The HBCU Green Fund envisions a future where historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) serve as models of sustainability, promoting social, economic, and environmental justice.
Our mission is to empower HBCUs to become resiliency hubs and anchors for sustainable development, working towards justice and equity for people of African descent.
By investing in HBCUs, we believe we can drive social justice and equity forward, creating thriving green spaces and transforming vulnerable communities into resilient and sustainable spaces.
Together, we can transform vulnerable communities into thriving green spaces. Investing in HBCUs generates multiple dividends, advancing social justice and equity. Connect with us to make a difference today.
We envision a future where HBCUs serve as models of sustainability, creating thriving green spaces that promote social, economic, and environmental justice for all. We strive to transform vulnerable communities into resilient and sustainable spaces, championing the advancement of people of African descent.
Our mission is to advance sustainability at HBCUs and in the communities they serve. We aim to empower HBCUs to become resiliency hubs and sustainable development anchors, working towards justice and equity for people of African descent.
Justice and Equity: We are committed to fostering justice and equity for people of African descent by promoting sustainable development, education, and opportunities within HBCUs and their communities.
We believe in the power of sustainability to create positive change. By encouraging energy efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainable practices, we strive for a more sustainable future.
We recognize that addressing complex challenges requires collaboration. We actively seek partnerships with organizations, individuals, and HBCUs to leverage collective expertise and resources.
We empower HBCUs, students, and communities to be agents of change. Through education, engagement, and support, we enable individuals to make a meaningful impact on environmental and social justice.