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Black-led nonprofits that actively partner with CNE

June 10, 2020

100 Black Women of the Charlottesville Metropolitan Area – Building pathways to sustainable self-sufficiency, for women and girls of African descent.

100 Black Men of Central Virginia – Eliminating the achievement gap of African American males in K-12

Abundant Life Ministries – Demonstrating God’s love through holistic community development in the Prospect neighborhood

African American Teaching Fellows – Recruiting and supporting African American teachers and college students

Barrett Early Learning Center – Inspiring and empowering children to learn, be creative, and experience what it means to be part of a warm and nurturing community that is welcoming to all

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Blue Ridge – Mentoring to support community youth

City of Promise – Ending generational poverty, and fostering a culture of achievement, in which all children in our community graduate from high school, ready for college or career

Conscious Capitalist Group – Decreasing the poverty rate among opportunity youth through financial literacy, leadership, and entrepreneurship training

Jefferson School African American Heritage Center – Honoring and preserving the rich heritage and legacy of the African-American community of Charlottesville-Albemarle

Love No Ego Foundation – Utilizing the principles of love over ego, love over fear, & communication over conflict to help youth overcome challenges, find purpose, and live their true greatness

National Coalition of 100 Black Women of the Charlottesville Metropolitan Area – Building pathways of sustainable self-sufficiency for women and girls of African descent

New Hill Development Corporation – Building avenues of upward mobility for African Americans in greater Charlottesville

Piedmont House – Helping men find their futures, one man at a time

Preservers of the Daughters of Zion Cemetery – Restoring and preserving the historic African American cemetery

CNE is excited to launch 7 Actionable Principles for a Strong Social Sector!

Building on themes from 10 discussion sessions with 67 community members, and several leading national frameworks for nonprofit health and impact, the 7 Actionable Principles aim to create a shared understanding of what makes a healthy nonprofit and build a supportive learning community of nonprofits and funders.

We encourage you to check out the site and you can find a recording of our launch town hall here.

CNE Members: Schedule a complimentary hour of support and coaching around the 7 Actionable Principles here.