Allies for racial justice: Where to donate

As allies in the fight for racial justice, it’s important to put our money in the right organizations to enact change. We recommend giving to one of these organizations locally and to the Movement for Black Lives nationally.


The Movement for Black Lives (M4BL): seeks to reach millions, mobilize hundreds of thousands, and organize tens of thousands, so that Black political power is a force able to influence national and local agendas in the direction of our shared Vision for Black Lives.

Campaign Zero: We can live in a world where the police don’t kill people
by limiting police interventions, improving community interactions, and ensuring accountability.

Unicorn Riot: a decentralized, educational non-profit media organization of artists and journalists. Our work is dedicated to exposing root causes of dynamic social and environmental issues through amplifying stories and exploring sustainable alternatives in today’s globalized world.


Free Them All: Fund organized by the group Fempower to post bond in Miami.


New Orleans Safety and Freedom Fund: Community fund for bail, jail fees, fines, and drug testing fees in New Orleans.

Mission: “Together, we will make New Orleans a safer, more equitable place to live, by redesigning the role money plays in the criminal justice system.”


Restoring Justice Community Bail Fund: A partnership between Restoring Justice, the Bail Project and Pure Justice to provide bail relief in Houston, initially set up as a response to COVID-19.

Mission: “Restoring Justice is partnering with the Bail Project and Pure Justice to use donations to pay bail for people in need during the Covid-19 pandemic at no cost to them or their loved ones.”

Luke 4:18 Bail Fund: Bail fund overseen by Faith in Texas committed to posting bail for individuals in Dallas.

Mission: “The Luke 4:18 Bail Fund is partnering with faith communities, currently and formerly incarcerated people, families impacted by the legal justice system, and funders to drastically reduce the jail population in Dallas County.”


The Mississippi Center for Justice: a home-grown, nonprofit public interest law firm that pursues racial and economic justice through advocacy for systemic change.


Black Visions Collective: putting into practice the lessons learned from organizations before us in order to shape a political home for Black people across Minnesota.

Reclaim the Block: By donating, you will support Reclaim the Block’s work to make sure that our communities have the resources they need to thrive. Our grassroots group is up against the deep pockets of the Minneapolis police union, and we need your support.

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