Double Donations in December: Standing Up Against Trump’s Hate

Standing up to Trump's hate

Donald Trump’s bigoted attack on the diversity of our communities, including the bullying of immigrants and Muslim-Americans, was abhorrent during the election, and it will be disgraceful if he continues this behavior in the White House. His first staffing decisions show that he wants to build an administration that will use the power of the federal government to deliver on those threats.

CREDO believes it is incumbent on all of us to stand up and defend those threatened by Trump. That is why we decided to select groups standing up against Trump’s hate for one of the slates we are funding in our special December donations election.

This month, instead of donating our typical monthly contribution of $150,000, we’ll be doubling our donation to over $300,000. And instead of three groups, you’ll be able to vote for three issue slates, each comprised of five nonprofits, to fund a total of 15 groups. These organizations are small grassroots groups, meaning your vote and the contribution it represents will go even further.

Learn more about the groups in the “Standing Up Against Trump’s Hate” slate below and cast your vote by Dec. 31.

Florida Immigrant Coalition logoFlorida Immigrant Coalition
Through connectivity, consciousness and capacity-building for bold action, Florida Immigrant Coalition (FLIC) has won sophisticated campaigns in civic engagement, access to college and fighting criminalization so people can live, love and work without fear.


Mijent logoMijente

Mijente is a new national political home for Latinx and Chicanx organizing in the United States. It is a hub for online/offline hybrid organizing among pro-Black, pro-queer, pro-poor, pro-woman and pro-planet Latinx changemakers.

Muslim Advocates logoMuslim Advocates
Muslim Advocates is a national legal advocacy and educational organization that works on the frontlines of civil rights to guarantee freedom and justice for Americans of all faiths.

NDLON LogoNational Day Laborer Organizing Network
National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON) aspires to live in a world of diverse communities where day laborers live with full rights and responsibilities in an environment of mutual respect, peace, harmony and justice.

NOWCRJ logoNew Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice
The New Orleans Workers’ Center for Racial Justice is dedicated to organizing workers across race and industry to build the power and participation of workers and communities.

 

 

Learn more about the other December donations organizations and the progressive causes they support: “Advancing the Movement for Black Lives” and “Fighting for Climate Justice“. Be sure to cast your vote by Dec. 31.

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