BIPOC/QPOC/LGBTQ/PROTEST  SUPPORT 

 

 

FreeBlackMamas

Black-led abolitionist movement bailing out Black mothers and caregivers.

Black Trans Protesters Emergency Fund

@btfacooective @theokraproject @blacktranstravelfund @forthegworls

Cashapp $btfacollective 

 

Black Student Fund

Since 1964, the Black Student Fund (BSF) has provided financial assistance and support services to Washington, DC metropolitan area African-American students, grades pre-kindergarten to 12, and their families.

Free Black Women’s Library Sister Outsider Relief Grant

Mutual aid fund to honor and support single Black mother artists, writers and cultural workers

Venmo @Olaronke        

Cashapp@Olaronke


Black Lives Matter

Movement and ongoing fight to end state-sanctioned violence, liberate Black people and end white supremacy forever.

@blacklivesmatter            

Tournament Haus Ballroom Microgrants for BIPOC/ Trans + NB folx between Portland, Tacoma & Seattle

A mutual aid fund for Trans/ Non Binary BIPOC in the ballroom scene between Portland, Tacoma and Seattle.

@tournament.haus        

Venmo @tournament_fundz

Philly Community Bail Fund

Organization dedicated to ending cash bail and freeing those who are incarcerated because they can’t afford it.

@phillybailout        

Bklyn Boihood

A creative collective for queer boys of color who lead art projects in communities across the US and Canada. 

Venmo @bklynboihood.

 

Black Visions Collective

This Minnesota-based, queer- and trans-centered organization is dedicated to dismantling systems of violence. It works with black communities, including those in the art world, and helps promote investment in black leaders across diverse career fields.

The Bail Project

A non-profit organization designed to combat mass incarceration by disrupting the money bail system ‒ one person at a time. We believe that paying bail for someone in need is an act of resistance against a system that criminalizes race and poverty and an act of solidarity with local communities and movements for decarceration.

Brooklyn Community Bail Fund

Organization challenging the racism, inequality, and injustice of a criminal legal system and immigration and deportation regime that disproportionately target and harm low-income communities of color. Since 2018, BCBF's New York Immigration Freedom Fund program has paid over $3 million in immigration bond to secure the freedom of more than 400 immigrant New Yorkers from ICE detention and reunite them with their families and communities.

LGBTQ FUND 

Each day, tens of thousands of LGBTQ people are held in jail or immigration detention because they cannot afford bail—for immigration status or charges like sleeping in public. With your help, the Freedom Fund posts bail to secure their release and safety.

Atlanta Solidarity Fund

https://actionnetwork.org/fundraising/support-justiceforgeorgefloyd-protesters-in-atlanta

400+1 Bail Fund

https://reparation.atlas.thrinacia.com/campaign/24/400-1-bail-fund

BALT Action Legal Team

https://www.baltimoreactionlegal.org/cells-to-safety-campaign

The Black School

An experimental art school teaching radical Black history.

The Black Futures Fund

Black Art Futures Fund is a collective of emerging philanthopists promoting the elevation & preservation of Black art & culture organizations

@blackartfuturesfund   

Black Archivist

Black Archivist believes in the power of the Black narrative and that Black artists are best suited to tell the stories of our community. Black Archivist provides the tools and resources for Black people to document the life around them, both triumphs and tribulations. Access to equipment should not be a barrier to entry for documentation or compensation.

@blackarchivist

 Yemen & Venezuela Humanitarian crisis 

 

 

Yemen

 

Doctors without Borders (MSF) 

providing medical aid to people in Yemen, MSF worked in 13 hospitals and health centers and provided support to more than 20 health facilities across 12 governorates in 2018.

The International Rescue Committee 

 

provides medical training, supplies and drugs to hospitals. The organization says it has reached more than a quarter million people in Yemen with health, nutrition, water and sanitation services.

Unicef 

 

works with local authorities and nongovernmental organizations to provide emergency relief for children, and has operations in every governorate in Yemen. It provides health screenings, vaccines, malnutrition treatment, water and school supplies.

Doctors Without Borders 

 

operates in 13 hospitals and health centers in the country. It also provides support to 20 public health programs throughout Yemen, where half of the medical facilities have closed because of the conflict. It operates in areas held by the Houthis.

Save the Children 

 

provides education and safe places for children. Up to 75 percent of schools in some areas of Yemen have been destroyed, according to the organization, which trains teachers and creates temporary learning spaces. Save the Children also provides cash and vouchers for food.

Baitulmaal AHED 

 

provides food, clothing and medical supplies.

 

Islamic Relief USA 

 

delivers food, clothing and medical supplies and provides health screening, farming support and business training.

Zakat Foundation of America

 

works through partnerships to provide food and water. The organization has also helped fund and train hundreds of local farmers.

* List compiled by The New Your Times

Venezuela

Caracas Mi Convive

 

part of Alimenta la Solidaridad, focuses on hunger issues and violence prevention. You can donate to Alimenta la Solidaridad’s gofundme page.

Cuatro Por Venezuela

 

provides aid to Caracas hospitals.

Fundana 

 

focuses on issues related to children.

Hogar Bambi

 

cares for children who have been separated from their families for a variety of reasons.

Doctors without Borders 

 

provides aid to Venezuela’s medical sector to increase care and mental health support.

  

             Middle East Refugee Crisis             

The Boat Refugee Foundation 

 

Offers medical and phycological support, and they run a school in the camp.

Lesvos Solidarity

Works with children.  

 

 

Mosaik

 

Offers language, art and technology classes to refugees as well as support.

Lighthouse Relief

 

Create educational spaces in the camps on mainland and rescue boats on the islands.

 

Sea-Watch

 

Rescue refugees in the sea internationally.

The Home Project

 

Restores building and provides shelter.

 

Za'atar

 

Provide shelter for refugees, meals , classes to mothers, children and lgbtq community.

 

Khora

 

Provides community spaces, meals and legal support.

Samos Volunteers

Individuals providing phycological, legal and community support.

No Border Kitchen Lesvos

 

Self organized, non-hierachical group.

The Alarm Phone

 

Hotline for people on boats.

Help refugees

 

International non-gubernmental organization.