about the nonprofits/groups I redistribute to

Brown Sisters Speak

Their mission is “to increase awareness of mental health issues affecting women of color and the stigmas around them. We educate, empower, and advocate for women of color living with or supporting someone with a mental health condition.” -brownsistersspeak.org.

 

Learn more at brownsistersspeak.org, @brownsistersspeak on Instagram, and @BrownSistersSpk on Twitter.

 

For Our Sibs

 “We are an Atlanta-based collective that centers Black trans, non-binary, gender non-conforming, and intersex folks. We are committed to creating financial and housing security for our sibs.” - foroursibscollective.com.

 

Learn more at foroursibscollective.com and @foroursibs on Instagram and Twitter.

 

 

 

 

FroSkate

“FroSkate is a skate crew that exists to provide safe-space and resources for the underrepresented skate community. We center Black, Indigenous + POC skaters in the femme, trans, + GNC community, and believe in gathering together because ‘falling is easier with friends’ who look like you. We aim to provide welcoming, supportive, and encouraging environment for all love and no hate that extends beyond the board.” - Instagram @_froskate_ .

 

Learn more at @_froskate_ on Instagram and @FroSkate on Twitter.

 

 

 

Indigenous Climate Action

Indigenous Climate Action's work “inspires, connects, and supports Indigenous peoples, reinforcing their place as leaders in climate change discourse and driving solutions for today and tomorrow. Their work is grounded in four main pathways. Gatherings, resources and tools, amplifying voices, and supporting Indigenous sovereignty.” - indigenousclimateaction.com.

 

Learn more at indigenousclimateaction.com, @indigenousclimateaction on Instagram, @Indigenous_ca on Twitter, Indigenous Climate Action on Facebook, Indigenous Climate Action on Youtube.

Center for Disaster Philanthropy: Colorado Wildfires Recovery Fund

 

"The Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) Colorado Wildfires Recovery Fund supports communities across the state as they work to rebuild and recover from wildfires. The fund will support families and entire communities as they recover, through targeted grantmaking that prioritizes medium- to long-term recovery needs as identified by the community." - https://disasterphilanthropy.org/cdp-fund/cdp-colorado-wildfires-recovery-fund/

Learn more at https://disasterphilanthropy.org/cdp-fund/cdp-colorado-wildfires-recovery-fund/.

 

Brown Girls Climb

"BGC is a social enterprise which strives to facilitate mentorship, provide access, uplift leadership, and celebrate representation in the outdoors and climbing for People of the Global Majority*

*We use "people of the global majority" (PGM) interchangeably with "black, indigenous, and people of color" (BIPOC), since black, indigenous, and people of color represent over 80% of the world’s population. This wording points out the demographic inaccuracy of the euphemism "minority" and can feel more empowering for some people." - https://www.browngirlsclimb.com/about/

Learn more at https://www.browngirlsclimb.com/

Lifeprint.com

"Lifeprint.com or ASLU is an online American Sign Language curriculum resource center.  ASLU provides many free self-study materials, lessons, and information." - Lifeprint.com

Learn more at Lifeprint.com

Jay's Transition Fund

Jay is a sweet and kind and beautiful human who is raising money for their gender confirmation surgery. Please support them in their dream to live as their authentic self. 

Read more about their story and support at https://www.gofundme.com/f/jaystransitionfund

Venmo: @JayLuckey

Cashapp: $Luckey18