“Our ancestors dreamed us up and then bent reality to create us.” Walidah Imarisha In 2019, New Generation of African American Philanthropists (NGAAP Charlotte) celebrated its 13th year and commemorated the […]
What if we used wealth to heal, not harm? — Edgar Villanueva On June 27, Edgar Villanueva, a North Carolina Lumbee Indian, will return to his home state to discuss […]
“Unlike other communities of color and historically disenfranchised groups, for Black Americans giving circles affirm an African legacy.” — From The Sweetness of Circles READ The Sweetness of Circles, an opinion […]
This is New Generation of African American Philanthropists, our members, milestones, message and memories from over the past 12.5 years.
Study the past if you would define the future. Confucius Today’s the first day of Black History Month. In the United States, we have 400 years of the documented history […]
res·o·lute adj. | admirably purposeful, determined, and unwavering In lieu of resolutions, New Generation of African American Philanthropists (NGAAP Charlotte) is entering 2019 resolute. A year of Learn+Lead forums, new connections, both near and far, […]
New Generation of African American Philanthropists (NGAAP Charlotte) hosted ABFE President Susan Taylor Batten on October 25th as part of its series of Learn+Lead forums. Titled “Making Change,” the forum focused on data from ABFE’s Case […]