The Institute for Black Male Achievement recently announced the awardees of its first-ever Capacity-Building Grants. Three Oakland-based agencies were selected to be part of the 20 member cohort, which includes representation from across nonprofit organizations, public school systems, universities, faith-based organizations, networks, and city governments.
Grantees were selected based on the following criteria:
clarity of the black male outcomes they aim to achieve and how those outcomes are achieved;
clarity about capacity needs and focus on improving targeted capacity areas, leadership’s commitment to building capacity, demonstrated time and attention ...