To learn more about becoming a funder 

 

Contact

 

Kaci Patterson
kaci@blackequitycollective.org

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funders

Partner
A partner seeks to be in relationship with the Collective and has made both a financial contribution and an institutional commitment (i.e., returned a signed funder agreement), aligning their equity journey to the Collective's articulated values around advancing Black equity. Partners are invited to participate in quarterly learning labs with other philanthropic partners, and are invited to participate in joint networking and peer learning opportunities with our network of Black-led organizations. Partners may publicly brand themselves as a Partner of the Black Equity Collective. Partners also receive all of the benefits available to supporters.

Supporter

A supporter values the work the Collective makes to the broader ecosystem of philanthropy and on racial justice, and wants to see that work succeed. Supporters make a financial contribution to the Collective to further advance the efforts. While they may be on their own equity journey, supporters have not made an institutional commitment to align their journey with that of the Collective. Supporters receive ongoing updates about the Collective's work and progress, and are invited to attend annual or semi-annual network-wide events. 

 

Current partners

the california wellness foundation

WHH
Foundation

 

Liberty hill 
Foundation

 

california 
community foundation

Angell 
Foundation

 

Fineshriber Family Foundation

Roy and patriciadisney foundation

jmc 
philanthropy
 

melissa jones 
charitable trust
 

Kautz Family Foundation
 

jp morgan 
chase
 

 

Current Supporters

Sillicon Valley Community Foundation

North Star
Fund

 

Edison 
International

 

McNulty
foundation

 

Reissa Foundation
 

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"We fully support and embrace “thriving while Black” as a fundamental civil right, and we are confident that the Black Equity Collective is the organization to shepherd that essential right into a new reality for the Black community."

-Bernadette Glenn, WHH Foundation