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

1 million people.
1 billion dollars.
Together, we can #CloseTheGivingGap.

Celebrate Two Years With Us

In just two years, we have yielded more than $2 million to Black-founded nonprofit organizations. Giving Gap’s database has also grown to almost one thousand Black-founded organizations. We are celebrating our accomplishments and ask you to join us by supporting our work.

Your contribution will help us improve our platform and data collection as we continue our work to advance equity in giving for Black-founded organizations.

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Residents of Jackson, MS are suffering right now, because of routine disinvestment in Black communities and wellbeing. Here are Black-founded organizations on the frontlines of the Jackson water crisis that you can support right now.

Springboard to Opportunities

Civil Rights & Racial Justice, Jackson, MS

Springboard To Opportunities is a nonprofit organization working with residents of affordable housing to help them reach their goals in school, work, and life.

Mississippi Urban League

Civil Rights & Racial Justice, Jackson, MS

Mississippi Urban League helps African-Americans and others in Mississippi’s historically underserved communities achieve their highest true social parity, economic self-reliance, power, and civil rights.

People's Advocacy Institute

Criminal Justice, Jackson, MS

PAI equips people with tools to disrupt the criminal and juvenile systems and create a new system founded in human justice, restoration and individual and collective healing.

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.

"Moving Funds to Black-led Nonprofits"

Giving Gap CEO Aisha Alexander-Young discusses "Moving Funds to Black-led Nonprofits" with Pond CEO Mitch Stein and Darrell Booker, a leading voice in racial equity in the tech sector working at Microsoft.