Support NCRP Members This #GivingTuesday & Beyond

Every year, after Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday, comes Giving Tuesday – a day dedicated to donating to your favorite causes and organizations.Giving Tuesday Heart Logo

This #GivingTuesday, we hope you will use your donations to push for a more just and equitable world. With what’s sure to be a fiery election season ahead of us in 2024, this is not the time to be frugal. Donations to progressive organizations are way down in 2023 across the board. And let’s be clear, the groups having the greatest impact are working 365 days a year and need multi-year financial support, coaching, and mentoring.

That being said, NCRP is happy to support the work of the following NCRP members. While we have listed these organizations under their most active issue areas, many of the groups listed below operate intersectional across a number of connected issues.



Black Liberation/Racial Equity


African Communities Together, Inc.

Twitter: @AfricansUS
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African Communities Together is an organization of African immigrants fighting for civil rights, opportunity, and a better life for our families here in the U.S. and worldwide. ACT empowers African immigrants to integrate socially, advance economically, and engage civically.


The New 3Rs
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The New 3Rs
uses its 10,000 Black History Artifacts to teach Pre-k – 10th grade children and their families the contributions Blacks have given the world , the Black Holocaust, as well as Responsive Philanthropy.



ABEN (A Black Education Network)
Twitter: @aben4ace

ABEN (A Black Education Network) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping students of the African diaspora reach academic & cultural excellence. Learn how you can support their mission here:


Selma Center for Nonviolence
Twitter: @Selma_CNTR
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Selma Center for Nonviolence works to create an equitable community by eradicating systemic barriers to growth & development through the collective implementation of personal, cultural and institutional solutions. To donate, click here:


Community Change
Twitter: @communitychange
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Longtime partner and #NCRPMember Community Change builds the power of low-income people, especially people of color, to fight for a society where everyone can thrive. Learn how you can support their work here:


Climate Justice and Just Transition


Climate Mental Health Network

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Through intergenerational engagement, the Climate Mental Health Network address the mental health impacts of the climate crisis through education, engaging communities and families, and by harnessing the power of media and technology.


Green 2.0
Twitter: @diversegreen

Green 2.0 is dedicated to increasing diversity across mainstream environmental NGOs, foundations & government agencies. Learn more about their work here:


Democracy, Civic Engagement & Journalism


Alliance for Justice
Twitter:  @AFJustice
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Alliance for Justice (AFJ) is a national association of 150 organizations representing a broad array of civil rights, environmental, immigration, disability, consumer, workers, women’s, LGBTQ, and other groups committed to democratic values and the creation of an equitable, just, and free society.


Alliance for Youth Action
Twitter: @alliance4youth
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Alliance for Youth
Action grows progressive people power across America by empowering local young people’s organizations to strengthen our democracy, fix our economy & correct injustices through on-the-ground organizing. Learn more about Alliance for Youth on their website at


Khmer Girls in Action
Twitter: @Kgalb
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Long Beach, CA’s Khmer Girls in Action mission is to build a progressive & sustainable Long Beach community that works for gender, racial + economic justice led by Southeast Asian young women. Learn more about Khmer Girls in Action on their website at


Rights and Democracy

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Rights and Democracy’s mission is to bring people together to take action to build healthy communities and make the values of our communities guide the policies of our government. We are building a popular movement to advance rights and build a real democracy.  We work in partnership with community groups, progressive unions, faith communities, organizations fighting for human and civil rights, and environmental and climate action groups.


Native American Rights Fund
Twitter: @NDNrights
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The Native American Rights Fund holds governments accountable. We fight to protect Native American rights, resources, and lifeways through litigation, legal advocacy, and legal expertise.


Texas Center for Justice and Equity

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Texas Center for Justice and Equity advocates at the state & local level—with their system-impacted coalitions—to end mass incarceration, shift funding toward community supports, & reduce racial inequities in the criminal legal system.


