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15 Groups To Donate To That Support Protesters And Black Lives

Donations aren't everything, but they're a start.

If you're looking for groups to donate to that focus on social justice for black communities and people, this list is a starter. However, it is by no means a definitive list of organizations that are worthy of donations and volunteers right now.

There are many more things you can do in addition to donations, including signing petitions, calling your representatives, organizing in your community, and going out and supporting protesters, especially black protesters.

1. Black Lives Matter

2. Campaign Zero

3. North Star Health Collective

This St. Paul-based group was founded in response to the Republican National Convention held in St. Paul in 2008, and it offers medical assistance to protesters with a focus on anti-oppression and anti-authoritarian efforts. In addition to monetary donations, they also accept specific medical supplies as listed on their website.

Find out more about North Star Health Collective.

4. Anti Police-Terror Project

The APTP helps document police abuse and provides resources, support, and legal referrals for victims of police abuse, particularly in communities of color.

Find out more about the Anti Police-Terror Project.

5. The Sadie Collective

6. Loveland Foundation Therapy Fund

7. The Bail Project

8. The National Bail Fund Network

The National Bail Fund Network includes individual bail funds for more than 60 communities across the country. On their website, you'll find a list of area-specific bail funds in their network, divided into pretrial and immigration funds. Bear in mind that some bail funds may currently be directing supporters toward bail funds in other areas that need help.

9. Project South

Project South is a social justice organization with a focus on the Southern region of the US, working both locally and regionally to eradicate poverty, protect black lives, and fight for immigrant rights.

Find out more about Project South.

10. Color of Change

11. Communities United Against Police Brutality

CUAPB operates a 24-hour crisis line (612-874-STOP) where people can report police abuse, and it sends out representatives who help victims of police abuse, gather evidence, and offer legal, medical, and psychological referrals as needed. They also operate educational outreach programs, work to get measures on ballots, and organize protests and rallies.

Find out more about CUAPB.

12. Black Visions Collective

13. NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund

14. Reclaim the Block

15. The Official George Floyd Memorial Fund

George Floyd Memorial Fund:

This GoFundMe effort is organized by George Floyd's brother, Philonise Floyd, and is being used to cover funeral and related expenses as well as legal expenses as the family seeks justice for George's death. Some of the fund will also go to the estate of George Floyd to help provide care and education for his children.