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

Community Foundation Background


  

Recent News from Black Belt Community Foundation


Black Belt Community Foundation announces 2019 Arts Grant Cycle
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

The BBCF will be hosting 12 Grant Seeking Workshops for the organizations who are interested in applying for a 2019 Arts Grant. Attendance at one...more

Community gatherings and national livestream mark 2019 National Day of Racial Healing
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation, Communities Foundation of Texas, Kellogg Foundation

In Selma, Alabama, the Selma Center for Nonviolence, Truth and Reconciliation, in partnership with the Black Belt Community Foundation, is hosting...more

How Bills fans can get involved by bidding on “My Cause My Cleats” footwear
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

... an Alabama native, represented a cause that is close to him during this year's My Cause My Cleats game – the Black Belt Community...more

Grants Being Made Available in Dallas County
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation, Kellogg Foundation

Work supported by W.K. Kellogg Foundation for Selma and Dallas County ... The total amount of grants awarded this year will not exceed $25,000...more

Grants Being Made Available in Dallas County
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

“Black Belt Community Foundation Launches First Re-Granting Cycle for Its Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) Process Work...more

Black Belt Community Foundation and UWA to host 2018 Black Belt Arts & Culture Symposium
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

SELMA, AL - August 28, 2018: On Saturday, September 8th, leaders of the arts will come together for a special, day-long event to explore the...more

Head Start expanding in Alabama's Black Belt
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

Funding from the black Belt Community Foundation has allowed the Head Start/Early Head Start program in Linden to open in a new...more

Humane Society receives grant
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

The Bullock County Humane Society was one of eight Bullock County organizations that received grants from the Black Belt Community...more

Black Belt Grants
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

Dozens of organizations in 12 Black Belt counties were awarded grants by the Black Belt Community Foundation today. We are excited to...more

Leaders in 12 Alabama counties lead fundraising for Black Belt Community Foundation grants
Foundation: Black Belt Community Foundation

SELMA, AL - June 26, 2018: For the past 14 years, the Black Belt Community Foundation has been a leading organization for securing...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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