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Reproductive health is a racial justice issue. Black-founded organizations are on the ground fighting for our
rights and providing care in communities.
Support Organizations Focused On Reproductive Rights
Reproductive health is a racial justice issue. Black-founded organizations are on the ground fighting for our rights and providing care in communities.
Black Mothers in Power
Black Mothers in Power seeks to eradicate racial health disparities for Black birthing people and Black babies throughout Delaware.
Black Women's Blueprint
We place Black women and girls’ lives, as well as their particular struggles, squarely within the context of the larger racial justice concerns of Black communities.
In Our Own Voice: National Black Women's Reproductive Justice Agenda
We are a national Reproductive Justice organization designed to amplify and lift up the voices of Black women leaders on human and civil rights policies that impact our lives.
National Black Women's Justice Institute
The National Black Women's Justice Institute (NBWJI) works to reduce racial and gender disparities across the justice continuum affecting Black women, girls, and their families.
Black Mamas Matter Alliance
Black Mamas Matter Alliance is a Black women-led cross-sectoral alliance. We center Black mamas to advocate, drive research, build power, and shift culture for Black maternal health, rights, and justice.
Southern Black Girls and Women's Consortium/Black Girl Dream Fund
The Southern Black Girls and Women’s Consortium is proud to announce the launch of a 10-year campaign to raise $100 million to financially empower the goals of Southern Black girls and women in the U.S. through the Black Girls Dream Fund.
California Black Women's Health Project
California Black Women’s Health Project promotes and improves the physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional well-being of Black women and girls in California through advocacy, education, outreach, and policy.
MOMCares supports Black women who are navigating high risk pregnancies and/or are navigating a NICU stay in the postpartum period.
On August 18, Giving Gap CEO Aisha Alexander-Young will join a panel discussion centered on exactly what
"Black Philanthropy" is, how to make it more accessible, and explain its role in the ability of all Black
communities to thrive.
Register for "Black Philanthropy: Catalyzing Community Change, For us, By Us"
On August 18, Giving Gap CEO Aisha Alexander-Young will join a panel discussion centered on exactly what "Black Philanthropy" is, how to make it more accessible, and explain its role in the ability of all Black communities to thrive.
Supporting Black-founded nonprofits is an integral piece to advancing racial equity.
Americans give $450 billion to charity each year, but only a tiny fraction of that goes to Black organizations. Our focus is on Black-founded nonprofits because they are the ones most likely to be grounded in the needs of the Black communities, have missions connected to positive action for Black lives, employ Black people, and empower Black leaders, while also being most likely to be systemically underfunded.
We're proud to now help Black-founded nonprofits #CloseTheGivingGap.