First Nations Development Institute
Twitter: @FNDI303
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First Nations Development Institute improves economic conditions for Native Americans through direct financial grants, technical assistance & training, and advocacy & policy. Learn more about their work here:


Faith in Public Life
Twitter: @FaithPublicLife
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Faith in Public Life is a national movement of clergy and faith leaders united in the prophetic pursuit of justice, equality and the common good. They work to advance just policies at the local, state and federal levels. You can learn more about them here:


re:power Fund

re:power Fund works toward their vision by offering training and strategic support to BIPOC leaders, community organizations, and coalitions across the progressive ecosystem, focusing on elections and governance, movement building, and movement technology.


Ella Baker Center
Twitter: @ellabakercenter
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The Ella Baker Center helps organize people-powered campaigns to reinvest resources into communities most harmed by policing. Learn how you can support them here:


Twitter: @Gamalielnetwork
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Gamaliel‘s leaders are trained to cut issues in the hearts and minds of the people, shape a policy agenda, build relationships decision-makers, run actions to move them, raise money to fund the work, build a leader base, and shift the narrative.


Twitter: @Demos_Org
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Through cutting-edge policy research, inspiring litigation and deep relationships with grassroots organizations, Demos champions solutions that will create a democracy and economy rooted in racial equity. Learn more about their work here:


Minnesota Council of Nonprofits
Twitter: @SmartNonprofits
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Minnesota Council of Nonprofits is dedicated to advancing diversity, inclusion & equity through enhancing + improving intercultural competence, intentionally creating inclusive spaces and working to address disparities within the sector. Learn more about their work here:


Capital & Main
Twitter: @Capitalandmain
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Capital & Main is an award-winning nonprofit publication that reports from California on the most pressing economic, environmental and social issues of our time. Learn more about their work here:


Education Equity


Greene Scholars Program
Twitter: @greenescholars1
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The Greene Scholars Program helps youth of African ancestry in San Francisco Bay Area communities successfully complete higher education in STEM, and serve as positive role models and contributors to their communities. Learn more about their work here:


Twitter: @OnaketaTutoring
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Onaketa provides free online tutoring to underserved black and brown youth. We specialize in science and math, and we serve students in middle school, high school, and college.


Children’s Defense Fund
Twitter: @ChildDefender
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Children’s Defense Fund works with policymakers to advocate for federal policies that improve children’s lives. Learn more about their work here:


IAF Northwest
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IAF Northwest is a regional network of 12 broad-based Affiliates in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. The Affiliates are broad based member organizations and work with faith-based organizations, education, health, labor and community organizations united to act effectively to bring about practical solutions to advance the common good.


Catalyst California
Twitter: @CatalystCali
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Catalyst California works with partners + communities to expand educational opportunities for California’s children; creates healthy and safe neighborhoods & ensures communities of color have a voice in our democracy. Learn more about their work here:


Legal Aid Justice Center
Twitter: @LegalAidJustice
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Legal Aid Justice Center partners with communities and clients to achieve justice by dismantling systems that create and perpetuate poverty.


United Women of East Africa Support Team
Twitter: @uweast1
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’s mission is to be the force for culturally competent health services, education and advocacy for the well-being of the East African community. We are meeting the overwhelming physical and mental health related needs of East African refugee women and families primarily in the City Heights neighborhood of San Diego.


Economic Equity


Class Action
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Class Action provides a dynamic framework and analysis for people of all backgrounds to identify and address issues of class and classism and its intersection with race and racism.


Georgia Advancing Communities Together, Inc.
Twitter: @GeorgiaACT
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Georgia Advancing Communities Together, Inc. is a membership organization of nonprofit housing and community development organizations that serve families with limited housing choices. Learn more here:


Held GSO Inc.
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Held GSO Inc. provides direct, guaranteed income to people in need. We do this by partnering with community-based, social-support organizations. Our partner agencies refer individuals who need financial support to Held, and we provide them with a monthly guaranteed income. We believe that this combination of regular, guaranteed income and social support services has the power to transform people’s lives.


