Domino’s Commitment to the Black Community

Published: Dec. 15, 2020
100 Black Men
Domino’s provided pizzas to participants of the 100 Black Men Detroit chapter’s mentoring program, Project Success, as part of their socially-distant, drive-thru rewards celebration.
  Black LOVE Fund
BMe Community is one of many organizations that Domino’s has supported with a monetary donation. The organization is committed to building and supporting Black people’s freedom to Live, Own, Vote and Excel through its Black LOVE Fund.
In June of 2020, Domino’s CEO Ritch Allison made a statement unequivocally denouncing all acts of racism, hatred and the unjust treatment of Black people. In the statement, he shared the news of a commitment by Domino’s to contribute $3 million over the next three years to organizations that make a difference for Black people in the communities we serve and internal programs that will change us for the better. In the six months that followed, Domino’s had productive and inspiring conversations with different nonprofit organizations doing incredible work. Domino’s donated a total of $330,000 to the organizations mentioned below. We are proud to support these groups and their missions, and we are honored to share the good work they’re doing every day.


  • 100 Black Men of America
    • 100 Black Men of America is committed to the intellectual development of youth and the economic empowerment of the African American community. Mentoring is the cornerstone of 100 Black Men and its network of chapters. Domino’s contribution will help support mentoring programs of Black youth in Baltimore, Detroit, Houston, Las Vegas and Phoenix.
  • All-Star Code
    • All Star Code creates economic opportunity by developing a new generation of boys and young men of color with an entrepreneurial mindset who have the tools they need to succeed in a technological world.
  • Black Girls Code
    • Black Girls Code strives to increase the number of women of color in the digital space by empowering girls of color ages 7 to 17 to become innovators in STEM fields, community leaders and builders of their own futures through exposure to computer science.
  • BMe Community
    • BMe Community elevates Black men and women by optimizing their knowledge, influence and network through elite leadership enrichment fellowships. Domino’s contribution will support BMe’s Black LOVE Fund, which provides pivotal funding to initiatives that improve Black people’s abilities to Live, Own, Vote and Excel in the U.S.
  • Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation
    • The Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation provides support and brings awareness to mental health issues, to eradicate the stigma around mental health in the Black community.
  • Hidden Genius Project
    • The Hidden Genius Project trains and mentors Black male youth in technology creation, entrepreneurship, and leadership skills to transform their lives and communities.
  • National Urban League
    • Founded in 1910, the National Urban League collaborates at the national and local levels with community leaders, policymakers, and corporate partners to elevate the standards of living for African Americans and other historically underserved groups.
  • Pretty Brown Girl
    • Pretty Brown Girl is an organization dedicated to educating and empowering Black and Brown girls by encouraging self-acceptance while cultivating social, emotional and intellectual well-being. Since 2014, Pretty Brown Girl has impacted more than 20,000 girls through its community, collegiate and scholarship programs.
  • The King Center
    • The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change (The King Center) is a global destination, resource center and community institution, attracting over 1 million individuals and families from all over the world each year. The King Center’s programs include a youth leadership academy and Nonviolence 365, a program that helps participants develop a posture of nonviolence in their thinking, speaking and acting.
  • United Negro College Fund (UNCF)
    • The United Negro College Fund, also known as the United Fund or UNCF, is an American philanthropic organization that funds scholarships for Black students and has general scholarship funds for 37 private historically Black colleges and universities. With UNCF, Domino’s created a scholarship fund for 10 students enrolled full-time at a UNCF member institution, who also have a demonstrated financial need. However, Domino’s recognizes that there is still work to be done. We look forward to furthering these relationships and developing new ones in the effort to end systemic racism in our communities.

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