Take action: Charities to support during times where inclusion is vulnerable to attack

We’re amplifying the call from Jezebel today to take action in a time where inclusion could be jeopardized. It’s never been more important than now for you to increase your support of the organizations and charities that fight for inclusion, equality, access, and the greater good in all its forms. Jezebel has a continuously updated list running today of charities where you can donate money and/or time throughout the next four (or more) years to help your fellow humans. You can find the updating post on Jezebel here, and we’ve also pulled their initial list into this post for reference:

Note: Buoy Up would like to add an official charity or organization for the #NoDAPL Standing Rock efforts. Please message us here or on Twitter if you can point us to an official organization that can ensure donations actually get to the protesters.

The American Civil Liberties Union

The Anti-Defamation League

Border Angels

The Boys & Girls Clubs of America

Campaign Zero

The Center for Reproductive Rights

The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA)

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)

EarthJustice

The Mazzoni Center

NARAL Pro-Choice America

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

The NAACP Legal Defense Fund

The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV)

The National Immigration Law Center

The National Immigration Forum

National Organization for Women (NOW)

The New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault

NextGen Climate Action

Planned Parenthood

Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)

The Reproductive Health Access Project

Running Start

She Should Run

The Sierra Club

The Southern Poverty Law Center

The Sylvia Rivera Law Project

The Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights

Remember: Stay strong, and lift each other up. Love, The BuoyUp Team

Photo by Ryan Redhawk, a photojournalist from Atlanta, taken during the DAPL protests at Standing Rock in 2016
Photo by Ryan Redhawk, a photojournalist from Atlanta, taken during the DAPL protests at Standing Rock in 2016