Native American Rights Fund
Twitter: @NDNRights
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Native American Rights Fund holds governments accountable & protects Native rights, resources, and lifeways through litigation, legal advocacy, & expertise. Learn more here:


Family Agriculture Resource Management Services (F.A.R.M.S.)
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Family Agriculture Resource Management Services (F.A.R.M.S.) offers legal and technical services to aging farmers while reducing hunger in the farmers community through our 30000Acres TM food bank program. To learn more about their work, visit



National Housing Resource Center
Twitter: @nhrc_846
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National Housing Resource Center is an advocate for the nonprofit housing counseling industry, housing consumers, for communities of color, the elderly and under-served communities. earn about them here:


Reproductive Access and Gender Equity


Texas Equal Access Fund
Twitter: @TEAFund
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Texas abortion clinics are closed and that means that abortion funds in Texas are the resources equipped, poised, agile and determined to continue supporting Texans in accessing care outside of the state.


Apiary for Practical Support
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Apiary for Practical Support provides community spaces, trainings and technical assistance to practical support organizations and people and organizations looking to expand into practical support (what we like to refer to as “PS-curious”).

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SisterReach’s mission is to empower the people we serve to lead healthy lives, raise healthy families, and live in healthy and sustainable communities by using a four-pronged strategy of education, policy and advocacy, culture change, and harm reduction.



Migrant Justice


Welcoming America
Twitter: @WelcomingUSA
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Welcoming America is a nonprofit leading a movement of inclusive communities becoming more prosperous by ensuring everyone belongs, including immigrants.


Virginia Organizing
Twitter: @VAOrganizing
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Virginia Organizing is a non-partisan statewide grassroots organization dedicated to challenging injustice by empowering people in local communities to address issues that affect the quality of their lives. Learn more here:


National Partnership for New Americans
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NPNA exists to advance an immigrant equity and inclusion agenda at the state, local and federal level through policy, advocacy, and service programs that create vast opportunities for immigrant and refugee communities to achieve full civic, social and economic justice.


Virginia Coalition for Immigrant Rights
Twitter: @VA_Immigrants
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The Virginia Coalition for Immigrant Rights (VACIR) is a multi-racial and multi-ethnic coalition of organization s that exists to win dignity, power and quality of life for all immigrant and refugee communities.


Florida Immigrant Coalition (FLIC)
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The Florida Immigrant Coalition (FLIC) is a statewide coalition of more than 65 member organizations and over 100 allies, founded in 1998, work together for the fair treatment of all people, including immigrants. Learn more about them here:


Jobs With Justice
Twitter: @jwjnational
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JWJ is a national network of nearly 40 local coalitions comprised of labor unions, worker centers, community, faith-based, and student organizations. We bring together labor, community, student and faith voices at the national and local levels.


Louisiana Organization for Refugees and Immigrants
Twitter: @LoriUSA
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Louisiana Organization for Refugees and Immigrants (LORI) works to build a network of refugee and immigrants leaders to advocate for issues of interest to their communities.


Refugee Congress
Twitter: @RefugeeCongress
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Refugee Congress is a national nonpartisan organization built by & led by former refugees and asylum-seekers across the U.S. to champion domestic and international issues. Learn more about them here:


Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN)
Twitter: @SEIRN
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Southeast Immigrant Rights Network (SEIRN) is comprised of 29 immigrant-led grassroots groups as well as local, state and regional organizations working together to lift the voice & leadership of immigrant communities in the Southeast. Learn more about them here:


United Stateless
Twitter: @UnitedStateless
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United Stateless works to build & inspire community among those affected by #statelessness & to advocate for our #humanrights. Learn more about them here:


United We Dream
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United We Dream is working to empower people to develop their leadership, their organizing skills, and to develop their own campaigns to fight for justice and dignity for immigrants and all people. Learn more about them here: