Philanthropic Giving and Practice

the goal

Shift best practices to redistribute wealth and build an Indigenous and Black-led philanthropic infrastructure through which we can model best practices to redistribute wealth from a reparations approach. We do this through our decolonized reparations-based fund and donor community, Liberated Capital.

What does it look like?

We support foundations, donors and finance professionals working across the loans-to-gifts spectrum to redistribute wealth with values of racial justice. This support includes education and engagement through donor advising, workshops, and presentations.

We’re also building an innovative Indigenous, Black and POC-led philanthropic intermediary, Liberated Capital, to increase investment in communities of color that have historically been marginalized by philanthropy and other forms of investment.

our impact

We engaged tens of thousands of sector leaders through keynote presentations and workshops at 150+ events

We distributed more than $2.1 million to Black and Indigenous communities in 2020.

We advised donors on investing more than $150M new dollars towards racial justice last year

More Areas of Work

Decolonizing Wealth Project works in three primary areas. Learn more about how we apply our values to we do, and the impact of our work.
Creating decolonized resources, tools and spaces to promote transformation.
Visibility is important to achieve change and impact BIPOC communities.