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Next Generation of African American Philanthropists

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About our group

NGAAP is a philanthropic vehicle that promotes collective giving of time, talent and treasure (T3). As a collective group, members of NGAAP pool their contributions and strategically invest to improve the quality of life for African Americans in North Carolina’s Triangle Region. In 2011, NGAAP supported Movement of Youth (MOY), a comprehensive educational and mentoring nonprofit based in the Triangle, to take forty-five local high school students to New Jersey and New York to tour Princeton University and Columbia University. MOY members participated in a variety of activities including admissions presentations and a panel discussion with Columbia’s Black Student Consortium.
11
Total Donors
$150
Avg. Donation

Network Affiliation

Founded in 2003, Community Investment Network (CIN) inspires, connects, and strengthens African Americans and communities of color to leverage their resources to create the change they wish to see.

Location Raleigh , North Carolina, United States

Membership Focus Young Professionals Black or African American

Contact ngaapfund@gmail.com

About our group

NGAAP is a philanthropic vehicle that promotes collective giving of time, talent and treasure (T3). As a collective group, members of NGAAP pool their contributions and strategically invest to improve the quality of life for African Americans in North Carolina’s Triangle Region. In 2011, NGAAP supported Movement of Youth (MOY), a comprehensive educational and mentoring nonprofit based in the Triangle, to take forty-five local high school students to New Jersey and New York to tour Princeton University and Columbia University. MOY members participated in a variety of activities including admissions presentations and a panel discussion with Columbia’s Black Student Consortium.
11
Total Donors
$150
Avg. Donation

Network Affiliation

Founded in 2003, Community Investment Network (CIN) inspires, connects, and strengthens African Americans and communities of color to leverage their resources to create the change they wish to see.

Location Raleigh , North Carolina, United States

Membership Focus Young Professionals Black or African American

Contact ngaapfund@gmail.com

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