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#GivingTuesday 10 Black-owned nonprofits to Support

'Tis the season to be giving! Yes that time of the year has finally arrived & Black-owned nonprofits should be on your mind! With the holiday season being right around the corner, we at #BlackGirlDigital are prepping for excessive eating AND spending. It is the perfect time to donate to important causes that help empower the black community. We are looking forward to putting some of our hard-earned coins into our compiled list of Black-owned nonprofits for #GivingTuesday as should you! See below for their Instagram and website links.

Black Girl Digital: Covers Black Non-Profits

Black Girl Digital: Covers Black Non Profits - National Black Womens Justice Institute
Courtesy of NBWJC

The National Black Women's Justice Institute is an organization that assists black women with criminalization and economic marginalization, not only in an effort to fight for these women, but also for gender and racial disparities as a whole.

Courtesy of IFBA

Initiative for a Better Africa is a nonprofit organization whose beliefs are that through empowering the youth through education, we can battle poverty, illiteracy, hunger, and corruption in various African countries.

Courtesy of MTM

The "me too." Movement provides resources to support the healing process of sexual violence survivors. The organization also works to offer community organized resources for black women in low-income communities to discuss sexual violence.

Courtesy of BWHI

The Black Women's Health Imperative is a dedicated organization that has instituted numerous national programs that are health-related to "save and extend the lives of Black women". Their mission is to continue to implement programs and offer resources for the well-being and health of Black women all over the world.

Courtesy of UNCF

The United Negro College Fund has helped over 500,000 students attend and graduate successfully by giving financial support to 37 HBCUs.

Black in Technology | @blksintech

Courtesy of BIK

The Blacks in Technology Foundation's goal is to "stomp the divide" between Black tech workers by providing networking opportunities, community events, training, and education to Black workers in the field.

Courtesy of NABJ

The National Association of Black Journalists wishes to strengthen the ties between Black media professionalists and journalists worldwide by providing quality programs and services to its members.

Courtesy of NC100BW

The National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Inc., advocates for gender and socio-economic equity in areas such as health, education, and economic empowerment by promoting leadership development.

Black Girls Code | @blackgirlscode

Courtesy of BGC

Black Girls Code is an organization that reaches out to Black girls in underrepresented communities and teaches them coding through workshops and school programs. They want to show young girls that they have what it takes to be the next Black programmers and deplete the gap of Black women in technology.

Courtesy of 100BMLA

The 100 Black Men of Los Angeles, Inc., is an organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life for unrepresented African American communities through building up Black men in areas of mentoring, education, economic empowerment, leadership, health, and wellness.

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