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pgchangemakers

We work to provide practical solutions to embedded racists systems of oppression through organizing power, advocating for better policies that center our needs, and educating residents on issues that plagued our communities.

LGBTQ Pride 365
$1,000
per year
Today's Balance
$209,705.58
Estimated Annual Budget
$297,545

About


PG ChangeMakers is a coalition of Prince George’s County community members, activists, and or organizations committed to ensuring that Black lives matter in our county and state. We exist to create a safe space to elevate the voices, ideas and needs of the BLACK community.   

Our mission is to stand in solidarity with our community, to break down systems built on systemic racism. We will hold accountable those that continue to enable those systems of oppression that exist and those that benefit from them. 

What we do: We work to provide practical solutions to embedded racists systems of oppression inflicted on our communities through organizing power, advocating for better policies that center our needs, and educating residents on issues that plagued our communities. We demand justice and accountability from those that mean to harm us because of the color of our skin. 

Who are our members: Our membership consists of policy analysts, educators, senior directors, legal staff, service workers, entrepreneurs, photographers, historians, journalists, editors, graphic artists, data analysts and allies. So anyone that believes in our mission is welcome to join no matter the color of their skin.  


Our team

Co-founder

Admin
Amity Pope Co-Founder

Krystal

Admin

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Top financial contributors

Individuals

1
S K

$350 USD since Oct 2021

2
James & Charnene Freeny

$150 USD since Mar 2022

3
Brandon

$150 USD since Jun 2022

4
Victor Ramirez

$125 USD since Jun 2021

5
Jolene Ivey

$100 USD since Jun 2021

6
Briana Urbina

$100 USD since Jun 2021

7
Cynthia Newcomer

$100 USD since Jun 2021

8
Eric Olson

$100 USD since Jul 2021

9
Carol Hurwitch Pod

$100 USD since Feb 2022

10
Jen Simonds

$72 USD since Jun 2021

11
Richard Elliott

$55 USD since Aug 2021

12
Amy Gellatly

$50 USD since Jun 2021

13
Tom Adams

$50 USD since May 2022

14
Brianne Boylan

$20 USD since May 2022

Organizations

1
Meyer Foundation

$250,000 USD since Aug 2021

2
Horning Family Foundation

$100,000 USD since Jan 2022

3
Center for Science in the Public Interest

$46,758.6 USD since Oct 2022

4
Friends of Eve T. Shuman

$250 USD since Jul 2021

pgchangemakers is all of us

Our contributors 21

Thank you for supporting pgchangemakers.

Co-founder

Admin
Amity Pope Co-Founder

Krystal

Admin

Meyer Foundation

$250,000 USD

Horning Famil...

$100,000 USD

Center for Sc...

$46,759 USD

S K

$350 USD

James & Charn...

$150 USD

Brandon

$150 USD

Victor Ramirez

$125 USD

Jolene Ivey

$100 USD

Briana Urbina

sponsor

$100 USD

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from EZCATER*SUBWAY to pgchangemakers

-$242.98 USD
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Debit from pgchangemakers to Elsie Jacobs

-$500.39USD
Paid
Invoice #104915
-$16,791.48 USD
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Today’s balance

$209,705.58 USD

Total raised

$369,639.27 USD

Total disbursed

$159,933.69 USD

Estimated annual budget

$297,544.68 USD

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News from pgchangemakers

Updates on our activities and progress.

We've been busy in the streets of PG County!

Always lending a helping hand to those in need. We ended the summer with a bang!...
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Published on September 2, 2021 by Co-founder

Juneteenth Statement

This year has been a year not very different for too many Black people, in a sense. Economic and healthcare disparities are greater, due to Covid-19, police are still legally progressing in murdering us in the streets and now, in 2021, June...
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Published on June 20, 2021 by Co-founder

Juneteenth Statement

This year has been a year not very different for too many Black people, in a sense. Economic and healthcare disparities are greater, due to Covid-19, police are still legally progressing in murdering us in the streets and now, in 2021, June...
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Published on June 20, 2021 by Co-founder

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What is Juneteenth to you?

Published on June 20, 2021 by Co-founder

This year has been a year not very different for too many Black people, in a sense. Economic and healthcare disparities are greater, due to Covid-19, police are still legally progressing in murdering us in the streets and now, in 2021, June...

LGBTQ PRIDE 365

Published on May 29, 2021 by Co-founder

June is Pride Month - what are others doing to elevate the voices of the community?