Just as volunteering plays a critical role in changing the narrative for the future, so does fundraising. There are two ways that you can donate. First, we ask that you purchase one or more of our yard signs to show your support and initiate the necessary conversations to bring about change. A portion of the proceeds goes to local organizations that work for the betterment of Black people on all fronts. Secondly, you can directly donate through our donation page.
We are off to a great start. So far, we have donated $1,461.47 of proceeds and donations received to a local bail fund that assists those who are incarcerated for unfair lengths of time simply because they do not have the funds to make bail. The Bukit Bail Fund “prioritizes inmates who are at the highest risk of experiencing violence in jail: Melanated folks (including, but not limited to, Black, Latinx, and Native people)…”.
In light of the significant impact the upcoming election will have on our cause, we have chosen the Black Political Empowerment Project (B-PEP), to receive our donations. Among other initiatives, B-PEP is primarily concerned with ensuring that the Black community in Pittsburgh votes in every election.
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