This is an ever-growing list. If you have a suggestion of a group to add, send me a message. I’m doing as much investigating as I can to make sure that there are no fascists masquerading as legit organizations, but if I’ve listed a shady org up here, please please let me know.


Center for Research-Action on Race Relations (CRARR)

“Montreal-based independent, non-profit civil rights organization that was founded in 1983 with the mandate to promote racial equality and combat racism in Canada.”
Update: Just received the following email from CRARR: “
If you wish to make a tax-deductible donation, please donate to our partner foundation Institute for Research and Education in Race Relations (IRERR). We can make an interac donation by sending it to A tax receipt will be sent to you in January 2021.”
You can also donate to IRERR below:

Black Coalition of Quebec

“The Black Coalition of Quebec is the only organization that provides a Human Rights service on a daily basis to the members of the Black and cultural communities.”

DESTA Black Youth Network
“Based in Little Burgundy and serving participants across Greater Montreal, DESTA supports Black youth aged 18 to 35 in reaching their educational, employability, and entrepreneurial goals through a holistic and individualized approach.”

“Ce que nous voulons: Générer des espaces de dialogues et des initiatives mobilisatrices pour éliminer les inégalités systémiques et développer des communautés solidaires, inclusives, sécuritaires et dynamiques.”
(Hoodstock is currently raising funds to work to decrease the amount of COVID cases in Montréal-North and take care of its community which has been overwhelmingly affected by the virus.)

Afrique au Féminin
“Afrique au Féminin is a non-profit organization (NPO), founded in 1986 and incorporated in 1988 by a group of professional women of African origin who were concerned with the difficulties of social and economic integration of women in their communities in their host society.” Check out their website to see all their many initiatives.

The Council for Black Aging Community of Montreal
“The Council for Black Aging Community of Montreal Inc. exists to provide services; be an emotional support network; to organize activities and create opportunities for seniors to engage in social, recreational, cultural and educational activities; to prevent social isolation; foster their continued engagement in the community; enhance their quality of life; and to promote, encourage and assist seniors to maintain for as long as is possible, their autonomy and independence at home.”

“Devant le manque de représentativité des minorités ethniques et culturelles sur la scène artistique québécoise, depuis sa fondation, Racines est devenu un espace important pour les auteures et artistes issues de la diversité.”


Black Mental Heath Matters: A Fund for Black Therapists

“This fund supports Black therapists, so they can support others (low/no cost mental health care), be paid fairly for their work and decide the scope that best suits their community. It will be held and administered by Black RSWs (Registered Social Workers.)”

Urban Alliance on Race Relations
The Urban Alliance on Race Relations is a non-profit charitable organization that works primarily and proactively with the community, public and private sectors to provide educational programs and research, which are critical in addressing racism in society.

TAIBU Community Health Centre
“TAIBU Community Health Centre provides primary health care and related services for Black populations across the Greater Toronto Area as its priority population and residents of the local community of Malvern.”

Black Legal Action Centre

“We are a non-profit community legal clinic that provides free legal services for low or no income Black residents of Ontario.”

Across Boundaries

“To provide equitable, inclusive and holistic mental health and addiction services for racialized communities within an anti-racism, anti-Black racism and anti-oppression frameworks.”

FreedomSchool Toronto
“FreedomSchool was created to respond to a lack of humanizing, self-affirming, queer positive educational opportunities for Black children in the GTA. A youth and parent driven initiative that intervenes to fight against anti-Black racism in the school system and to creative educational alternatives for Black children. We run a three week program for children aged four to twelve, a Saturday school program, curriculum fairs, students conference, and training programs to engage youth in Black liberatory education.”

RITES for Black and African-Canadian Youth
“The RITES program at Central Toronto Youth Services (CTYS) is a culturally specific, identity development initiative that supports the empowerment of Black and African-Canadian youth between the ages of 13 and 18. RITES employs an integrated, full spectrum model of support and care so participants have access to range of coordinated mental health clinical and program supports and resources.”

Harriet Tubman Community Organization
“As a non-profit agency Harriet Tubman Community Organization is dedicated to building meaningful and developmental relationships with young people, experiencing racialization between the ages of ages of 8 – 25 years old.”

Black Women in Motion
“Black Women in Motion is a Toronto-based, youth-led organization that empowers and supports the advancement of black womxn and survivors of sexual violence. We work within an anti-racist, intersectional feminist, trauma-informed and survivor-centred framework to create culturally-relevant content, educational tools, healing spaces and economic opportunities for black womxn.”

Nia Centre for the Arts
“Nia Centre for the Arts is a Toronto-based charitable organization that supports, showcases and promotes an appreciation of arts from across the Afro-Diaspora.”

Carribean African Canadian Social Services
“CAFCAN Social Services Inc., an incorporated not-for-profit, full-fledged Social Services Agency is dedicated to supporting individuals, families and youth to reach their full potential.”

Hogan’s Alley Society

“The Hogan’s Alley Society advocates for Black Vancouverites who have endured the legacies of urban renewal and their erasure from the official historical narrative. Through our iniatives we hope to build the capacity of racialized and marginalized communities to participate in city building.”

Black Lives Matter (Vancouver)

“The Black Lives Matter Vancouver chapter is a cause that supports the organizing work of black folks and allies in undoing systemic racialized violence.”

National Congress of Black Women Foundation (BC)
“The National Congress of Black Women Foundation is a registered charity that promotes and facilitates activities and model programs which foster advancement, recognition, health and education of black women and their families through funding and research.”


Black Health Alliance

“The Black Health Alliance is a community-led registered charity working to improve the health and well-being of Black communities in Canada.”

Federation of Black Canadians
“The Federation of Black Canadians is a national, non-profit organization, driven by organizations across the country that advances the social, economic, political and cultural interests of Canadians of African descent.”

Black Lives Matter Canada (Toronto)

“Our Mission: To forge critical connections and to work in solidarity with black communities, black-centric networks, solidarity movements, and allies in order to to dismantle all forms of state-sanctioned oppression, violence, and brutality committed against African, Caribbean, and Black cis, queer, trans, and disabled populations in Toronto.”

The Okra Project
“The Okra Project is a collective that seeks to address the global crisis faced by Black Trans people by bringing home cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals and resources to Black Trans People wherever we can reach them.”

Black Theatres (If you aren’t sure why funding Black theatre companies is imperative, hit me up and we can chat.)

Black Theatre Workshop (Montreal)

Obsidian Theatre (Toronto)

Some folks have sent the following links with lists of organizations. I haven’t had a chance to go through them yet, but I’m adding them here, if you’re interested in checking them out yourselves:




*Additional organizations which may be less active at the moment due to COVID-19 but which you might still be interested in checking out:

Pour 3 Points (Montreal)
“By supporting youth from underprivileged neighborhood, P3P coaches help them gain the skills they need to succeed in school and in life.”

Red Rush Basketball Leadership Program (Montreal)
“Red Rush is Montreal Community Cares Foundation’s summer basketball leadership and mentorship program. Thanks to Red Rush, student-athletes will stay on track, athletically and academically, throughout the summer.”