Where to donate to support the Black Lives Matter movement now

 Where to donate to support the Black Lives Matter movement now

Where to donate to support the Black Lives Matter movement now
 Where to donate to support the Black Lives Matter movement now

The Black Life Movement Matter needs your help. On May 29, Tony McDade was shot dead by a police officer in Tallahassee, Florida. On March 13, Priona Taylor was killed after being shot several times by police at her home in Louisville, Kentucky. On February 23, Ahmed Arbery was shot dead by two white men while running in Brunswick, Georgia. These are not the first blacks to face such violence unarmed.

Regardless of who you are, where you come from, or the resources you can access, there are many ways you can support the Black Lives Matter movement, which aims to eliminate white supremacy and build local Strength to intervene in violence against Black communities by the state and the guards

Besides participating in protests, publicly discussing the effects of racism, and educating yourself, donating money (even small amounts) to the right place is an essential way to support the Black Lives Matter mission. At the time of this publication, some organizations, protester sponsorship funds and memorial funds requested that donations be redirected elsewhere because of the huge number of contributions.

You may not be able to donate where you originally intended, but there are still a lot of organizations that support the Black Lives Matter movement. Here are 18 organizations and fundes that need your help to eliminate racism, police brutality and disproportionate discrimination against blacks in the LGBTQIA+community.

Black Vision Group

Black Visions is a social justice organization that aims to "focus our work on the principles of therapeutic and transformative justice, develop" the DNA "essential to our organization intentionally to ensure sustainability, and develop minnesota's emerging black leadership to lead strong campaigns."

Black AIDS Institute

The Mission of the Black AIDS Institute is to "stop the AIDS epidemic in black communities by involving black institutions and individuals in efforts to address HIV." You can donate to her cause.

Restoring the mass

The organization is working with communities and minneapolis city council members to redistribute funds from the police department to other parts of the city's budget that "truly promote community health and safety." You can donate to restore the mass.

Okra Project

Through donations, The Okra, based in New York City, fights food insecurity and "pays black chefs who convert to the homes of black trans people to cook a healthy home-cooked meal at no cost at all." In addition, it offers a free meal delivery service for black transpeople who are homeless or do not have enough space in their homes to prepare by a chef. You can donate to her cause through PayPal.

NorthStar Health Group

North Star Health Collective is a group of health care providers working in alliance with organizations to create safer environments for protesters. You can donate to the cause.

Bail project

This national fund helps pay bail to people in need (including protesters). Once the client's case is over, the sponsorship funds are returned to the fund and used over and over again, your donation can go a long way. You can also visit the National Bail Fund network for a full guide to sponsorship funds by state.

Transgender area

Founded in San Francisco by three black transgender women, the organization has developed the world's first legally recognized transgender cultural district in the city's Tenderloin neighborhood. It aims to "stabilize and economically empower the transgender community through home and corporate ownership, historical and cultural sites, and safe community spaces."

Communities united against police brutality

The twin city-based organization faces police brutality by providing those in need with services, including but not limited to crisis hotlines and legal, medical and psychological referrals. Marches, protests and educational seminars are also held, as well as "routinely waged battles in the political and legal arenas to bring about changes in laws, policies and practices that reduce accountability and allow police brutality to occur." You can donate to her cause through PayPal.

Learn about your rights
Colin Kaepernick founded this organization, which holds nationwide educational seminars for young black and brown people. Know Your Rights has teamed up with minneapolis-area defense lawyers to help provide legal resources to those in need in Minnesota right now. You can donate to the Foundation and learn more about the Legal Defense Initiative.

GG House
House of GG, founded and led by transgender and non-conformist people in Little Rock, Arkansas, provides "safe and transformative spaces where members of our society can recover - physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually - from the trauma of generations of transgender phobia, racism, gender discrimination, poverty, ability, and violence." You can donate to her cause.

A fair fight.
Fair Fight, founded by Stacy Abrams, encourages fair elections by highlighting voter discrimination through education and election reform advocacy programs. You can donate here.

Go! Aimed at making New Orleans a safer city for LGBTQIA+youth. To do this, it "builds on the rich cultural traditions of resistance in the South to build the power of LGBTQ youth aged 13 to 25 who are directly influenced by the criminal justice system through youth organization, justice processing, and leadership development programs."

Atlanta Solidarity Fund
This Atlanta bail box is intended for those arrested for protesting political injustice. You can donate to the Atlanta Solidarity Fund.

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The organization raises funds to spread bail to LGBT people who have been imprisoned across the country. The LGBTQ Fund also provides referrals to medical, legal and social services for those in need, as well as "raising awareness of the LGBTQ prison epidemic." You can donate to her cause.

Zero Campaign
Campaign Zero aims to end police brutality by providing the public and government officials with urgent research-based policy solutions. You can donate to her cause through PayPal.

Company solutions and not punishment.
This organization, led by black and transgender activists, is dedicated to "ending the mass crisis of negative genocide, imprisoning, and criminalizing black transgender women" through educational programs and resources such as media reports and guidelines, and a fund that "provides direct funding support to transgender people who move in personal emergencies." You can donate to Solutions Not Punishment.

Unicorn Riot
This independent, educational and decentralized non-profit media organization identifies the causes of social problems by sharing the stories of people whose voices have been silenced.  Unicorn Riot 

Transit Justice Funding Project
The Trans Funding Justice project provides grants to transgender community leaders across the country to "support and for them lgbt people" that you can either donate directly to the organization.