Our Core Partners

Our Core Movement Partners are doing the work in our communities necessary to provide Black girls and women with the resources and support they need to thrive. Learn more about the SBGWC Core Movement Partners below. 

Highlander Research and Education Center is a catalyst for grassroots organizing and movement building in Appalachia and the South. The Center works with people fighting for justice, equality, and sustainability, supporting their efforts to take collective action to shape their own destiny.

CoThinkk is dedicated to social change philanthropy by investing time, talent, and treasure to accelerate positive changes in communities of color in Asheville and Western North Carolina.

Black Women’s Roundtable is a signature program of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation, serving as NCBCP’s intergenerational leadership development, mentoring, empowerment and power building arm for Black women and girls.

RestoreHER is a policy advocacy reentry organization led by and for justice-involved women of color based in Georgia that seeks to address the social determinants of criminalization and intersectionality of social inequities through education, leadership, and policy change.

Circle of Joy Giving Circle is a philanthropic vehicle that promotes collective giving. As a group, members of the Circle pool their contributions and strategically invest in improving the quality of life for the youth of the Atlanta Metro Area.

SisterLove Inc. is on a mission to eradicate the adverse impact of HIV and other reproductive justice health challenges impacting women and their families through education, prevention, support, and human rights advocacy in the United States and around the world.

EveryBlackGirl Inc., a 501(c3) community-based organization, is a national campaign and program focused creating a world where Every Black Girl can thrive.

Southern Rural Black Women’s Initiative for Economic and Social Justice promotes the first human rights agenda in the United States aimed at eradicating historical race, class, cultural, religious, and gender barriers experienced by Southern rural Black women.

For Her: A Black Women Giving Movement for Black Girls provides grant funding to provide services, supports, and opportunities to Black girls who are vulnerable to and survivors of sex trafficking and abuse.

Datule’ Artist Collective seeks to provide unique culturally relevant music, art, and literary expressions for successful event planning, while working toward solidarity economy opportunities for historically marginalized artists and culture-bearers.

BAMA Kids exists to improve the well-being, both physically and spiritually, of youth in Wilcox County by combining organized recreational and educational activities, developing and promoting leadership involvement for youth and their parents, and by promoting life skills to prevent substance abuse and other harmful activities.