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To Make What We Need

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LATEST NEWS

  • Calling non-profit organizations based in and serving the Alabama Black Belt to join us for a VIRTUAL GRANT SEEKERS WORKSHOP for the 2021 BBCF Community Grant Cycle. Non-profit organizations and groups with a fiscal sponsor in the following counties are eligible to apply:  Bullock, Choctaw,......

  • The Black Belt Community Foundation is announcing its 2021  Arts Grant Cycle. Community-­‐‑based organizations from Bullock, Choctaw, Dallas, Greene,  Hale, Lowndes, Macon, Marengo, Perry, Pickens, Sumter, and Wilcox Counties are encouraged to apply. The BBCF seeks to support organizations who engage citizens from the Black......

  • As we celebrate the holidays, we would like to invite you to a very special introduction event for the new scholarship. Our event will be an hour-long on-line ZOOM event on (Wednesday, Dec. 16th at 1PM CST). Please Register here in advance through Eventbrite. Registration......

  • Alabama’s local governments have access to hundreds of millions of dollars in federal money to help fight the coronavirus, but nearly all of that money remains unspent. And if they don’t spend it soon, it could go back to the federal government. “We know these......

  • As head of the Black Belt Community Foundation, Felecia Lucky never imagined she’d get into the business of providing short-term liquidity for local governments, but hey, that’s 2020 for you. The need emerged earlier this year, at a meeting of the Black Belt COVID Task......