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My Life in a Bag Foundation

Children & Family Services, St. Louis, MO

My Life in a Bag Foundation empowers youth residing in foster care and residential group homes by providing luggage and essentials.

Texas Prisons Community Advocates

Children & Family Services, Fulton, TX

Texas Prisons Community Advocates serves the incarcerated and their families by empowering all through education and creating effective advocates who can bring humane conditions to Texas prisons.

Better Brothers Los Angeles

LGBTQIA+, Los Angeles, CA

Better Brothers Los Angeles creates safe spaces to educate, inspire, and connect the Black LGBTQ+ community to overcome the challenges of stigma and homophobia.

Reproductive Justice Action Collective

Health, New Orleans, LA

Reproductive Justice Action Collective empowers marginalized communities in Louisiana by advocating for reproductive justice for Black, trans, and low-income individuals through education, advocacy, and direct support.

The Family One

Children & Family Services, Leesburg, VA

The Family ONE creates and operates programs and events that provide support for local youth, establishing an environment and culture that allow them to find their voice, their path, their purpose.

Queendom

Community & Economic Development, Bridgeport, CT

Queendom provides strategic workshops for women and girls in underserved communities and prepares them for personal, career, and economic success.

We Create Tech

Education, Decatur, GA

We Create Tech seeks to increase the number of Black & Brown youth preparing for careers in STEAM fields.

Los Angeles Chapter of the National Black MBA Association

Education, Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles Chapter of the National Black MBA Association leads in the creation of educational, wealth building, growth opportunities for Black students, entrepreneurs and professionals.

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