Bithiah Carter was recently featured on the Fairfield County Thrives Podcast.
“August is globally recognized as Black Philanthropy Month – a time to celebrate the collective power of African-American communities and their allies to transform lives through the power of giving, and to raise awareness to inspire and strengthen this work. In this episode of Fairfield County Thrives, FCCF President & CEO Juanita James talks with Bithiah Carter, President of New England Blacks in Philanthropy. Bithiah has made a profound impact in her work to bring forth a paradigm shift in philanthropy in order to increase the assets in communities with the power of Black philanthropy.”
Listen to the podcast: https://fccfoundation.org/ep10-philanthropys-ability-to-address-black-community-needs/
Bithiah Carter, CEO of New England Blacks in Philanthropy discusses recent philanthropic strategies for community with Karen Holmes Ward on CityLine.
New England Blacks in Philanthropy is on a mission to change the tides. It launched an initiative 11 years ago to build on donors in Boston. Its motto is “Giving Black starts with you.” The organization wants to make sure donors have appropriate information, focus and necessary tools to give, and will also inform them how their philanthropic gifts make a huge impact, even in the smallest ways. Bithiah Carter, president and CEO of New England Blacks in Philanthropy, discusses the organization’s mission and recent Giving Black report.
Watch Video: https://www.wcvb.com/article/cityline-sunday-jan-13-2019-philanthropic-strategies-for-communities-of-color-1547062034/25835994