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2 ACLU dares to create a more perfect union — beyond one person, party, or side. Our mission is to realize this promise of the United States Constitution for all and expand the reach of its guarantees.
3 Blue Community Bail FundsThe site equally divides your donation between 38 community bail funds or allows you to allocate a desired amount to each fund.
4 Police-Terror ProjectThe Anti Police-Terror Project is a Black-led, multi-racial, intergenerational coalition that seeks to build a replicable and sustainable model to eradicate police terror in communities of color. We support families surviving police terror in their fight for justice, documenting police abuses and connecting impacted families and community members with resources, legal referrals, and opportunities for healing.
5's DaughtersAssata's Daughters offers our programs to the community for free, but it costs us about $200,000 each year. We rely on grassroots support from folks like you to sustain the work. A donation in any amount helps us continue organizing young Black people to fight for our collective liberation.
6 Lorde ProjectThe Audre Lorde Project is a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non Conforming People of Color center for community organizing, focusing on the New York City area. Through mobilization, education and capacity-building, we work for community wellness and progressive social and economic justice. Committed to struggling across differences, we seek to responsibly reflect, represent and serve our various communities.
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8 AIDS InstituteOur mission is to stop the AIDS epidemic in Black communities by engaging and mobilizing Black institutions and individuals in efforts to confront HIV.
9 Girls Trekkin’This LA-based organization works to increase epresentation in outdoor recreation and provides a community for Black outdoorswomen to connect with each other and nature, while also inspiring conservation efforts.
10 Lives Matter Global Networkfounded in the wake of Trayvon Martin's murder back in 2013, and has been fighting for structural, community-based change ever since, advocating for an end to the violence and injustice inflicted on Black people in the US.
11 Outside, IncThis organization is on a mission to expand access to outdoor experiences for Black youth in Texas through culturally relevant programming. Among various initiatives, the non-profit provides mentorship opportunities, leadership development, and environmental education for Black youth in San Antonio.
12 Trans Protestors Emergency FundThe Black Trans Protestors Emergency Fund was set up with the specific purpose of supporting Black trans protestors with resources such as bail and medical care. Money collected by this fund is redistributed to several Black trans led organizations that are working to minimize violence against Black transgender individuals.
https://www.blackvisionsmn.orgBlack Visions CollectiveA Black, Trans, and Queer-Led organization that is committed to dismantling systems of oppression and violence, and shifting the the public narrative to create transformative, long-term change.
14 Colorado-based Blackpackers mission is to "create economic equality in outdoor recreation" by providing gear, workshops, outdoor excursions, and education opportunities to people of color at low or no cost. The non-profit also connects members with career opportunities in the outdoor industry.
https://www.brennancenter.orgBrennan Center for Justicefights for voting rights, election security, campaign finance reform, electoral college reform, and an end to mass incarceration, among other avenues to achieving justice and fair representation
16 Zerodedicated to police reform and works with a 10-point plan aimed at reducing violence.
17 of Changelargest online racial injustice organization
18 United Against Police Brutality24-hour hotline in Minneapolis for people to report instances of abuse in their area
19 Ready CorpsWe believe that, in order to be truly self-determined, a community needs to be able to express power wherever power is being expressed. With this in mind, we work towards the empowerment of oppressed people and communities in what we call the 9 Components of Self Determination
20 Release FundThe Emergency Release Fund is a grassroots organization that is committed to keeping transgender people in New York City out of jail. The organization allows people to request bail funds to ensure that their transgender loved ones can be released from prison and also does outreach to raise awareness on the issue of transgender incarceration
https://eji.orgEqual Justice Initiative fighting racial and economic injustice in the prison system for 30 years and provides assistance to advocates and policymakers to prevent unfair incrimination
https://fairfight.comFair Fightfounded by Stacy Abrams, is working to ensure free and fair elections
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24 The GworlsFor The Gworls raises money to assist with Black transgender people’s rent and gender affirming surgeries. The collective was started by a Black transgender woman and a Black nonbinary person who began to throw “rent parties” in New York City to pay pills for people in their trans community. The collective has now grown and is aiding trans people across the country.
25 Black Trans Woman FundThe Homeless Black Trans Woman Fund provides money for Black trans women in Atlanta who are either sex workers or homeless. The fund has provided Black trans women with cell phones, temporary housing, food, and other necessities. According to Jesse Pratt Lopez, who created the fund in 2019, Atlanta has very few resources for transgender women, so she decided to take matters into her own hands.
