Creating Change

The Neighborhood Fiber Company shows the power of community-driven corporate philanthropy Neighborhood Fiber Company CEO Karida Collins was raised in a Southern family that prioritized social justice and giving back. […]

Liberty Alumni Lead Fundraising Effort

Two years ago, Shelley Goldseker was reading a BCF Intersection newsletter like this one when she saw that her beloved alma mater, Liberty Elementary School (previously known simply as School […]

Small Grants Big Results

The Black Women & Girls Fund meets a critical need: operating support for under-resourced, overachieving organizations BCF donors offer value well beyond their financial resources, bringing diverse perspectives and expertise […]

Q&A with Harsh K. Trivedi

Harsh K. Trivedi, MD, MBA, Sheppard Pratt’s sixth president and chief executive officer, joined the BCF Board of Trustees in 2020. Dr. Trivedi is a board-certified psychiatrist and a child […]

Trailblazer Leaves a Lasting Legacy

Dorothy Krug paved the way for women in corporate America and beyond Aself-made woman. That’s how Clark Carter describes his second cousin, Dorothy Krug, who was hired as a secretary […]