Do Good 41 Honored at the State of Black Philanthropy

Do Good 41 was honored tonight at the State of Black Philanthropy event by the Miami Foundation and Tina Brown of the Overtown Youth Center for their STEM education program that they provide to the community.This year’s event uplifted Black philanthropy in our community. For some Black families, generosity manifests through service. Others found grounding in faith and involvement in their church. For some, philanthropy focuses on wealth transfer and financial generosity; for others, it is about mobilizing networks to be involved in a specific issue. Philanthropy shows up in various ways, and within the Black community, it has consistently been a collective vehicle to elevate the community and help those most in need. Black philanthropy is a powerful example of how we can make a difference in our community.