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Need ideas for your charitable giving goals? Look no further! This will be an ongoing thread for sharing worthy causes, content creators, and anything else that works toward making life better for women and girls.

Please post the name, description, and link to the donate page for each entry as a bulleted list.

Please refrain from infighting and criticizing in this thread. Some figures may be controversial but we should assume that everyone can figure out for themselves who they want to support. If you want to debate the merits of supporting a particular person or organization, please do so in a separate thread. I would really like this one to stay positive.

Need ideas for your charitable giving goals? Look no further! This will be an ongoing thread for sharing worthy causes, content creators, and anything else that works toward making life better for women and girls. Please post the name, description, and link to the donate page for each entry as a bulleted list. Please refrain from infighting and criticizing in this thread. Some figures may be controversial but we should assume that everyone can figure out for themselves who they want to support. If you want to debate the merits of supporting a particular person or organization, please do so in a separate thread. I would really like this one to stay positive.

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[–] crlody [OP] 23 points (+23|-0) Edited

Here's what I donate to right now:

  • Days for Girls International - provides menstrual kits to girls in developing countries so they can attend school

  • Nordic Model Now - Advocates eliminating demand for prostitution through research and legislation

  • Meghan Murphy - Podcast host, writer, speaker, and editor of Feminist Current

  • Exodus Cry - Have done rescue services for victims of sex trafficking and most recently, worked on exposing PornHub

  • Culture Reframed - Gail Dines' organization for educating parents, children, and teachers on the harms of pornography

  • Freedom a la Cart - provides exit services for survivors of the sex industry in central Ohio

  • Prostitution Research - Melissa Farley's amazing project collating data about the sex industry

  • WoLF - Feminist organization supporting the legal recognition of women's sex-based rights

edit: forgot I donate to WoLF so I added it woops!

[–] [Deleted] 16 points (+16|-0)

It's not exclusively for women but Doctors without borders help women a lot. Also, I receive their materials in the mail and they refer to women as women (no TRA nonsense) and they emphasize women's reproductive rights. They help women and children in impoverished places with essential healthcare, including abortions and birth control. Here is a link:

https://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/

[–] SarahTheGreen 14 points (+14|-0) Edited

Edit: grammar

[–] dixiechick547 11 points (+11|-0) Edited

WOLF US-based fights against the ongoing attack on the rights, privacy, and opportunities of women and girls.

FIST US-based radical feminist organization committed to organizing a serious fight-back against the attacks on our rights from multiple quarters.

Keira Bell UK-based she is an ex patient of Gender Identity Clinics where she was prescribed dangerous, experimental drugs and received a double mastectomy procedure. She am fighting to stop this from happening to minors.

Allison Bailey UK-based she is suing Stonewall Diversity Limited to stop them policing free speech. She is a barrister (attorney) and shehelped to set up a new organization for lesbian, gay and bisexual people, the LGB Alliance, to provide an alternative to Stonewall. In retaliation, Stonewall had her investigated by her chambers (law firm), in an attempt to cost get her fired.

[–] crlody [OP] 4 points (+4|-0)

can you please provide links and descriptions per the post description?

[–] shveya 7 points (+7|-0)

Respect the Dot. They are a mother & daughter team in Philly who hand deliver menstrual supplies to women and girls living in poverty in the area. https://www.nomoresecretsmbs.org/end-period-poverty-epp

[–] aya62 5 points (+5|-0)

Center for Reproductive Rights - uses the power of law to advance reproductive rights as fundamental human rights around the world

[–] Eriomra 5 points (+5|-0) Edited
  • Marguerite Stern Patreon - she is a famous french radical feminist who has devoted her life to women, has lost jobs because of that and can’t get one, been physically attacked and is routinely harassed and threatened.
[–] notsofreshfeeling 4 points (+4|-0) Edited

Sasha White and MK Fain's Identity Crisis podcast introduced me to Plebity . Plebity is "reclaiming the left" and has a free speech fund for those who are affected by de-platforming and cancellation.

Identity Crisis also brought me to MK Fain's excellent site 4W. 4W is a "platform to today’s feminists who are stepping outside of the liberal mainstream. We are fourth-wave, for women."

Radfem Black is "Caribbean-American feminist. Not the fun kind." who posts on Instagram and Twitter. Her Patreon.

Wethefemales : "a growing group of Canadian women from all walks of life who are deeply worried about the loss of female rights and the medicalization of children resulting from Bill C-16 and Bill C-6. "

Women's Refugee Commission : "WRC’s mission is to improve the lives and protect the rights of women, children, and youth displaced by conflict and crisis."

Standing for Women: "This campaign is to focus specifically on the word woman and other female language that clearly defines women and our rights. The purpose of this campaign is to raise funds for promoting the fight back to this global assault of women."

Deep Green Resistance: Environmental group holding radical feminist beliefs and boundaries.

[–] post_men_syndrome 3 points (+3|-0) Edited
  • Plan International. They focus on kids in the third world, and a lot of their programs are aimed specifically at girls. You can sponsor an individual kid, or support projects like improving a community's water supply (which usually makes it easier for girls to stay in school, since they're disproportionately responsible for fetching water)
  • your local food bank/dv shelter - no link but I guarantee that there are women and girls close to you who could use whatever money or time you can spare. If there's one thing I've learned from recent years, it's that you have to roll up your sleeves and be personally involved in the stuff you care about.
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