In today's scan of the Internet I found this article on the web site of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. It's titled, "Four Steps Foundations Should Take to Address Racial Equity".
In Step 1 they point to the map shown below, which you can find at this link.
In other articles about philanthropy on this blog, and in the Tutor/Mentor blog, I've focused on the need to invest on-going funds in building strong organizations serving youth and families in high poverty, high minority, neighborhoods. I've encouraged funders to create maps like this, showing organizations doing needed work, and showing who is being funded. The map above is one of two on the site.
If you're a Black-led organization and not yet on the map, click here, to introduce yourself and be added to the map.
I've been building a map-based directory for over 20 years and understand how difficult it is to gather the information, and keep it updated from year to year. It takes the active involvement of organizations seeking funds, as well as those providing funds, and the intermediary who builds and manages the map.