4 Black women’s charities you should donate to

Run the coins for black women and their charities and you could save someone’s life. Here are 4 charities to consider.

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Times are tougher than ever right now, particularly for Black women. So I thought I’d showcase 4 charities for Black women that you should donate to, whether that’s time, money, or resources. Why? Because of statistics like this:

Black women’s charities are important.

Black Girls CODE

Black Girls CODE was launched by Kimberly Bryant in 2011 to, in essence, teach Black girls how to code. The non-profit does this by providing a training course giving Black girls the means and skills to gain employment in the tech sector and “train 1 million girls by 2040”.

Get involved with Black Girls CODE today.

London Black Women’s Project

London Black Women’s Project (formerly Newham Asian Women’s Project) is an organisation for BME women and girls, committed to their safety and providing emergency accommodation. They also offer:

  • Housing support services
  • Counselling
  • Support groups for BME women and girls
  • Legal advice

Donate to LBWP today

Black Women’s Health Imperative

Started in 1983, Black Women’s Health Imperative was created to improve the health and wellbeing of Black women and girls across the US, whether that be physically, emotionally or financially.

Donate to BWHI today

Inside Out UK

Inside Out UK is a not-for-profit enterprise created to help people improve their mental health and wellbeing. It was founded by Vanessa Boachie who graduated with a BSc in Psychology from the University of Leicester. With education and creativity, Inside Out UK helps young people combat mental health disorders and make life a little easier to deal with.

Donate to Inside Out UK today

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