Be a Champion of The Lighthouse Black Girl Projects

Here at The Lighthouse | Black Girl Projects, we believe that power is space and time, in all iterations of the phrase. In order for Black girls to thrive in this world, they must have spaces dedicated to the sole purpose of their uplift, ideas, stories and growth. Our mission to be an unflickering light for Black girls and women depend on the gracious donations of our champions and support of our funders. Through their support over the past two years, we have:  

• Built relationships with 15 colleges and universities;
• Had more than a 500 percent increase in the number of people we have worked with across our eight projects;
• Grown our team—staff, fellows and regular contributors—by 100 percent;
• Gained commitments from more funders to invest in our work moving forward.

With your support, we will be able to work with even more Black girls and women, help them to discover the leaders they were meant to be, providing them the support to overcome many of the systemic challenges that keep too many of them from going after their dreams.

Will you champion The Lighthouse by donating? We work hard to use your support in a way that makes the most impact in our community. Make a one-time or recurring donation, knowing the money we fundraise goes directly back into the work we champion.

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      We are a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, EIN 82-2064693. All contributions are tax deductible. No goods or services will be provided in exchange for this donation.

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      Phyllis Hill | $50

      Central United Methodist Church | $100

      Kim | $500

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