Cause Fund: Civil & Human Rights
Support US-based charities focused on civil and human rights issues with a single donation.
Support Civil & Human Rights Charities
Creating a more just world starts with us. Your donation to the Civil & Human Rights Cause Fund empowers several charities devoted to the upholding of civil rights and human rights. Nonprofit organizations participating in this Cause Fund support refugees during and after relocation, provide bail fees to low-income citizens, and so much more.
To see all participating organizations, please read the FAQ below.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Cause Fund?
Cause Funds bundle together multiple nonprofits that have a similar focus or mission. If there is a specific issue area that you or your brand want to support through charitable giving, donating to a Cause Fund is a great way to do so. With a single transaction, you can help charities of all shapes and sizes: large and small, global and local, new and established, traditional and innovative. For more information on Cause Funds, visit our Cause Funds page.
Which nonprofits are in this Cause Fund?
Arizona Coalition to End Sexual & Domestic Violence
Ascend – Leadership Through Athletics
Buried Alive Project
Center for Policing Equity
Chicago Community Bond Fund
Choose Love Inc.
Committee to Protect Journalists
Court Watch Nola
Days for Girls
Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project
For Freedom International
Free The Girls
GRIP Training Institute
Hearts & Homes for Refugees
Human Rights Campaign
JC Vision and Associates, Inc.
Korean American Community Foundation of San Francisco
League of Women Voters of California
Lone Star Legal Aid
Mercy Beyond Borders
Mountain States Legal Foundation
Movement For Black Lives
Nashville Community Bail Fund
National Black Chamber of Commerce
National Immigration Law Center
National Society of Black Engineers
New Hour for Women & Children
North County Lifeline Inc
OutRight Action International
Prairie View A&M Foundation
RAICES / Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services
Refugee Women’s Alliance (ReWA)
Release Our Elders
Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth (RJOY)
Sandy Hook Promise
Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs
Southern Coalition for Social Justice
The Bail Project
The Campbell Center
The Center for Public Integrity
The Desai Foundation
The Freedom Roc
The SAFE Alliance
The Teen Project
The Women’s Center of Greater Danbury
Too Young To Wed
Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc. (TLDEF)
W. Haywood Burns Institute
When We Band Together
Women for Afghan Women
Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights
How will funds be distributed?
Once per month, the total value of each fund will be distributed evenly to all of the nonprofit organizations participating in that fund.