Frequently asked questions

How can I donate money?

You are welcome to make a donation here. If you are a private donor, foundation, or institution interested in donating, and you would like to make a contribution over $25,000, please email Tara Quarrie, G4GC’s VP of Development at: Tara@G4GC.org.

Please note that G4GC is a fiscally sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, and Your donation will be processed by them, and they will send confirmation of donation receipt.

How can I be a grantee? / Can you fund my project/organization?

The Black Girl Freedom Fund will share on this website and social media when there is an open call for applications. Stay connected and stay tuned for details on upcoming grantmaking cycles. 

How can I join your newsletter or email list?

Join our newsletter here!

What’s the difference between #1Billion4BlackGirls and the Black Girl Freedom Fund?

#1Billion4BlackGirls is a campaign that is a call to action to invest one billion dollars in the joy, leadership, and innovation of Black girls, gender-expansive youth and their families by 20230. Grantmakers for Girls of Color (G4GC) is a lead partner and co-creator of this campaign. The Black Girl Freedom Fund (BGFF) is one of many funds at G4GC that specifically focuses on resourcing organizations and projects that center Black girls and gender-expansive youth.

How can I learn more about the Black Girl Freedom Fund grantee partners?

We want you to learn about BGFF grantee partners and directly fund them! See our full list of BGFF grantee partners [here].

How can I learn more about the Black Girl Freedom Fund?

Read the “About” section and follow #1B4BG on social media, and sign up for our newsletter.

If your question has not been answered above, please send us a message with details or email us at BGFF@G4GC.org