We can’t all participate in protests but there is something we can do. One of those is to sign petitions and the other is to donate. I have listed two categories below: donate by shopping and donate to organizations.
Donate by Shopping
There are some amazing companies out there who are busily creating to sell and donating the proceeds of sales to #BLM or related foundations.
Pixel Paper Hearts (Toronto)
Print + phone wallpaper, digital download. $5, $15, $20, $50. Donating to Black Lives Matter Toronto. Can’t wait to hang this in our rec room!
Silver Icing (Vancouver, BC)
‘I stand with you’ tee, $34.95.
$9000 donated so far, split between Black Lives Matter and Canadian Race Relations.
50% of earnings will go to Black Lives Matter Vancouver.
Sola Skincare (Vancouver)
10% of Father’s Day sales will be donated to Black Youth Helpline and Federation of Black Canadians.
$2 per item will be donated to BLM organizations.
Emily Cuthbert Designs x The Family Jewels (Vancouver)
Proceeds from this beautiful print will go to Canadian Race Relations.
Miss Pippa’s (Toronto)
All proceeds from flower sales June 1-7 are going to Minnesota Freedom Fund.
Mary Young Apparel (Canada)
All proceeds from June 2-5 are going to Black Visions Collective and Black Lives Matter Canada.
Well Done Burgers (Toronto)
Shop sales on June 5 will he donated to Black Lives Matter.
Donate to Organizations
The COVID-19 pandemic has left many of us with financial stability, myself included (I was laid off in March.). But I donate when I can and I encourage you to do so if you are able. The #BlackLivesMatter Movement needs this more then ever right now. So I am sharing some organizations you can donate to, even if it is just $5.
Belly Mujinga’s Daughter and Family
The Nina Pop snd Tony McDade Mental Health Recovery Fund
Gays and Lesbians Living in a Transgender Society
Please reach out if you would like to be included on this list. Email me at email@example.com.