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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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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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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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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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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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Fuel the Kids: Black Futures Micro-Grant

Fuel the Kids is the winner of CLLCTIVLY's #bmoreHERstory Micro-Grant!

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Jamye Wooten - Baltimore Homecoming Hero Semifinalist

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wMSj04uN4Zc The Baltimore Homecoming Hero Awards, presented by T. Rowe Price,

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Kenika Walker - Black Futures Micro-Grant Spotlight

Kenika Walker, co-owner of CUPS Coffeehouse is one of CLLCTIVLY's #bmoreHERstory Black Futures Micro-Grant awardees.

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