Policy reform organizations
Donations will go toward legislative efforts to overturn systemically racist policies at either national, state, or local levels.
• Take Action Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, North Carolina
• Austin Justice Coalition; Austin, Texas
• Dallas Alliance Against Racial and Political Repression; Dallas, Texas
• The Refugee Dream Center; Rhode Island
• Alliance to Mobilize Our Resistance; Rhode Island
Donations will go toward Black-voter education initiatives and supporting Black political candidates.
• Fair Fight; National, but mainly Georgia
Donations will go toward paying bail/bonds to release protesters jailed in states with bail/bond systems. If you’d like to make a localized contribution to a bail fund in a city or state not shown below, the National Bail Fund Network lists the funds you can donate to in all states with bail/bond systems.
• People’s Program Bail Out Fund; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
• Columbus Freedom Fund; Columbus, Ohio
Community restoration organizations and funds
Donations will go toward rebuilding businesses and other parts of Black communities where protests have occurred and/or have been hit particularly hard by the coronavirus pandemic.
• Minnesota Rapid Response Coalition; Twin Cities, Minnesota
• The Lake Street Council; Minneapolis, Minnesota
• Pimento Relief Fund; Minneapolis, Minnesota
• West Broadway Business & Area Coalition; Minneapolis, Minnesota
• Rebuilding Oakland Black Businesses Fund; Oakland, California
• My Block My Hood My City; Chicago, Illinois
Community enrichment organizations
Donations will go toward arts, technical, or other programs for Black and brown people.
• Assata’s Daughters; Chicago, Illinois
• Centro de Trabajadores Unidos en la Lucha; Twin Cities, Minnesota
• Twin Cities Recovery Project; Twin Cities, Minnesota
• Black Feminist Project; New York City
• Tournament Haus Ballroom Microgrants; Portland, Oregon; Tacoma and Seattle, Washington
• BOOM Concepts; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
• 1 Hood; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Youth-oriented community organizations
Donations will go toward funding initiatives for educating Black and brown youth, such as programs for coding, activism camps, and providing books for schools.
Police reform organizations
Donations will go toward police reform initiatives, including efforts to redistribute police funding to other social services.
• Equality for Flatbush; Brooklyn, New York
Incarceration reform organizations
Donations will go toward prison reform efforts to stop excessive punishment, mass incarceration, incarceration in general, and the creation of new jails and prisons.
Legal defense funds and organizations
Donations will go toward legal aid and education for Black, brown, and other minority groups.
• Moral Governance; San Diego, California
• Restoring Justice; Texas
• Up Against The Law Legal Collective; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania