FOR THE GREATER GOOD

CLLCTIVLY's founder, Jamye Wooten, featured in the Fall issue of John Hopkins Magazine. Elizabeth Evitts

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How a Local Business used the COVID-19 Pandemic To Pivot and Give Black

Karida Collins, owner of Neighborhood Fiber Co. and founder of NFC Momentum Fund talks to CLLCTIVLY about how she pivoted during COVID-19 and continues to give back and support Black-led organization serving in Baltimore.

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CUPs Coffeehouse is Reopening!

The opening of CUPs (Coffeehouse) means that I will finally be able to put all these great customer service and coffee preparation skills that we’ve all worked so hard to develop to the "test”

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Congratulations to our Poetry & Hip Hop Black Futures Contest Winners!

Our Top Five Vote-Getters will receive $500 and Meche Korrect was chosen to receive a professional video produced by Baltimore filmmaker, Babatunde Salaam that will be featured on CLLCTIVLY.

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Too Many Local Community Foundations Still Underinvesting in Black Communities

Analysis of publicly available data finds that among some of the largest community foundations, only 1% of grants are going to Black communities, despite their 15% share of the local population.

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Over $56,000 invested in Black-led organizations in 24 hours!

We couldn't have done it without you! Over $56,000 invested in Black-led organizations in 24 hours!

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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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