Join Black History Month, Every Month

Helping racial justice supporters build connections, while doing good for the greater community.

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Savannah Professional Women for Good

Savannah Professional Women for Good

Birmingham Women for Good

Birmingham Women for Good

Plano Women for Good

Plano Women for Good

Benefits of Joining

Build New Connections
Meet like-minded people and expand your social and professional network.

Grow Your Influence
You’ll have a direct say in where our pooled funds go and which causes we support.

Amplify Your Impact for Good
With just 100 members donating $75, that’s $7,500 going to a deserving charity each quarter.

Plano Women for Good

Plano Women for Good

Aaron Goggans

Why I joined... “I think that our movements against white supremacy are dangerously underfunded. I want to meet other people interested in funding such movements and see how we can support aligned movement organizations getting to the scale this moment needs them to be at.”

Aaron Goggans - Organizer, Writer, Facilitator, World Builder Formerly with BLM DC now with WildSeed Society

Karine (KJ) Williams

Why I joined... “I believe that engaging in community is critical to my individual development and effectively achieving systemic change. Being in community is an intentional decision I am making. I recognize that with community comes diversity in all of its forms. I am here for it. Sometimes things are hard in community and harm is caused - I am here for the healing. I want to give and be intentional in my giving. I want to know that whatever I am able to give is being sown in good ground. I believe in what grapevine is facilitating and that's why I have joined.”

Karine (KJ) Williams - Helping Humans Change the Space they Occupy

Junior Bernadin

Why I joined... “I enjoy using my sphere of influence to help promote change. Together, we can move mountains when it comes to true social impact and change.”

Junior Bernadin - Presidential Awardee, House System Expert, STEM Expert, NFT Creator

Keith Evans

Why I joined... “I love the idea of coming together with a network of racial justice supporters across the country to learn about and support nonprofits that are Black-led and supporting Black communities.”

Keith Evans - Working for a better tomorrow!

Terrence Moline

Why I joined... “Ok. Where is the cookout? Y’all can find me at I’m from New Orleans and reside in Austin, Texas (for now 🤨). If anyone wants to give me a plot of land in Hawaii, Oakland, or Barcelona I’ll take it off your hands in a heartbeat.”

Terrence Moline - Founder + Head Listener @ African American Graphic Designers

Joshua R. Devine, CEcD

Why I joined... “Hi Everyone, my name is Joshua Devine. I'm a Pittsburgh, PA native but currently live in Washington, DC working in the racial economic equity and advocacy space at the National Community Reinvestment Coalition. I am joining this group to connect with other racial equity advocates, share and learn about promising practices in the field, and cultivate new partnerships for future work and initiatives.”

Joshua R. Devine, CEcD - Director, Racial Economic Equity

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Supported nonprofits

By giving, we are helping these nonprofits address critical needs, implement transformative programs, and create a brighter future for individuals and communities in need.

Naperville Professional Women for Good

Naperville Professional Women for Good

Metro Atlanta Women in Business for Good

Metro Atlanta Women in Business for Good

100 Women Who Care Maui

100 Women Who Care Maui

Fayetteville Women for Good

Fayetteville Women for Good

How it works

Grow your network, enrich your personal life, and make a bigger impact on nonprofits in your local area.


Join & Donate
Join our group’s online home and contribute a quarterly donation of $75 into our communal fund.


Nominate & Discover
Nominate a nonprofit you’re passionate about or discover nonprofits through the nominations of others, and learn about great organizations doing good work.


Vote & See the Impact
Vote for the deserving charity from 3 finalists and experience the profound effect of collective giving as the chosen charity receives our substantial pooled donation, and former recipients share updates on how your funds are being used in the community.


Connect & Grow
Attend quarterly Gather & Grant events to learn about the nominated nonprofits and network with dynamic group of like-minded people, expanding your social and professional networks while doing good.

Have questions? Learn more at our upcoming event

This Wednesday at 10:00 PM UTC and Friday at 4:00 PM UTC we'll host an open office hour for prospective members to learn about the group and ask questions.

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Our upcoming events

Joining this group and attending upcoming events will expand your network and give you opportunities to engage with like-minded individuals who share your interests and passions.


Black History Month Every Month Quarterly Meeting

It's been a while! Let's reconnect around our common interests in moving forward justice, empowerment and equity for

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Grapevine Member Mixer
Join our monthly Member Mixer to connect with Giving Circle members across the entire country


Coffee Chats
Get introduced directly to other members for 1-1 connections in person or via video call.


Now Requesting Nonprofit Nominations
Our September to November, 2023 cycle has kicked off! Members can now nominate nonprofits to receive this cycle’s funds.

Black History Month, Every Month

Amplify your giving

Total Impact

We come together each quarter to network, donate, learn about local nonprofits, vote on which ones to support, and work to have a collective impact on our community.

Member quarterly donation


“Hi All! I am the owner of a Web/App Design and Development agency that specifically uplifts social justice orgs and businesses led by Black and Brown folk with a focus on women and trans and queer folk. I am a firm bel...

Jennifer Mason
Jennifer Mason

Just your typical Blerd fighting for Social Justice

Community members


“To empower women that look like me as well as recieve and contribute to mentoring young leaders in healthcare and our community.”

Janaya Hernandez
Janaya Hernandez

There’s power in numbers!

Given to nonprofits


“I wanted to be more pro-active in facilitating change, especially as a white, cis/het, abled man. I also wanted to join a group of like minded folks, and this group is filled with amazing, accomplished, humanistic peer...

Mark Wilson
Mark Wilson

Co-Founder/Exec Medical Director of Center for Wise Mind Living, interested in Social Justice/Equity, MH Advocacy

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