum of the New SouthMint Museum UPTOWNOn Q ProductionsAugustine Literacy Project-CharlotteThe Duke EndowmentAAPIP – Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in PhilanthropyABFE: A Philanthropic Partnership for Black CommunitiesD5 CoalitionKennedy Charter Public SchoolAFP CharlotteDAAP – Denver African American PhilanthropistsSPIN – Sisterhood of Philanthropists Impacting NeedsBlair-Caldwell African American Research LibraryBuffalo Soldier National MuseumInstitute of Museum and Library ServicesThe Male Leadership Academy of CharlotteUNC American Indian CenterThe Tomorrow Fund for Hispanic StudentsCenter for Civic ReflectionHip Hop UniversityTom Joyner Foundation and more. Thank you ALL!

Much of 2015 focused on rolling out the IMLS-funded exhibit The Soul of Philanthropy with JCSU and strategizing about our work in 2016 (our 10th year!) and the next decade of our giving circle. Below are photos from 2015, and here’s a quick recap of 2015 (not everything, but most):

2015 In Review

All this, plus other countless philanthropic deeds and initiatives of respective members…including the addition of at least a half dozen new members.

Our decennial holds potential to be our biggest, boldest celebration AND demonstration of the power of Black giving! We invite you to join us in a year of conscious giving for social change.

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