By donating 1% of sales to The Trevor Project year round, we're able to raise awareness about this fantastic and life-saving organization. In honor of Giving Tuesday, we'd like to re-raise (that's a word, right?) awareness about the other organizations we've donated to this year. Even if the global conversation has shifted or quieted, these organizations need continued support, which is why we're doubling every donation we made to them in 2021. If any of these organizations resonate with you, we'd love for you to join us in supporting them.
Organizations to Know for Giving Tuesday
The Crowley Foundation provides educational opportunities to young Black men through academic instruction, life skills, social/emotional learning, and career exploration. This organization was chosen by Denver photographer and videographer David Gass as part of our series highlighting Black-Owned Wedding Businesses.
GAPIMNY is an organization set out to empower queer and trans Asian Pacific Islanders to create positive change.
Black Men Heal provides access to mental health treatment, psycho-education, and community resources to men of color. This organization was chosen by Oakland florist Amber May as part of our series highlighting Black-Owned Wedding Businesses.
GoFundMe’s AAPI Community Fund distributes donations to organizations that uplift and protect the AAPI community.
Oregon Health & Sciences University Brain Institute is a national center for neuroscience research, patient care and outreach. This organization was chosen by Oregon-based Officiant Jimmie as part of our series highlighting Black-Owned Wedding Businesses.
Asian Americans Advancing Justice is a civil and human rights organization with the goal of promoting a fair and equitable society for all.
GrowNYC coordinates community gardens, farmers markets, and local composting pickup throughout all five boroughs of NYC.
Send Chinatown Love provides relief efforts to small businesses in NYC’s Chinatown suffering from the impacts of COVID-19.
Hostos Community College meets the higher educational needs of people from The Bronx and similar communities who historically have been excluded from higher education.
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