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Give Directly and Generously to Girls of Color this Giving Tuesday

Dec 1, 2020

Image: G4GC Love Is Healing COVID-19 Response Fund grantee partner, PEARLS for Teen Girls 


When we invest in girls and femmes who identify as Black, Indigenous and other youth of color, we invest in our future leaders and our collective liberation.

This Giving Tuesday, if you are in a position to make a donation to a nonprofit, we hope you may give directly and generously to one or more of the many outstanding organizations supporting the leadership of girls and gender expansive youth of color across the country.

To learn more about this work, we encourage you to check out our growing network of G4GC Love Is Healing COVID-19 Response Fund grantee partners. Each of these incredible organizations centers the leadership of girls and gender expansive youth of color, while responding immediately, creatively, and with care to provide relief and healing during this ongoing pandemic.

Today, we are pleased to announce our fifth round of Love Is Healing COVID-19 Reponse Fund grantees!

Visit our full list of five rounds of our grantees on our site here and click through to each of their websites to make a direct donation.

Of course, there are so many more organizations serving girls of color, many of which are hopefully local to your own neighborhood, town, or state. We particularly encourage you to support organizations with women and femmes of color in executive leadership, and organizations that center the wisdom and guidance of girls and femme youth of color in their core mission and day-to-day work.

Girls of color are making powerful contributions to our country in the face of great odds. Imagine what they could do with the deep investments they deserve in the power of their leadership and wisdom–and how much brighter our future can be. On this Giving Tuesday and every day, we ask you to uplift that future.

Thank you for your support and generosity.

In community,

Monique W. Morris,  Ed.D.
Executive Director
Grantmakers for Girls of Color