CLLCTIVLY Hosts 2nd Annual “Day of Giving” to Support 50 Black-Led Organizations in Baltimore and Generate 100,000 Donors During 24-Hour Campaign August 7, 2020

Social impact organization seeks to inspire philanthropy and economic sustainability by encouraging individuals to donate $10 to a Black-led organization at

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND — In honor of “Black Philanthropy Month,” on August 7, 2020, social impact organization, CLLCTIVLY will launch its 2nd Annual Day of Giving (#CLLCTIVGIVE) for Black-led social change organizations serving in Greater Baltimore. This 24-hour online, day of giving is part of CLLCTIVLY’s mission to be a resource for the Greater Baltimore community that seeks to find, fund and partner with Black social change organizations. The one-day campaign seeks to recruit 100,000 donors to give $10 to a Black led organization on August 7th. To participate, visit and select an organization to support.

“Recent global demonstrations in support of Black lives have been powerful. Now, we must take the next step. We must work to ensure that 20 years from now our children are not fighting the same battles. Our campaigns must be sustainable and centered on #BlackLife, not #BlackDeath, and that requires building Black-led infrastructure. We know that many of organizations have suffered due to COIV-19 and have had to cancel programming and events. There is no better time than during Black Philanthropy Month to rally our support behind Black-led organizations,” says Jamye Wooten, the founder of CLLCTIVLY.

Since its inception in 2019, CLLCTIVLY has awarded over 100 microgrants ranging from $500 to $2,000 each, to black-led businesses and organizations across Baltimore—and CLLCTIVLY is well on its way to achieving its goal of awarding 150 grants by the end of August.

“Our goal is to ignite support for organizations that often go unnoticed and under-resourced. Awareness is key. There are hundreds of organizations working hard in our communities every day. The more people know about the incredible changemakers in our communities, the more inclined they will be to support,” Wooten states.

ABOUT CLLCTIVLY is a social impact organization in Baltimore, Maryland that serves as a resource for those seeking to find, fund and partner with Black social change organizations in the Greater Baltimore community. CLLCTIVLY aims to create an ecosystem that fosters collaboration between Black-led organizations in Baltimore in an effort to mitigate fragmentation and duplication of programs. The organization also offers no-strings-attached micro-grants of varying amounts. Jamye Wooten, a co-founder of Baltimore United for Change, launched CLLCTIVLY in 2019. Support the social campaign using: #Give10 #CLLCTIVGIVE #WEGIVEBLACK