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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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Hello, this is a reminder to please read the post and follow the formatting instructions. Thanks everyone.

[–] Liandra 1 points (+1|-0) Edited
  • Someone already linked Plan International (the top right "where we work" brings you to the version of your country if existing). I also support Plan International and I sponsor one child (a girl in China). When signing up I got some information about what they do, so I wanted to add that here:
  • Of course they support education
  • They have programs to educate children about their right, which can help girls a lot (e.g. the right not to be forced into marriage)
  • When sponsoring a child you can exchange letters. Obviously political content or such isn't allowed, but I think broadening their horizon, that there is a different world out there, can be very beneficial

  • Wilde Ganzen, an organization in NL (my country of residence). They support "small", concrete projects to help people out of poverty, some of which are women centric (e.g. a women's center or a project to help girls on the street).

  • Terre des Femmes is a German organization for women's rights and against crime against women (like war rape, child marriage, fight against liberal prostitution politics, genital mutilation). German website

  • Girls not Brides (organization they are partner of against child marriage, as an example)

[–] ellienoire 2 points (+2|-0)

Without doxing myself, I always try to donate to local women's shelters and charities.

[–] ActualWendy 3 points (+3|-0)

Lesbian Connection magazine is the last real lesbian media that exists in public.

[–] NeedaGin 2 points (+2|-0)

I donate to Vancouver Rape Relief and Spinster via standing order.

Other things I support on an ad hoc basis - mainly funders for legal actions being taken by women to defend themselves against TRAs, or to reduce the harm done by TRA ideology.

[–] ChristinaXYZ 2 points (+2|-0) Edited

*Sex Matters - campaigning to promote the use of the concept of biological sex (can't believe I've just had to write that)

https://sex-matters.org/

*Fair Play for Women - just taken on the ONS and won

https://fairplayforwomen.com/

*Conservatives for Women - not to be confused with Conservative Women. Like or hate the Tories they're the ones in power and they are the least Stonewall-captured of all the mainstream parties. It also seems possible to be GC in the Conservative party and not get completely cancelled by your own party (compare with Rosie Duffield). The first campaign of Conservatives for Women centred on thanking women and men who stick their neck on the line for biological women which is harmless and politically neutral. Worth signing up to the newsletter even if you can't bring yourself to donate.

https://www.conservativesforwomen.org/

*Keep Prisons Single Sex https://www.keep-prisons-single-sex.org.uk/

*Safe Schools Alliance - campaigns to keeps toilets and changing and sports single sex as well as on the rights of children to be free from sexual harassment and inappropriate education materials (of the born in the wrong body variety)

https://safeschoolsallianceuk.net/

*Ann Sinott who is campaigning to stop the mis-representation of the Equalities Act 2010 by the organisations meant to safeguard it! https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/action-against-unlawful-official-guidance/

*Lesbian and Gay News - a new source of quality journalism that protects the concept of same sex attraction and needs funds to get going https://lesbianandgaynews.com/donate

*Counterweight - not just about women's rights but aims to support people whose work places have gone 'woke' and who don't want to join in a political view point just because everyone else is - obviously important if you're resisting pronoun declarations at work https://counterweightsupport.com/

*and related because of the important concept of free speech - We Are Fair Cop campaign against the politicisation of the police and their use of no-crime hate recording https://www.faircop.org.uk/

(couldn't get the bullet pointing to work properly so have highlighted with asterisk)

[–] firebird 2 points (+2|-0) Edited

Not sure if this project fits with the purpose of the thread, so apologies if it does not.

  • Name: The Pushpa Project
  • Description: project to raise awareness about female foeticide and infanticide in India. It's an EP with four songs (very well done, really emotional too), and donations raised with the EP go to three charities (Unique Home, Snehalaya and Invisible Girl Project).
  • Link: https://pushpaproject.com/
  • Or you can buy the EP on Bandcamp: https://music.satn.am/album/the-pushpa-project
[–] 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.
[–] 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.
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