Black-led nonprofits that actively partner with CNE

June 10, 2020

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

Black Women of Central Virginia –Building pathways to sustainable self-sufficiency, for women and girls of African descent

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

Cultivate Charlottesville – Engaging youth and community in building an equitable, sustainable food system through garden-based experiential learning, growing and sharing healthy food, amplifying community leaders, and advocating for food justice

HER SportsUsing sports as a blueprint for girls to succeed in life through empowerment, education, and engagement

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

Lafayette School – Serving children and adolescents with emotional disabilities, behavioral disturbance, and/or mental illness in a structured special education and treatment program

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

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

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

The Uhuru Foundation – Envisioning a world where the most vulnerable youth have the power and resources to lift themselves out of poverty to upward social and economic mobility that will enable them to create healthy lifestyles for their families and communities

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

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.