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List of HBCUs MacKenzie Scott just donated to as part of a $4.1 billion giveaway

List of HBCUs MacKenzie Scott just donated to as part of a $4.1 billion giveaway
Posted By: Reginald Culpepper on December 15, 2020

MacKenzie Scott just gave away over $4.1 billion dollars to remarkable and deserving institutions and organizations that do amazing work across the country and benefits greatly with their monetary gifts. If you were looking for a list of all of the HBCUs that were donated to, look no further as we bring you that all inclusive list. Be aware that 384 different organizations have received a part of this large donation by filling basic needs or addressing long-term systemic inequities that have been deepened by the crisis.



To view MacKenzie's blog post explaining the donation and the entire list of donation receivers, go to https://medium.com/@mackenzie_scott/384-wa...

HBCU MacKenzie Scott Donation List:
Alcorn State University - $25M
Bowie State University - $25M
Claflin University - $20M
Clark Atlanta University - $15M
Delaware State University - $20M
Dillard University - $5M
Elizabeth City State University - $15M
Lincoln University - Pennsylvania - $20M
Morgan State University - $40M
Norfolk State University - $40M
North Carolina A&T State University - $45M
Prairie View A&M University - $50M
Tougaloo College - unknown
University of Maryland at Eastern Shore - unknown
Virginia State University - $30M
Voorhees College - unknown
Winston-Salem State University - $30M

Congratulations to all the HBCUs! Let's put the more than generous donations to excellent use!

To Ms. MacKenzie Scott, Thank You from the bottom of our hearts. We appreciate YOU! You are awesome! I love it! God bless you!
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