Ciara and Russell Wilson announced they’re donating $500,000 to nonprofits in Colorado annually.

Former President Barack Obama has teamed up with Airbnb to launch a scholarship program for aspiring civic leaders.

The National Park Service is awarding $16.2 million in grants to preserve historic landmarks connected to the civil rights movement.

Fayetteville State University was awarded a $2.3 million grant to advance its STEM education initiatives.

Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott donated $12 million to a nonprofit dedicated to eliminating medical school expenses for BIPOC students.

The Black Future Co-op Fund has donated $1.05 million to Black women-led organizations on the frontlines fighting for justice in Washington.

The Bray School—the nation’s oldest standing schoolhouse for African American children—recently received a $5 million preservation grant.

Howard University received a $2 million endowment to digitize its Black Press Archive.

The space where Detroit’s first Black-owned bookstore lived has received a preservation grant from the National Park Service.

Spelman College received a $2 million grant for the creation of a new STEM center.

A collection of grants totaling $1 million will go towards the preservation of historic African American sites throughout the country.

The National Institutes of Health awarded Tuskegee University with an $8.5 million grant to advance research surrounding racial health disparities.