Collective 365

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About our group

Fatima M. Smith
Leadership
Facilitate opportunities to learn about community needs through service engagement, educational and networking events in order to support the sustainability of communities of color through grant funding & capacity building.

Collective 365 is a group of individuals coming together to use their talent, time, resources, and passion to invest in their community. The voting members of the Collective pay a yearly investment of $100 (or $50). The members’ investments are used to support the community grants. Each full-paying member has a vote on how the grant money is awarded. Those who are unable to make a financial investment are encouraged to join as general members.


During the year the members attend educational & networking events to become informed and engaged community members. The top grantee applicants and community members will be invited to the Community Brunch in April. The Community Brunch is an opportunity to celebrate all grantee applicants and award funds to applicants.

Our why: To give Black & Brown communities the platform to define their needs and solutions.

Voting Membership -- these are individuals who contribute $50 or more per year and vote on how grant funding is awarded
General Membership -- these are individuals who contribute $0-49 per year and do not vote on how grant funding is awarded

Collective 365 offers "capacity building" in addition to grant funding for applicants. Capacity building is the Collective's way of connecting members to the work in the community. For example, you may be a social media marketing guru and would be willing to provide "x" amount of hours to develop social media evergreen graphics to a grant applicant.
$16,000
Total Raised
69
Total Donors
$50
Avg. Donation

Location Richmond, Virginia, United States

Focus Areas Advocacy & Social Justice, Arts & Culture, Boys & Men, Children & Family, Civic Engagement, Climate Change & Environment, Community Building, Economic Empowerment, Education, Equity & Equality, Girls & Women, Health, Hunger & Nutrition, LGBTQ, Social & Human Services

Membership Focus People of Color/Multi-Racial Women in Glen Allen

Founded July 2020

Contact collective365info@gmail.com

About our group

Fatima M. Smith
Leadership
Facilitate opportunities to learn about community needs through service engagement, educational and networking events in order to support the sustainability of communities of color through grant funding & capacity building.

Collective 365 is a group of individuals coming together to use their talent, time, resources, and passion to invest in their community. The voting members of the Collective pay a yearly investment of $100 (or $50). The members’ investments are used to support the community grants. Each full-paying member has a vote on how the grant money is awarded. Those who are unable to make a financial investment are encouraged to join as general members.


During the year the members attend educational & networking events to become informed and engaged community members. The top grantee applicants and community members will be invited to the Community Brunch in April. The Community Brunch is an opportunity to celebrate all grantee applicants and award funds to applicants.

Our why: To give Black & Brown communities the platform to define their needs and solutions.

Voting Membership -- these are individuals who contribute $50 or more per year and vote on how grant funding is awarded
General Membership -- these are individuals who contribute $0-49 per year and do not vote on how grant funding is awarded

Collective 365 offers "capacity building" in addition to grant funding for applicants. Capacity building is the Collective's way of connecting members to the work in the community. For example, you may be a social media marketing guru and would be willing to provide "x" amount of hours to develop social media evergreen graphics to a grant applicant.
$16,000
Total Raised
69
Total Donors
$50
Avg. Donation

Location Richmond, Virginia, United States

Focus Areas Advocacy & Social Justice, Arts & Culture, Boys & Men, Children & Family, Civic Engagement, Climate Change & Environment, Community Building, Economic Empowerment, Education, Equity & Equality, Girls & Women, Health, Hunger & Nutrition, LGBTQ, Social & Human Services

Membership Focus People of Color/Multi-Racial Women in Glen Allen

Founded July 2020

Contact collective365info@gmail.com

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