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   ///management consulting
for///nonprofits &artists///to close the     
 equity gap/// 

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Serving You

Thrive Arts supports BIPOC artists and arts organizations with tools to build capacity, grow, and to serve their constituents at the highest level through:

 
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Why Thrive

We recognize people of color face particular challenges when starting, or growing, their organizations or creative endeavors. As BIPOC nonprofit leaders ourselves, we've been there. We now wish to share our decades of experience in the field with you, so you can benefit. You'll also gain partners invested in not just your short-term, but long-term growth as well. Learn more about us.

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"it was important to us to align with a fiscal sponsor that could elevate our goals"

- Jamesha Caldwell

  Co-Director, A Revolutionary Summer

Who We Are

As nonprofit professionals, co-founders Abdul Ali and Shamar Hill experienced systemic barriers to success. So, they founded Thrive Arts for startup nonprofits founded by people of color. Combined, they bring 50 years of expertise across all aspects of nonprofit management. Learn more about us.