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Black Girls Vote: Changing the World Through Advocacy

Today, we are spotlighting the North Carolina Agriculture and Technology Institute’s Black Girls Vote chapter. Rhyann and Olivia, president and event coordinator of the Black Girls Vote Chapter at North Carolina A & T University, spoke to us about their campus and organization. We even learned more about what events…

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Nurture the Seeds of Social Justice

Today we are spotlighting Brown Hope, a non-profit social justice organization located in Portland, Oregon. Brown Hope is based on tangible change and relief from racial trauma, and supports Black, Brown, and Indigenous community members. Mission Statement “Plant and nurture the seeds for racial justice. We uplift, connect, and celebrate…

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GW: Civic Engagement in the Capital

This post is part of our Spotlight series, where we spotlight our incredible partners. We are so thrilled that GivePulse has been able to work with these nonprofits, institutions, and corporations! A special congratulations to George Washington University for receiving the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification this year.  The GW Experience…

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Inspiring Minds: Empowering Students Through Mentoring

This post is part of our Spotlight series, where we spotlight our incredible partners. We are so thrilled that GivePulse has been able to work with these nonprofits, institutions, and corporations! Inspired volunteers With mentoring programs spanning the Providence public school district, Inspiring Minds maintains deep ties to the Providence,…

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Dominican University of California: Sustained Community Relationships

This post is part of our Spotlight series, where we spotlight our incredible partners. We are so thrilled that GivePulse has been able to work with these nonprofits, institutions, and corporations! Sustained Community Relationships Dominican University of California, located in San Rafael, is a small school (just over 1300 undergraduate…

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