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10 Ways To Support The Protests Outside Of Bail Funds

Mutual aid funds and grassroots organizing form the backbone of our communities.

Supporting the Black Lives Matter movement is not only crucial for racial justice, but also super easy. If you’re not able to use your body to protest, there are plenty of ways to get involved though opening your purse.

Now that many bail funds around the country are asking people to redirect their money due to an overwhelming amount of contributions, you may be wondering where else your support can be put to good use. In addition to bail funds, mutual aid and community-oriented funds are doing critical work on the day-to-day scale to support protestors and Black lives. Swipe through to see 10 places where your donation can make a difference.

Your local mutual aid fund

The volunteer-run mutual aid network assists vulnerable residents of your neighborhood by delivering groceries, providing meals and more. Find a mutual aid organization to support in your city here.