26 of GGThe Griffin-Gracy Educational Retreat & Historical Center’s (a.k.a. “House of GG”) mission is to create programs, services, and resources that positively impact the lives, history, and visibility of Transgender, gender-questioning, and gender-nonconforming people. We do this through programs that promote healing justice, resilience, and organizing among our communities, particularly by and for transgender women of color, to remove barriers that inhibit our survival
27 Run with Mauddesigned to assist Ahmaud's mother; Ms. Wanda Cooper-Jones and her immediate family with financial support during this extreme difficult time and in their struggle for justice for the murder of Ahmaud Marquez Arbery
28 for Jayson: Abolition FundOur organizing involves direct action to challenge and reduce the power police have and other interventions to dismantle systems of policing and punishment. Our campaigns seek to force police out of schools, end gang policing initiatives that target and incarcerate our youth, and move funding away from policing and incarceration towards community needs, education, and health. Since being trained by Critical Resistance last year, we have been doing statewide abolitionist education to change the standard of thinking around policing and incarceration in our state and our collective ability to imagine and carry out resistance and revolution. We hope to transform who has access to this knowledge and who has the power to organize; for this upcoming year, we will be working to grow a youth-led movement to defund and dismantle policing in Bridgeport.
29 Your Rights CampThe Know Your Rights Camp Legal Defense Initiative has identified and teamed up with top defense lawyers and civil rights lawyers nationwide to provide legal resources for those in need.
30 Freedom Fund
We work to build a critical mass against the mass detention of LGBTQ individuals.
31 Base CampMelanin Basecamp directs its efforts toward increasing representation of Black, indigenous, and people of color in outdoor recreation. Their regular content features trip reports, gear reviews, and stories from diverse voices in the adventure sports community.
https://minnesotafreedomfund.orgMinnesota Freedom FundCommunity-based nonprofit that pays criminal bail and immigration bonds for individuals who have been arrested while protesting police brutality.
https://www.naacpldf.orgNAACP’s Legal Defense and Educational Fundlitigation, advocacy, and public education to work towards racial justice and equality for all Americans
34 Bail OutWe are reuniting families, creating a national community of leaders who have experienced incarceration, and working with groups across the country to transform harmful systems to keep our people safe and free.
35 Police Accountability Project (NPAP)The central mission of NPAP is to promote the accountability of law enforcement officers and their employers for violations of the Constitution and the laws of the United States.
36 George Floyd Memorial FundThis fund raises money to directly support George’s family with costs related to his death, including funeral and burial expenses, counseling and travel expenses for court proceedings as they continue their fight. The money will also go towards care for his children and their education fund.
37 AfroOutdoor Afro “celebrates and inspires Black connections and leadership in nature.” Through group hiking and camping activities and conservation efforts, Outdoor Afro has facilitated thousands of outdoor experiences.
38 Journal TourFounded by two Black women outdoors enthusiasts, this tour is designed to facilitate personal growth through reflective outdoor experiences. By providing resources and hosting events, the ODJT fosters a community hopes to promote healing through nature.
39 The BlockMinneapolis-based organization that is working to move money out of policing and into community-led safety.
https://donate.splcenter.orgSouther Poverty Law CenterUsing litigation, education, and other forms of advocacy, the SPLC works toward the day when the ideals of equal justice and equal opportunity will be a reality
41 Bail ProjectThe Bail Project™ National Revolving Bail Fund is a critical tool to prevent incarceration and combat racial and economic disparities in the bail system.
42 Black Trans Travel FundThe Black Trans Travel Fund is a mutual-aid project developed in order to help provide Black transgender women with the financial resources needed to be able to self-determine safer alternatives to travel, where women feel less likely to experience verbal harassment or physical harm. This project was created out of direct response to the relentless and unacceptable violence Black transgender women across the country have been experiencing.
43 Innocence ProjectThe Innocence Project, founded in 1992 by Peter Neufeld and Barry Scheck at Cardozo School of Law, exonerates the wrongly convicted through DNA testing and reforms the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice.
https://www.libertyfund.nycThe Liberty FundNYC bail fund mainting the presumption of innovence by giving indv the freedom and choice to contest charges
45 Loveland Foundationnonprofit that provides financial assistance for Black women and girls seeking mental health support.
46 Okra ProjectThe Okra Project is a collective that brings home-cooked, healthy, and culturally specific meals to Black trans people across the country. Based on individual donations, The Okra Project pays Black trans chefs to go into the homes of other Black transgender people and cook them a meal free of charge. For Black trans people experiencing homelessness or whose homes cannot accommodate a chef, the project partners with outside locations to ensure there is space for cooking and dining.
47 Justice Funding ProjectThe Trans Justice Funding Project is a community-led funding initiative founded in 2012 to support grassroots, trans justice groups run by and for trans people
48 Women of Color Survival FundThe Trans Women of Color Survival Fund assists with a range of financial needs for trans women of color including food, car fare, hygiene products, clothing, and more. The collective’s work also focuses on restorative justice and building socioeconomic growth and development for its members. You can donate to the fund here.
https://unicornriot.ninjaUnicorn RiotNon-profit organization that is dedicated to exposing root causes of dynamic social and environmental issues.
50 NoireVoix Noire is a safe space for Black women, marginalized genders and children to seek and receive assistance via reparations from non-Black individuals
51 BreakoutBreakOUT! members develop their leadership skills through workshops and individual leadership development plans to support the next generation of organizers and build a sustainable movement.
52 of where you can donate to victims, protestors, black-owned businesses, organizations, and others