Where I’m Giving

On Wednesdays we donate to great causes. Starting this week I will be featuring my favorite organizations to give to weekly. These are organizations that are doing work I believe in. June has been a month of social shake up and wake up, and we really needed it! There are so many causes worth fighting for, but the organizations leading the charge can’t do it alone. So give your money, give your time or give your skills.

If you have a favorite organization you want featured, drop me a line through my Contact Me section!

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June Features

There has been a huge calling to fight injustice this month, and it’s pride month. So, this month I will be featuring organizations that focus on POC and LBGTQ communites!

Women of Color Cultural Foundation: This organization is local to Jacksonville. Their mission is to provide assistance towards egalitarianism for people of color in health, education and economic development. They believe that access to quality healthcare and education are necessary tools to become economically self-sufficient. DONATE HERE!

JASMYN: This is another Jacksonville organization. JASMYN has been in Jacksonville for over 25 years helping LGBTQ young people by creating safe space, providing health and wholeness services and offering youth development opportunities. They are a beautiful asset to our community. DONATE HERE!

JAMS: Jacksonville Arts & Music school is a campus for arts & leadership development. They bring in talented inner city youth & young professionals to, empower them to become the creative leaders of tomorrow. They’ve got the arts covered from music, dance, film and even now have a robotics team! DONATE HERE!

July Features

The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund: This is a legal organization fighting for racial justice. They use litigation, advocacy and public education to eliminate disparities.

Save The Children: Save the Children works to combat child trafficking through prevention, protection, and prosecution. In order to maximize our efforts, they work with communities, local organizations and civil society, and national governments to protect children from being exploited – and to help restore the dignity of children who have survived.

LOVE146: an international human rights organization working to end child trafficking and exploitation through survivor care and prevention. Love146 is helping grow the movement to end child trafficking while providing effective, thoughtful solutions.

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