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Pan-African Women's Philanthropy Network

PAWPNet works to strengthen the capacity of Pan-African women to improve the future of their communities, families and children.

Pan-African Women's Action Summit

The Pan-African Women's Action Summit 2011 was a great success.

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Read reports of PAWAS sessions in our blog. (PAWPNet membership is required to read our blog. Sign Up today for free to become a PAWPNet member!)

Video from the plenaries will soon be available.

Also check our photos from PAWAS 2011, which are being constantly updated.

 

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Pan-African Communities have the World's Highest Rates of Infant Mortality

Started by Pan-African Women's Philanthropy. Last reply by EYITOPE SUCCESS- ADEKUNLE Jul 30, 2010. 9 Replies

What can we do as Pan-African Women to support relief and re-building in Haiti.

Started by Pan-African Women's Philanthropy. Last reply by Faye V. Harrison Nov 3, 2010. 1 Reply

"Redefining" Portrayals of Black Women

Started by Pan-African Women's Philanthropy Jun 27, 2011. 0 Replies

the need for education

Started by akanji mobolaji olubukola Apr 23, 2010. 0 Replies

 

Give Change for Change this Black Philanthropy Month!

Support Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green's Ora Lee Smith Cancer Research Foundation

This year, as part of the Black Philanthropy Month (BPM) season, BPM Founder, Dr. Jackie Copeland-Carson, is calling our community to action to Give-Change-for-Change and support Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green's Ora Lee Smith's Foundation

Dr. Green and her Foundation are developing promising laser technology that could cure cancer one day without the damaging effects of chemotherapy or radiation.  

If every black American gave at least $1, Dr. Green could raise $40 million of the $100 million she needs to do human trials, pursue FDA approval, and keep the cost of this amazing technology affordable for people who need it.

The U.S. is facing a cancer crisis.  Over a half-million people are diagnosed with cancer each year. More than a million people die of cancer each year.  

A professor at Morehouse School of Medicine, Dr. Green is a well-respected scientist with wide media coverage. But raising funds for black and female innovators is not always easy.

Can't you spare just $1 before to test this unprecedented cancer treatment during this August for Black Philanthropy Month?  

Don't stop at $1.  Give more, if you can.  

But if the country's 40 million black Americans' each gave just $1 dollar to the nonprofit Ora Lee Cancer Research Foundation, we can lead the nation, maybe curing cancer in our lifetimes.

Spread the word, organizing your churches, schools, fraternities, sororities, giving circles and more to Spare some Change to Change Cancer.  Make your tax deductible donation here.  

Thank you for being a BIG Gamechanger for Black Philanthropy Month.  

Let's Change the Game for Cancer for All!

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PAWPNet is a vital and unique community of diverse black women and their supporters throughout the world.  We act as an online advisor, information clearinghouse, referral source, and convener to increase the visibility and impact of African-descent women's leadership and giving.

PAWPNet's primary expenses are for maintaining our online community and our various convenings, including Pan-African Women's summits, Black Philanthropy Month, New Black Voices health summits, and other convenings.

Donations to Pan-African Women’s Philanthropy Network Fund will be processed by Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a 501(c)(3) public charity registered in the United States, EIN# 20-5205488. Contributions will be tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. SVCF will provide a formal acknowledgment letter containing tax-deduction language for your records. Support our work at tinyurl.com/PAWPNetGives

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