donations made

we are proud to have made contributions to organizations that support & empower marginalized communities – people of color, LGBTQ & sex workers.

NAACP – $100,000

The NCAAP works to disrupt inequality, dismantle racism, and accelerate change in key areas including criminal justice, health care, education, climate, and the economy. When it comes to civil rights and social justice, we have the unique ability to secure more wins than anyone else. Help make racial equity a reality.

True Colors United – $20,000

True Colors United implements innovative solutions to youth homelessness that focus on the unique experiences of LGBTQ young people.

In the US, 4.2 million youth experience homelessness each year, with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth 120% more likely to experience homelessness than their non-LGBTQ peers. True Colors United is committed to changing that.

A Long Walk Home – $22,745

A Long Walk Home (ALWH) is a national art organization based in Chicago that empowers young people to end violence against girls and women. They are cultivating the next generation of leaders committed to gender equity and racial justice by working to elevate marginalized voices, facilitate healing, and activate social change. 

Clean Up South Central – $9,811

Clean Up South Central is a non-profit catered to the betterment of our communities through street clean ups and community service.

This non-profit was created in response to the lack of resources available to better the South Central community.

Stop AAPI Hate – $19,794

Stop AAPI Hate tracks and responds to incidents of hate, violence, harassment, discrimination, shunning, and child bullying against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States. Their approach recognizes that in order to effectively address anti-Asian racism, we must work to end all forms of structural racism leveled at Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color. 

St. James Infirmary (The Transgender District) – $10,000

St. James Infirmary is a peer-based non-profit organization serving Sex Workers throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.

They are the first occupational health and safety clinic in the U.S. run by Sex Workers for Sex Workers!

The Black Sex Worker Collective – $7,590

The Black Sex Worker Collective (BSWC) seeks to address the needs of current and former Black sex workers. They provide education, legal assistance, healthcare resources, and affordable housing referrals to aid Black sex workers in successfully leaving and maintaining a life outside of the industry. .

Association of Black Psychologists – $7,616

The Association of Black Psychologists was founded in 1968 by Black psychologists from across the country who united to address the problems facing Black psychologists and the larger Black community. This group of psychologists aims to improve the mental health of the national Black community through programs, services, training, and advocacy. 

Black Career Women’s Network – $5,000

The Black Career Women’s Network is a national career development organization dedicated to fostering the professional growth of Black women. Founded in 2012, the BCWN bridges the gap for professional development and mentor access to help women strategically mange their careers, navigate the workplace and thrive professionally.