We design collective programming for student enrichment while advocating for local grassroots nonprofits.Learn More
We invest in Black nonprofits and young entrepreneurs to create new programs and EdTech solutions for students.Learn More
We combine real-time community feedback data with artificial intelligence to pursue impactful program investments.Learn More
According to the Association of Black Foundation Executives, only 1.8% of philanthropic dollars go to Black-led organizations. Our core belief at the MyVillage Project is that Black-led nonprofits hold the intellectual property required for student academic success.
Our strategy is to equip these nonprofits with the recurring income necessary to sustain community-designed solutions for education.Learn More
Coordinate student enrichment programs with at least 75% of local Black-led nonprofits and organizations.
Establish recurring income to support (1) full-time employee for each nonprofit community partner.
Leverage real-time community feedback to develop local programs that improve student academic outcomes.
“Our volunteer after-school initiative has sent over 75 kids into STEM degrees in 8 years. Partnering with MVP helped raise awareness and funds to support our program.”
Mentoring Families and Kids
National Society of Black Engineers Jr.
“Working with the MVP allows us the opportunity to partner with other Black-led organizations to broaden our mentoring initiatves and assist with others.”
100 Black Men of Jacksonville
“As a new organization, we leveraged investments from the MyVillage Project to partner with other grassroot nonprofits to host our first fundraiser.”
Kreative Kids and Beyond
We're catalyzing Black communities with your generous support.
Each city has its set of unique challenges and assets, so we leverage pre-existing partnerships to collect authentic feedback. Using a decentralized Web3 approach to community engagement, we understand that scalability is only achieved when multiple programs and initiatives are integrated to improve students outcomes.
We partner with Foundations to help them make investments in community collectives led by Black nonprofits. Our partners agree that student academic outcomes improve when those most impacted have the resources to implement their own solutions.
Despite the racial wealth gap, Black households give 25% more of their income annually than any other racial group. We work with local community philanthropists of all kinds that are willing to give of their time, talents, and treasure.
Educating the “whole child” means prioritizes the full scope of a child's developmental needs both in and out of schools. We help K-12 educators to better measure and quantify student enrichment outside of schools.