Black Philanthropy Month &
Give 8/28 Day

Support more than 160 local Black-benefiting nonprofits in August through the Midlands Gives year-round platform.


What is Black Philanthropy Month?

Black Philanthropy Month (BPM), observed every August, is a national, coordinated effort to celebrate African-descent giving in all its forms. We, along with our African American Philanthropy Committee, celebrate this month each year to recognize and uplift the voices of our region’s Black philanthropists. Through stories and action-focused communication, we share how Black philanthropists impact our community with their time, talent, and treasure.

What is Give 8/28?

Give 8/28 is a national, concentrated day of giving that builds on the momentum of BPM. Donors can use the Midlands Gives year-round platform to support more than 160 local Black-benefiting nonprofits on August 28. We proudly support Give 8/28 and welcome community members to support one of the more than 160 nonprofits on the Midlands Gives year-round giving platform.


Information for Nonprofits

During Black Philanthropy Month and Give 8/28, we will provide marketing and outreach support. Nonprofits are encouraged to engage their donors and the community. Take a look at some strategies nonprofits can use to get involved.


We, along with our African American Philanthropy Committee will also award prizes to Black-benefiting nonprofits raising funds on Midlands Gives during August.


For more planning resources, please visit the Nonprofit Resource Hub on Midlands Gives.