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CLLCTIVLY Featured on

CLLCTIVLY Featured on “The True in This Art” Podcast w/ Rob Lee

Jamye Wooten is the founder of CLLCTIVLY, an organization that’s building an ecosystem of grants and resources to nourish Black-led organizations that want to improve Baltimore. The Truth In This Art is a podcast interview series supporting the vibrancy and the development of Baltimore & Beyond’s arts and culture.

Meet Dominiece Clifton - Winner of the first

Meet Dominiece Clifton – Winner of the first “We Got Your Back” Award

Congratulations, Dominiece Clifton – Founder of the Mobile Movement Studio!  Dominiece is the first winner of the “We Got Your Back” Award and will receive a $2,000 monthly (no-strings-attached) stipend for one year to cover her living expenses and to do whatever brings her joy! She will also receive a FREE one-year membership with The Women’s Entrepreneur Leadership Lab […]

2x NFL champion, Torrey Smith introduces us to the financial driver behind a lot of grassroot organization

Community MVP: Jamye Wooten & CLLCTIVLY

2x NFL champion, Torrey Smith introduces us to the financial driver behind a lot of grassroot organization

A Baltimore Boost featuring Jamye Wooten - JHU CONNECTS

A Baltimore Boost featuring Jamye Wooten – JHU CONNECTS

Johns Hopkins Connects – Meet Jamye Wooten, Founder of Cllctivly! Check out his incredible work on CLLCTIVLY’s website here: https://cllctivly.org/, and make sure to follow his socials on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin, and Twitter @Cllctivly!!

Baltimore Master Barbers launch Conscious Reflection Empowerment Initiative to Train the Next Generation of Barbers

Baltimore Master Barbers launch Conscious Reflection Empowerment Initiative to Train the Next Generation of Barbers

Conscious Heads Barbering Bootcamp, Conscious Heads Barbershop and Natural Hair Salon, and Reflections Eternal Barbershop launch campaign to develop workforce training center. Learn more and donate today!

The origin story of CLLCTIVLY dates back to the 2015 Uprising sparked by the tragic death of Freddie Gray in the custody of the police. Wooten joined with a coalition of grassroots activists, faith-based leaders, and concerned citizens to found Baltimore United for Change.

CLLCTIVLY featured in new report highlighting Social- and Racial-Justice Giving

The origin story of CLLCTIVLY dates back to the 2015 Uprising sparked by the tragic death of Freddie Gray in the custody of the police. Wooten joined with a coalition of grassroots activists, faith-based leaders, and concerned citizens to found Baltimore United for Change.

Baltimore nonprofit boosts Black-led organizations through fundraising campaign, scavenger hunt

Baltimore nonprofit boosts Black-led organizations through fundraising campaign, scavenger hunt

Baltimore Business Journal – CLLCTIVLY, a Baltimore-based nonprofit, helped raise over $100,000 for Black-owned social change organizations during its third-annual fundraising campaign, doubling its efforts from the day of giving last year. Fifty local nonprofits participated in the 24-hour long initiative on Aug. 6 called CLLCTIVGIVE, which rallied financial support for Black-led organizations through social […]

In collaboration with CLLCTIVLY, Mindgrub Technologies hosted the first Baltimore Rapid Ideation Skillshare Event (RISE), a three-day event to honor and support Baltimore’s Black entrepreneurial community.

Mindgrub and CLLCTIVLY Celebrate Black Entrepreneurship with Baltimore RISE

In collaboration with CLLCTIVLY, Mindgrub Technologies hosted the first Baltimore Rapid Ideation Skillshare Event (RISE), a three-day event to honor and support Baltimore’s Black entrepreneurial community.