one dollar and a share on social media
is all we're asking for.
In the spirit of community, four Black women-led organizations from across the country have come together to raise funds through one Giving Tuesday fundraising campaign: Power of the Dollar.
We created this campaign for a few reasons
To bring our collective networks together to fundraise and bring awareness to the causes and communities we champion.
To alleviate the pressure of giving from the everyday donor while emphasizing grassroots organizing.
To build unrestricted funds for our organizations that will allow us to take care of constituents, staff and ourselves.
Black women-led organizations are understaffed, underfunded, and have less unrestricted assets.
Let's change that.
SUPPORTS FOUR (4)
We know the financial burden 2020 has placed on so many people, and that’s why we’re only asking folks to donate $1. Technically you can donate as much as you’d like, but if you only have a dollar to give, that is more than enough! All donations will be evenly distributed amongst the organizations.
GIVE WHAT YOU CAN
SUPPORT FOUR NONPROFITS
SHARE ON SOCIAL MEDIA
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