In honor and celebration of Black History Month, you can now round up the change from your purchase by selecting one of the foundations listed below for a donation.
African American Museum of Philadelphia founded in 1976, was the first institution funded and built by a major municipality to preserve, interpret, and exhibit the heritage of African Americans. Presenting the achievements from pre-colonial to the current day of African Americans creates a meaningful impact on visitors about history and culture. The museum has four galleries and an auditorium. It is part of the Philadelphia cultural landscape.
Black AIDS Institute is dedicated to ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Black community. Established in 1999, they provide social networking, substance abuse programs, and a health clinic. Their motto is Our People. Our Problem. Our Solution.
Black Connect, Inc. founded in June 2019 is a national membership organization focusing on eliminating the racial wealth gap in America by increasing the number of successful Black businesses. They've created a social media networking platform to enable entrepreneurial activities and promote socio-economic growth and empowerment of the Black community, with members across the United States, Caribbean, Africa, and the United Kingdom. Black Connect, Inc offers various programs for creating a business pitch, working with financial institutions, and team building.
Black Girls Code Inc builds pathways for young women of color to embrace the current tech marketplace by introducing them to skills in computer programming and technology. They offer workshops, summer camps, enrichment, and code clubs.
Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective's mission is to remove barriers that Black people experience getting access to staying connected with emotional healthcare and healing. They provide education, training, advocacy, and creative arts.
Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League Inc is the Delaware chapter of the National Urban League founded in July 1999. Their mission is to empower people of color to achieve economic self-reliance, parity, power, and civil rights through various programs and fellowships. They are guided by equity, advocacy, inclusion, and community.