Giving Gap exists to advance racial equity in giving and mobilize positive action for Black lives by connecting people to causes they care about.

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Recently added organizations

Nancy Davis Foundation

Children & Family Services, Baton Rouge, LA

The Nancy Davis Foundation assists individuals who have experienced trauma as a result of a developmental defect during pregnancy.


Arts & Culture, Santee, CA

Grioneers ​activates and engages futurist communities by liberating inclusive creative and intellectual power, and connecting individuals to shape a more equitable and humane future.

Rae's Hope

Education, Dallas, TX

Rae's Hope empowers at-risk girls to take charge of their lives and become productive members of their community.

Barbershop Books

Education, New York City, NY

Barbershop Books inspires young Black boys and other vulnerable children to read for fun through child-centered, culturally responsive, and community-based programming and content.


Community & Economic Development, New York, NY

SoHarlem is a placed-based Cultural Industries Incubator dedicated to creativity and economic development to address racial inequities and ensure a vibrant future for our local community.

Nursing CAP

Education, Suffolk , VA

Nursing CAP is dedicated to introducing minority, first generation college, and economically disadvantaged students to the fields of nursing, STEM, and healthcare careers.

Hope Gain Center of West Michigan

Community & Economic Development, Grand Rapids, MI

Hope Gain Center of West Michigan increases the ability of those who live with mental illness to get and keep long-lasting careers by connecting them with remote opportunities.

Mama-Tee Community Fridge Project

Food Justice & Hunger Prevention, Philadelphia, PA

Mama-Tee Community Fridge Project provides nourishing, food to low-income communities that are experiencing food insecurity. We believe that everyone has the right to access healthy, affordable food.

Supporting Black-founded nonprofits is an integral piece to advancing racial equity.

Americans give $450 billion to charity each year, but only a tiny fraction of that goes to Black organizations. Our focus is on Black-founded nonprofits because they are the ones most likely to be grounded in the needs of the Black communities, have missions connected to positive action for Black lives, employ Black people, and empower Black leaders, while also being most likely to be systemically underfunded.

We're proud to now help Black-founded nonprofits #CloseTheGivingGap.

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