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February 15, 2024 Where to Donate to Support Black Communities

If you’re looking for ways to support Black communities this month and beyond, we’re sharing a few here that we’re donating to this month. If you’re in a position to help, we hope you feel motivated to give too.

Black Artists + Designers Guild

Black Artists + Designers Guild (BADG) is striving to build a more equitable and inclusive creative culture by supporting and advancing a community of independent Black makers in creative industries.

They’re committed to “honoring our ancestral legacies in art and design, taking ownership of our narrative, and creating spaces to celebrate Black creativity and culture. As a mission-driven organization, we live by our values, creating opportunities for our members to thrive and reaching out to industry allies to support the great work of visionary Black artists and designers.”

Learn more about BADG

NAACP Empowerment Programs

NAACP Empowerment Programs is a partner organization of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), and they focus primarily on training, education, and advocacy. The NAACP and NAACP Empowerment Programs work together at the national and local levels to advance their longstanding mission “to ensure the political, educational, social and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.”

Consider Giving


The SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective was formed in 1997 by 16 organizations of women of color from four mini-communities (Native American, African American, Latina, and Asian American).

Its mission is to “strengthen and amplify the collective voices of indigenous women and women of color to achieve reproductive justice by eradicating reproductive oppression and securing human rights.”

Read About Their Work

BYP100 (Black Youth Project) 

BYP100 is a national organization of Black 18-35 year old activists and organizers, dedicated to creating justice and freedom for all Black people. They achieve this through “building a network focused on transformative leadership development, direct action organizing, advocacy, and political education using a Black queer feminist lens.”

Give to BYP100