The Schott Foundation for Public Education - The Black Male Donor Collaborative

About

The Black Male Donor Collaborative is a year-old collaborative funding initiative that seeks to reduce the academic achievement gap and raise the academic performance, graduation rates, and college readiness of Black males in New York City. As a collaborative, the resources, skills, and experiences of the donor members are leveraged to sustain systemic education reforms addressing this achievement gap. The Collaborative is comprised of a broad base of foundation and corporate donors, as well as individual donors, who jointly develop grant guidelines, bylaws, and make joint funding decisions. The Black Male Donor Collaborative is administered by the Schott Foundation for Public Education and is an affiliate of the Pipeline Crisis/Winning Strategies Initiative, a multi-disciplinary community engagement initiative that addresses the crisis facing Black males. This initiative is spearheaded by Sullivan & Cromwell, LLP and Goldman Sachs.

www.schottfoundation.org/funds/black-male-donor-collaborative

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