December 19, 2015 – Gifting to Charities That Work in Black Communities – Attorney Ethel Mitchell

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Attorney Ethel Mitchell

December 19, 2015

In preparation for end of the year gifting, Attorney Ethel Mitchell, discusses many ways to gift to charities that work in black communities.  Below is a list of charities and their websites, including:

The Institute for Black Charities
http://www.blackcharities.net/

Sister Mentors
http://www.sistermentors.org

Sister Networks
http://www.sisternetworkinc.org

Project Enrich of Omega Psi Phi
http://www.projectenrich.org

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_historically_black_colleges_and_universities

Thurgood Marshall Fund – Supports 47 public HBCUs. Has given away over $250 million in college scholarships.  Go to http://www.tmsf.org

United Negro College Fund (UNCF), supports 37 HBCU since its inception in 1944 it has raised more than $4 billion and helped over 400,000 students receive degrees as HBCUs. Each year helps over 60,000 students each year.  Go to http://www.uncf.org.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Foundation
http://www.akaeaf.org/

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
http://www.deltafoundation.net

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority
http://www.zpbnef1975.org/

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity
https://www.alphaphifoundation.org

Omega Psi Phi
http://www.omegaeducationalfoundation.org

Kappa Alpha Psi
http://www.thekappafoundation.org/

Phi Beta Sigma
http://www.phibetasigma1914.org

2011 Comprehensive List of Charities that Work in the Black Community
HTTP://WWW.TNJ.COM/LISTS-RESOURCES/BLACK-ORGANIZATIONS-AND-ORGANIZATIONS-SERVING-BLACK-COMMUNITIES

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