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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Good Giving: How to Make Informed Decisions About Giving to Charities

People are often asked to give money to unfamiliar charities. If this happens to you, take a moment to investigate before you contribute. Call the charity — a reputable organization will welcome inquiries — and carefully examine provided information and materials. When a charitable organization calls you seeking a donation, the caller must provide the […]

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Join The Board of The HBCU Foundation!

  Interested in joining a board, or providing pro bono consulting in support of HBCUs?  If so, The HBCU Foundation could use your support.  If you, or someone you know is passionate about rallying support for our schools and/or may be willing to donate professional expertise or resources, we’d love to hear from you. We […]

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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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Honda Campus All-Star Challenge Inducts Daniel Moss Into 2015 Alumni Hall of Fame

(Video below) Daniel Moss, Chairman & CEO of The HBCU Foundation, shared with three fellow HBCU Alumni, the honor of being recently inducted into the Honda Campus All-Star Challenge Alumni Hall of Fame in Los Angeles California, as a part of the event’s annual week of events. ABOUT THE PROGRAM HCASC alumni span the U.S. […]

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HBCU Foundation Board Member Howard Jean on TV One’s NewsOne Now with Roland Martin

 (Video below) Young Black Male Entrepreneur Institute Founders, Howard R. Jean and Randall Keith Benjamin Jr. along with BME Participant Ben Carter of Mind Your Damn Money, LLC, discuss the institute and young black millennials as business owners in America with host Roland S. Martin on TV One’s “NewsOne Now” morning talk show. ABOUT THE […]

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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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Michelle Obama Touts Study Abroad During China Visit

via TheHBCUCareerCenter.com Photo – Mrs. Obama with students in South Africa. In a speech to a group of students at Peking University on the second day of her trip to that country, Michelle Obama notes that China is the 5th most visited destination for American students who travel for study abroad.  Mrs. Obama also shared […]

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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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