Where to donate + at any level #BlackLivesMatter

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.

Charcuterie Vancouver

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.

Pretty Ears

$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.

Unicorn Riot

I Run for Maud

David McAtee

The Bail Project

Say Her Name

National Bail Fund Network

Toronto Protester Bail Fund

George Floyd Memorial Fund

Belly Mujinga’s Daughter and Family

The Nina Pop snd Tony McDade Mental Health Recovery Fund

Trans Justice Funding Project

Gays and Lesbians Living in a Transgender Society

The Okra Project

Please reach out if you would like to be included on this list. Email me at reglok@gmail.com.

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