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Show your support during Black Philanthropy Month by listening to these podcasts that explore the intersections of race and philanthropy.

5 Podcasts for Nonprofit Leaders This Black Philanthropy Month

As nonprofit leaders, a great way to show your support during Black Philanthropy Month is by learning more about the intersections between race and philanthropy. Whether on your commute to work or during an evening stroll, there are plenty of ways to stay engaged as you enjoy the last few weeks of summer.

The podcasts below provide nonprofit practitioners with useful industry how-to’s, explore the diverse giving histories of Black cultures, and engage with larger discussions about the challenges and unique victories of being Black in philanthropy. 

  1. The Black Fundraisers Podcast with Kia Croom sheds light on the challenges Black fundraisers contend with and how they find the motivation to carry on in spite of them.

  2. A. Nicole Campbell’s Build Up Advisor Group is the first Black female-founded advisory group focused exclusively on social sector infrastructure design. Their podcast, Nonprofit Build Up, facilitates conversations between Campbell and nonprofit experts on the in’s and out’s of the industry. 

  3. In Nonprofit Lowdown, Rhea Wong reviews and recommends the best ideas, resources, tools, tricks and tips to run your nonprofit like a pro.

  4. The Giving Black Podcast is the world’s first podcast dedicated to Black philanthropy and generosity across the African continent, to the Caribbean, Europe, to North America, South America, and across the globe.

  5. Possibility Project is a BIPOC-led open conversation series that keeps the big, bold, and not often-discussed topics at the forefront of their work in disrupting the social sector. 


Rodlyn-mae Banting

Communications Associate (She/Her/Hers)