Young Black Philanthropists Gather for Changing the Face of Philanthropy Summit

More than thirty African American millennials convened for the Changing the Face of Philanthropy Summit at the United Way of the National Capital Area.  Presented by Wells Fargo Advisors and Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, the event is hosted by Friends of Ebonie, LLC, the social impact organization dedicated to young black philanthropy.  The Changing the Face of Philanthropy Summit, socially known as #CFP14, brought together young black professionals between 25 - 40 years old to strengthen giving behaviors and develop strategic action plans for civic leadership.

Today’s Nelson Mandela International Day

NMF-MandelaDay-Logo-SA-Slogan-ColourToday, July 18th, is Nelson Mandela International Day. Nelson Mandela International Day (Mandela Day) was launched in 2009 on Nelson Mandela’s birthday on 18 July as a core initiative of the Nelson Mandela Foundation. It was inspired by a call that the late Nelson Mandela made year earlier, for the next generation to take on the burden of leadership in addressing the world’s social injustices when he said “it is in your hands now”. During 2009, the UN General Assembly unanimously declared 18 July as “Nelson Mandela International Day”. No matter how small the action, the aim is to change the world for the better, just as Mr. Mandela did every day.

She’s the Boss: Tiffany R. Warren

tiffanyrwarren_1396371732_77In 2005, while at Arnold NYC, Tiffany founded ADCOLOR® which has launched The ADCOLOR® Awards, The ADCOLOR® Industry Conference and ADCOLOR® University. Before joining Arnold where she served as VP, Director of Multicultural Programs and Community Outreach, Ms. Warren, at the age of 25, became the youngest Manager of Diversity Programs at the American Association of Advertising Agencies in New York City. For six years, she oversaw all AAAA diversity initiatives, which included the Operation Jumpstart I & II scholarship program and the Multicultural Advertising Intern Program (MAIP) founded in 1973.

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Sandals Resorts Partners with Delta Sigma Theta to Educate Teen Mothers

The Sandals Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Sandals Resorts International, and The Nassau Bahamas Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the local chapter of an organization that is 350,000 women strong worldwide, today announced their partnership in support of the P.A.C.E. Program, (Providing Access to Continued Education) a community-based outreach initiative designed to provide education and support to teenage mothers and promote awareness to help reduce teen pregnancy among young adults. 983013019 Read The Rest

5th Annual Smaltz Foundation Summer Fundraiser Backyard Bash

What began as a gathering of friends and family in the backyard of founder Ken Smaltz’s home, has become the core fundraiser for The Kenneth A. Smaltz, Sr. Foundation. The ANNUAL SUMMER BACKYARD BBQ BASH is an opportunity to raise money to gift families who cannot afford adult day care at local centers, increase awareness about Alzheimer’s care, and honor the families and recipients of the foundation’s gifts.


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Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation Hosts 15th Annual Art for Life Gala

Rush Philanthropic Arts will host its 15th Annual Art For Life on Saturday, July 26th in Bridgehampton.  With the support of our sponsors, patrons and friends, Rush Philanthropic continues to provide art education opportunities for even more youth and enrich the cultural landscape of New York City.

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UNCF 3rd Annual “A Mind Is…” Hamptons Summer Benefit

On Saturday, August 23 at 6:00pm at the East Hampton Point Resort UNCF will host its Third Annual “A Mind Is…” Hamptons Summer Benefit. This special evening of waterfront cocktails, dinner and conversation is presented by the UNCF Leadership Council of New York, in addition to support from an esteemed group of Co-Chairs and Chairs, Michelle Paige Paterson, Former First Lady of New York State and Camille Clark. Proceeds from the evening will benefit UNCF’s educational initiatives and play a key role in making sure deserving low-income students of color get the education they need to get to and through college. Read The Rest

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