CLLCTIVLY, a social change organization that, as stated on its website, centers on “Black genius, narrative power, social networks, and resource mobilization” is in the throes of its second CONNECT cohort.
The first cohort of 10 organizations, whose program spanned eight months, was made possible through a partnership with Maryland Nonprofits. The pilot program received $150,000 in funding from the Baltimore Children and Youth Fund. For the second cohort, Baltimore City Intergenerational Initiatives for Trauma and Youth (B-CIITY) is stepping in as a funding partner…. Read the full article here