Pass The Baton

The Baton Foundation is a grass-roots organization that relies on support from concerned citizens and community members to help it fulfill its mission to help Black boys (and their families and communities) develop the skills to assess their own levels of self-worth, and their own attitudes regarding race and Black culture.

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$520 of $25,000 raised

Pass the Baton!

Help us reach our inaugural campaign goal of $25,000.

Your generosity drives our Cultural Heritage Program’s seminars and travel, provides the necessary resources to fund our Arts & Humanities and Community Engagement programs, and gives Black boys and girls exciting opportunities to learn about their history and culture in the Explorers Camp. Every dollar you give serves our mission, our youth, and our communities. We believe that by investing in the education of our youth and in our communities’ cultural health, we invest in ourselves and strengthen our collective resiliency. Help us pass the baton.

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DISCLAIMER: Donations made to The Baton Foundation at this time are NOT tax deductible. We appreciate your desire to contribute to and support The Baton Foundation. Currently, The Baton Foundation is incorporated as a Georgia nonprofit organization; thus, your donation (should you wish to make one at this time) is NOT tax deductible. The Foundation’s leadership is in the process of securing nonprofit status–501(c)(3)–from the Internal Revenue Service, and we expect the process to be completed in 2018. During this time of growth, your support is invaluable. If you can forgo the tax deduction, please make a financial contribution to help us further our efforts to educate Black boys and our community. Otherwise, join our email list and we will let you know when IRS nonprofit status is conferred. Thank you for considering us as part of your charitable giving plan.

The Baton Foundation exists to strengthen Black boys and adolescents emotionally, culturally, and intellectually.

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