Impact Index Fund: Civil & Human Rights
Support charities focused on civil and human rights issues with a single donation.
Support Nonprofits That Defend Civil & Human Rights
Human and civil rights are some of the foundational pillars of democratic societies. But even in free nations, the most marginalized people in our communities are often subject to attacks, abuse, and systematic injustice. According to several studies, the prosperity of nations is correlated with better human rights protection. The nonprofits defending civil and human rights worldwide do so with the understanding that when our communities don’t live up to the highest moral standards, we all suffer. Their work involves a variety of urgent causes, such as protecting refugee and LGBTQ+ rights, promoting press freedom worldwide, and working to end child marriage.
The ongoing global fight to uphold civil and human rights is critical to making our world a safer, more just place for all. If you believe in the importance of defending human rights, consider supporting this Impact Index Fund with a donation today.
Civil & Human Rights Nonprofits You’ll Support
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is an Impact Index Fund?
Impact Index 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 an Impact Index 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 Impact Index Funds, visit our Impact Index Funds page.
Which nonprofits are in this Impact Index Fund?
Alliance for Safety and Justice
Amnesty International of the U.S.A., Inc.
Arizona Coalition to End Sexual & Domestic Violence
Association on American Indian Affairs
Baker Industries Inc
Black Voters Matter Fund
Buried Alive Project
CARE Česká republika
Center for Policing Equity
Chicago Community Bond Fund
Choose Love Inc.
Committee to Protect Journalists
Council of Korean Americans
Disability Rights Fund
Easterseals Crossroads www.eastersealscrossroads.org
El Pozo de Vida
Fair Count Inc
Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project
Friends of Transparency International
GRIP Training Institute
Hearts & Homes for Refugees
Human Assistance & Development Intl
Human Rights Data Analysis Group
Immigrant Defenders Law Center
International Consortium of Investigative Journalists
International Justice Mission
Iron Light Labs
It Will Be
Jail Guitar Doors USA
Justice and Care
Know Your Rights Camp (KYRC)
Kofi Annan Foundation
Korean American Community Foundation of San Francisco
LAVA (Liberate All Value All)
Lawyers for Good Government Foundation
League of Women Voters of California
Legal Aid Society of Roanoke Valley
Lone Star Legal Aid
Mercy Beyond Borders
Minority Humanitarian Foundation
More Too Life
Mountain States Legal Foundation
Movement For Black Lives
Movers & Shakers NYC
Nashville Community Bail Fund
National Black Chamber of Commerce
National Immigration Law Center
National Society of Black Engineers
New Hour for Women & Children
Prairie View A&M Foundation
Public Policy and Education Fund
RAICES / Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services
Refugee Women’s Alliance (ReWA)
Release Aging People in Prison Campaign
Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth (RJOY)
Sandy Hook Promise
SEED Foundation (Seed for Change)
Southern Coalition for Social Justice
Special Olympics Illinois (Soill)
Special Olympics North Carolina
The Abolition Initiative
The Bail Project
The Blexit Foundation
The Campbell Center
The Center for Public Integrity
The Center for Reproductive Rights, Inc
The Desai Foundation
The Freedom Community Center (FCC)
The Freedom Roc
The Lantern Network
The SAFE Alliance
The Sentencing Project
The Teen Project
The United States Association for UNHCR (USA for UNHCR)
The Victor Pineda Foundation (World Enabled)
The Women’s Center of Greater Danbury
Tierra del Sol
United Macedonian Diaspora
W. Haywood Burns Institute
World Jewish Congress American Section
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.