Black Belt Community Foundation



The Black Belt Community Foundation was established in 2003 to pull together human and financial resources to improve life in the area by funding projects that brings about permanent improvement and change to the region.

The Black Belt Community Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation whose purpose is to work with all of our citizens to help improve the quality of life in a region that stretches from Mississippi to Georgia . The 12-county area that is our focus is almost one-sixth of the land area of the state. It is home for nearly a quarter of a million people. Rich in human, geographic, cultural and economic diversity, Alabama 's Black Belt got its name from the rich, dark soil found here. The area also is home to the highest percentage of African American residents in Alabama .

Web Address

www.blackbeltfound.org

Social Media Links

Twitter - @BlackBeltFound

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Recent News from Black Belt Community Foundation


Worth Books
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation, Charles Schwab Foundation, Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque, Hewlett Foundation

Philanthropy, like other sectors facing a moral reckoning on racial equity, continues to have a vital role ... So, there's a rural philanthropic capital...more

Impact investing gains steam as tool for remedying racism in lending
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors

... a philanthropic group that also offers organizational capacity building. ... said Patrick Briaud, senior adviser with Rockefeller Philanthropy...more

Alabama Foundations Help Communities Get CARES Act Funding
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors

Impact investing isn't new to the Alabama Power Foundation, which since 2017 has begun to explore different models for investing as a tool for...more

Black Belt Community Foundation, HOPE and partners announce help for Alabama communities
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

BBCF will require confirmation from state government that the expenditures are reimbursable before the grant is made and will allow only...more

BBCF to benefit from Regions' rural support effort
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

Regions' donation will go to support the work of two organizations – Black Belt Community Foundation (BBCF) and Hope Enterprise...more

Creative financing to unlock COVID aid in Alabama
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

Without an innovative collaboration between Black Belt Community Foundation, Hope Credit Union Enterprise Corp. and several local...more

The Brief: Unlocking COVID aid in Alabama, Indonesia's smallholder fish farmers, impossible food ...
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation, Tides Foundation

In an innovative collaboration, The Black Belt Community Foundation's COVID-19 Access Program will lend up to $50,000 to towns and...more

USDA partners with Black Belt Community Foundation to provide fresh produce to households
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

Volunteers who helped work the food drive at the Carrollton Service Center on Thursday, July 16, 2020. BY BRIAN HAMILTON Managing...more

Black Belt Community Foundation and partners offer $10000 scholarship
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

That's a trend that Dunning, former president of Albany State University (ASU) in Georgia, seeks to change. To that end, Dunning and Taylor Jones...more

BBCF go virtual for 2020 Black Belt Arts Symposium
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Black Belt Community Foundation (BBCF) will conduct their annual arts symposium virtually this...more

Geographic Focus

Bullock County, AL
Choctaw County, AL
Dallas County, AL
Greene County, AL
Hale County, AL
Lowndes County, AL
Macon County, AL
Marengo County, AL
Perry County, AL
Pickens County, AL
Sumter County, AL
Wilcox County, AL

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The 2014 Social Enterprise Awards, now on is 2nd year, has revealed its finalists, which include “businesses that turn household waste into wages, employ the disadvantaged through the baking of artisan breads, or transform the purchasing power of toilet paper into life-saving sanitation.”




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