Dr. Erin H. Moore, Executive Director
Based in the United States
Chapters throughout the United States
Community Investment Network
The Community Investment Network inspires, connects and strengthens African Americans and communities of color to leverage their collective resources to create the change THEY wish to see.
CIN began in 2004 when a small group began to educate and advocate for more people of color to "focus on the supply side of philanthropy." Historically and presently, institutional foundations provide a small percentage of their grantmaking dollars as well as staff positions and board seats to people of color. Therefore, CIN began to educate people of color about time, talent and treasure and how we come from ancestors and long traditions of philanthropy and self-help.