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The Creative Bull Bringing Black Wall Street Home

via The Bulls of Durham Recently Vogue magazine highlighted Durham, North Carolina as one of the hippest cities in America. While ‘hip’ is an unquantifiable, highly-subjective term, the piece has been widely discussed by locals and picked apart word by word, overarching theme, undertones and missing pieces. To many, the piece had an all but […]

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Support Central Ohio HBCU students with Kroger Community Rewards®

  Kroger makes supporting The HBCU Foundation easy for residents of Central Ohio…all you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card! Did you know you can support The HBCU Foundation, based right here in Columbus just by shopping at Kroger? It’s easy when you enroll in Kroger Community Rewards®! To […]

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Help Support The HBCU Foundation in Columbus and Central Ohio 

  Kroger makes supporting The HBCU Foundation easy for residents of Central Ohio…all you have to do is shop at Kroger and swipe your Plus Card! Did you know you can support The HBCU Foundation, based right here in Columbus just by shopping at Kroger? It’s easy when you enroll in Kroger Community Rewards®! To get started, sign […]

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10 Historically Black Colleges Where Alumni Contribute the Most

At three schools, more than 35 percent of alumni on average donate. At Claflin University in South Carolina, an average of nearly 48.9 percent of alumni contributed to their school. By Delece Smith-Barrow , US News & World Report The U.S. News Short List, separate from our overall rankings, is a regular series that magnifies individual data […]

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For Which Hampton Alum should The HBCU Foundation™ June Scholarship Be Named? [Poll]

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The HBCU Foundation ‘s Daniel Moss Discusses Diversity at HBCUs In US News & World Report

10 Most Diverse Historically Black Colleges At two historically black schools, more than 85 percent of students are white, according to U.S. News data. At Xavier University of Louisiana, 10.3 percent of students are Asian, U.S. News data show. By Delece Smith-Barrow via US News and World Report Teens interested in attending a historically black […]

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Vice President Biden Announces $25 Million Grant to HBCUs for Cybersecurity Education

Grant money will help meet the demand for more skilled cyber-security professionals by Courtney Connley , Posted: January 16, 2015 On January 15th, Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz and White House Science Advisor John Holdren traveled to Norfolk State University (NSU) to announce their latest efforts in improving cybersecurity education at Historically Black Colleges […]

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Inequality, Geography, and Workplace Giving

February 24th, 2014, via Truist Employee giving has in many ways become an American institution. What began as a fall tradition now sees employees regularly making contributions at all times of year to the causes and organizations so important to all of us. A recent study from America’s Charities has estimated this employee giving to […]

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Two types of corporate employee giving programs

Adam Weinger | August 29, 2012 Is your nonprofit taking advantage of the wide range of corporate employee giving programs that exist? If not, your organization may be missing out! In 2011, U.S. corporations gave over $14 billion to nonprofits (Source: Giving USA’s 2012 annual Report on Philanthropy for 2011). Much of this funding was donated through […]

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How HBCUs Can Increase Alumni Donation Rates

Written by Larisa Robinson Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are known for providing supportive learning environments, strong educational foundations and life lessons African-American students can use long after they graduate. Although many HBCU graduates have mostly positive things to say about their alma maters, they don’t often show their gratitude financially. For instance, between 2009 and […]

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