the Face of Philanthropy Summit: The African American Millennial Summit on
Giving & Civic Leadership
United Way National Capital Area
1101 15th St. NW
Washington, DC 20005
9:00 am – 8:00 pm
9:15 am – 5:15 pm
About Changing The
Face of Philanthropy Summit
This is the only two-day intensive of its kind bringing together
young black professionals ages 25- 40 to strengthen giving behaviors, and
develop strategic action plans for civic leadership and involvement.
targeted workshops, compelling keynote speakers and meaningful dialogue,
attendees will leave with measureable plans for effective community engagement.
Who should attend?
Those passionate about giving and committed to serious training
to ensure effective community work results. The Summit is designed to equip
young, black professionals with effective leadership tools in the areas of
community engagement and involvement. Anyone with a desire to strengthen their
civic work is welcomed to attend.
Why should I attend?
Think of the summit as professional development for your civic
career. You should attend to become more effective in your civic work or learn
how to get started in your civic work. Not to mention, the networking
opportunities will be invaluable! Past Summit attendees have worked for
companies and organizations such as:
JP Morgan Chase
Teach for America
Bank of America
US Department of Labor
George Washington University
Council on Foundations
Department of Justice
Dance Theatre of Harlem
Booz Allen Hamilton
Wells Fargo Advisors
Wells Fargo Bank
Come learn, share best practices, network, and yes, have a good
ol’ time! We look forward to having you at the Summit!
About Friends of Ebonie
Friends of Ebonie is a for-profit social impact
organization focused on social responsibility and philanthropy for African
American millennials. What does this mean exactly? It means we are in the
business of providing insight, programming, resources and access for and about
young black professionals and giving.