Baltimore DJ's unite to raise money for Black-led Social Change Organizations

DJ Lil Mic, DJ 5 Starr, and DJ Tanz hosted our closing party - a 4-hour campaign to support Black-led organizations serving in Baltimore, as a part of the CLLCTIVGIVE. CLLCTIVGIVE is a 24 hour day of giving and part of CLLCTIVLY mission to be a resource for the greater Baltimore community that seeks to find, fund, and partner with Black social change organizations. #CLLCTIVGIVE raised over $56,000!!!

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9-Year Old DJ A Eazy raises money for Black-led Social Organizations in Baltimore

In honor of Black Philanthropy Month, CLLCTIVLY hosts our 2nd Annual Day of Giving for Greater Baltimore Black-led organizations.

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Candace Chance: You have been challenged!!! #CLLCTIVGIVE

Meet Candace B. Chance, Creator of Build Beyond the Hustle, Founder and CEO at The VPI Firm and CLLCTIVLY advisory board member.

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Why you should support Black-led Baltimore and #CLLCTIVGIVE

Meet Shawna Murray-Browne! She is an award-winning community healer, national speaker, and Liberation-Focused, Mind-Body Medicine Practitioner

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Are you a Spoken Word or Hip Hop artist residing in Greater Baltimore?

Are you a Spoken Word or Hip Hop artist residing in Greater Baltimore? Submit Your Video for a chance to win $500!

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Wealth Building in the Black Community

CLLCTIVLY Founder Jamye Wooten, joins #Nonprofitnofilter LIVE Discussion on Wealth Building in the Black Community and how it can support Black-led Nonprofit Organizations with host, Shalita O'Neale

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Using Data to Support and Invest in Baltimore

CLLCTIVLY Founder Jamye Wooten joins Danielle Torain of Open Society Insitute - Baltimore, John Brothers of the T Rowe Price Foundation, and Yinka Bode-George of the Maryland Philanthropy Network, for #BaltimoreDataWeek

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Celebrate Black Philanthropy Month by Giving Locally #CllctivGive

CllcitvGive is a special day to connect your organization to generous donors and a part of CLLCTIVLY's mission to be a resource for the Greater Baltimore community that seeks to find, fund, and partner with Black social change organizations.

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Next Act Cinema launches "Short Short" Film Contest

Be seen on the big screen! Movies have a way of showing you were you’ve been, where you are and where you

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Baltimore Black-owned Movie Theatre Keeps pushing forward in the midst of COVID-19

Amplify Baltimore - CLLCTIVLY caught up with Anthony Fykes, co-owner of Next Act Cinema. Anthony shares with us the

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