Local Orgs You Can Support
Make The Distinction is black woman led and they interactively lead and guide girls, between the ages of 13 – 18 with a healthy transition into womanhood.
Philadelphia Black Giving Circle aims to leverage collective resources from diverse donors to support non-profit organizations undertaking impactful work in the Black community.
Purple House Project is a non profit org working to strengthen, empower, and transition women impacted by intimate partner violence via connection to essential resources that aid in the healing process.
North Broad Renaissance is a community organization committed to the beautification and economic development of North Broad Street.
Amistad Law Project is a group of community organizers including formerly incarcerated people, attorneys, legal workers, activists, and organizers fighting to end the carceral state.
Black and Brown Workers Cooperative works to empower Black and Brown workers organizing to resist gentrification and expand labor rights.
Philadelphia Community Bail Out Fund is a grassroots community-led bail fund whose mission is to end cash bail and pretrial detention, building awareness about cash bail and its repercussions on working-class people, especially people of color.
Soil Generation is a Black- and Brown-led coalition of activist gardeners, farmers, individuals, and community-based organizations working to ensure that people of color regain community control of land and food, address community health, grow food, and improve the environment.
Urban Creators is a North Philadelphia-based collaborative that uses food, art, celebration, and political education as tools to foster self-determination, resiliency, and racial and economic justice.
Girls Gone Happy helps foster friendships through use of their card decks and direct community outreach. They have a program to donate free decks to black people in need of joy.