Black Philanthropy Month 2014, How You Can Get Involved In Harlem

August black philanthrapy monthBlack Give Back reported that August 1st marks the beginning of Black Philanthropy Month 2014 (#BPM2014), a month-long, multi-media campaign designed to inform, inspire and invest in Black philanthropic leadership. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Geoffrey Canada At Town&Country Philanthropy Summit

Geoffrey CanadaTown & Country will present the magazine’s first-ever Philanthropy Summit at Hearst Tower in New York City on Wednesday, May 28, 2014. The Summit gathers the country’s most passionate philanthropists and visionary leaders of charitable organizations, with Geoffrey Canada from Harlem Children’s Zone as one of the lead panelist. Continue Reading →

High School Internships at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

harlem-cares-mentoring-movementDear Harlem CARES Supporters,

The Metropolitan Museum of Art recently honored Susan Taylor, the National CARES Mentoring Program founder at a celebration of Women’s History Month. Continue Reading →

Join The Harlem Got Talent Campaign For Kids

4314530_origHarlem Got Talent, April 19, Philly music show update. With Clyde Frazier,. Sr., Beverly Lindsey Johnson, Music agent, Debra James, Supreme court justice, Corey Ortega, President West Harlem Democratic Club, and Brian Saide, mason brother. Have all purchase tickets to send a child to the show. Continue Reading →