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CEO of The Robin Hood Foundation, Wes Moore, speaks during The Robin Hood Foundation’s 2018 benefit at Jacob Javitz Center on May 14, 2018 in New York City.

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One of Wall Street’s favorite charitable organizations has raised several million dollars to support a fund that invests in nonprofit groups run by people of color. 

The Robin Hood foundation’s Power Fund kicked off this summer as the coronavirus pandemic spread and amid nationwide protests sparked by the police killing of George Floyd on Memorial Day.  

Robin Hood funds over 200 poverty-fighting programs in New York City. It is led by Wes Moore, an author and former investment banker at Citigroup.

“I think part of the thing we’ve seen is that everything we’ve witnessed post George Floyd, these aren’t new things because of George Floyd,” Moore told CNBC. “I think that the conversations we’ve been able to

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TRUCKEE, Calif., Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The High Fives Foundation is proud to announce a new monthly giving campaign that includes a five-part video series called “Access to My” and a new homepage that will be 100% Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant with a full site redesign to follow. The new website content will be accessible to users who are blind, deaf, or have cognitive disorders.

Starting in September 2020 and running through February 2021, the Foundation will run the “Access to My” video campaign. A video from a Foundation grant recipient will be released each month: Jason Abraham, “Access to My – Family Adventures;” Justin Pines, “Access to My – Athletic Pursuits;” Samantha Summers, “Access to My – Outdoors;” Trevor Kennison, “Access to My – Dreams;” and Landon McGauley, “Access to My – Community.”

Each video will describe how

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TRUCKEE, Calif., Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The High Fives Foundation is proud to announce a new monthly giving campaign that includes a five-part video series called “Access to My” and a new homepage that will be 100% Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant with a full site redesign to follow. The new website content will be accessible to users who are blind, deaf, or have cognitive disorders.

Starting in September 2020 and running through February 2021, the Foundation will run the “Access to My” video campaign. A video from a Foundation grant recipient will be released each month: Jason Abraham, “Access to My – Family Adventures;” Justin Pines, “Access to My – Athletic Pursuits;” Samantha Summers, “Access to My – Outdoors;” Trevor Kennison, “Access to My – Dreams;” and Landon McGauley, “Access to My – Community.”

Each video will describe how

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