TEACH YOUNG BLACK BOYS TO BE FUTURE PHILANTHROPISTS!
Calling all male mentors! Join Capital Cause for a one-hour workshop that empowers young black boys to be changemakers in their community by giving their time, talent and treasure. This workshop will take place during the official kickoff of the "My Brother's Keeper...Responding to the Call" event being hosted at Paul PCS Charter school on May 8, 2014. See more details by clicking here:
Male mentors will join us for a "hands-on" rap session that engages young boys in (a) defining philanthropy and giving back (b) identifying positive male role models and (c) determining what actions they can take to create change. The only requirement is that speakers share their personal stories about giving back and philanthropy.
Our first "My Brother's Keepers Initiative" was in partnership with the Black Man Can Institute and influenced the lives of 25 young men of color. We hope this 2nd iteration will be just as powerful!
ABOUT CAPITAL CAUSE PIPELINE PROJECT:
The Capital Cause Pipeline Project involves young philanthropists in teaching students about giving back. In partnership with local schools, Capital Cause is seeking to build a pipeline of future philanthropists committed to giving back to their communities.