LONDON, July 20, 2023 – Money4YOU has launched BAMER HUB 2.0, the digital resilience platform designed to strengthen and grow Black, Asian, Multi-Ethnic, and Refugee (BAMER)-led charities, community groups, and social enterprises.
Offering a range of free capacity-building resources, BAMER HUB 2.0 comes with improved features tailored specifically to address the needs of BAMER nonprofits and their unique challenges. This includes hundreds of funding opportunities, exclusive access to training, fundraising tools, audio-visual resources, engaging conversations, networking opportunities, and much more.
The platform is part of Money4YOU’s solution to equip BAMER led non-profits to not just survive but to thrive by becoming operationally excellent and funding ready.
The revamped platform is the evolution of the original site developed in 2020 as a quick response to the pandemic, which disproportionately affected BAMER-led nonprofits who were faced with funding inequality.
“With BAMER HUB 2.0, we aim to provide a one-stop shop; an enhanced and free-to-use online platform that offers all the necessary tools and resources to help BAMER-led nonprofits become resilient and sustainable,” said AmickyCarol Akiwumi MBE, Founder and CEO of Money4YOU.
Since 2020, platform members have played an integral role in telling us what they need, testing the platform and providing invaluable feedback. Their insights and recommendations have helped Money4YOU identify areas for improvement, enhance user experience, and ensure that the platform meets their expectations.
“We believe in the power of collaboration and participation,” said AmickyCarol. “By involving them as co-creators at every stage, we were able to create a platform that truly addresses their needs and exceeds their expectations.
“BAMER HUB 2.0 is a testament to our commitment to serving BAMER-led nonprofits. We’re excited to continue our journey of supporting them in delivering significant social and economic impact in their communities,” she added.
We are incredibly grateful to The Tudor Trust for their partnership and contribution to the revamp of this platform to benefit BAMER-led nonprofits in their local communities.