Black Women Benefit (BWB) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a mission to embrace, empower, and invest in Black Women. Our organization provides bimonthly emergency financial awards and free wellness workshops to Black Women throughout the United States. In 2021, we expanded our offerings to include free group therapy for Black women in Maryland, and as of this year, we will have at least three free therapy cohorts.
Our overarching goal is to enact our mission so well that we don’t need to exist one day. We believe as we grow and execute the three pillars– embrace, empower, invest, our goal will be achieved sooner rather than later with your help.
Learn more about our programs, calendar, and financial awards and their relation to our mission.
Think Big. Act Bigger.
Meet our members
As the Executive Director, Kyaira leads BWB in strategic planning and program implementation.
Director of Development
As the Director of Development, Courtne facilitates and leads all fundraising efforts.
Social Media Coordinator
As the Social Media Coordinator, Delaina focuses on our engagement on Twitter by keeping the account up to date, as well as engaging with our followers and discussing current topics.
Director of Marketing
As the Director of Marketing, Leah leads BWB's strategic marketing efforts.
As the administrative coordinator, Erin takes care of our scheduling, meeting notes, and other admin work.
Together we make all the difference
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“I need to see my own beauty and to continue to be reminded that I am enough, that I am worthy of love without effort, that I am beautiful, that the texture of my hair and that the shape of my curves, the size of my lips, the color of my skin, and the feelings that I have are all worthy and okay.”
-Tracee Ellis Ross