Black Greek Festival is committed to providing advocacy and activism opportunities for the Greek community and beyond.
Through our 501(c)3 designated nonprofit entity, The Black Greek Festival Foundation, we have contributed funding and impact to local D.C. communities and initiatives.
Thank you to our Foundation partners.
Target, Walmart, More Than a Protest, University of District of Columbia, Aunt Jackie’s, and The Black Hair Experience.
500 care kits distributed to people experiencing homelessness during the inaugural Festival weekend.
More than $1,500 in funding provided to traditionally underserved communities and schools in D.C.
Participation in the annual Thanksgiving Turkey Drive in partnership with Ballou High School and Councilmember Trayon White.
More than 75 Black-owned haircare products given to low-income communities in D.C. through community service events