There are lots of places that you could donate to help the community and cause.
We've provided some suggestions below but this is by no means an exhaustive list.


Donate Money

Black Visions Collective

Campaign Zero

Reclaim the Block

George Floyd's GoFundMe page

Justice for Breonna Taylor

Stand Up to Racism UK

No White Saviours

Audre Lorde Project

The Bail Project

UK Black Pride

Marsha P. Johnson Institute

Black Lives Matter UK


Charity So White

Justice for Grenfell


The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust

The Black Curriculum

Homeless Black Trans Women Fund

National Bail Out


Donate Time & Your Voice

Teach Britain's colonial past as part of the UK's compulsory curriculum

Introduce Mandatory Ethnicity Pay Gap Reporting

Add education on diversity and racism to all school curriculums

Condemn the US government for the use of force against its citizens

Take down all statues of slave traders in the UK

Justice for Tony McDade

Justice for Belly Mujinga

Defund the Police (US)

Justice for Toyin

Justice for Yemen

Fix the Windrush Compensation Scheme Now

Black British History is British History


Write to your MP

You can find out who your MP is here.
We've created a template for you to start with, but you should always personalised and edit the letter.
Copied and pasted letters often get ignored by MPs; part of anti-racist activity is actually doing the work, not making performative and ineffective gestures.


YouTube – Watch To Donate



U-Don is an app created by a group of inspired students.
It aims to bring awareness to current global environmental problems such as pollution, deforestation, non-biodegradable waste and more. They incorporate various mini-games to help us spread these messages.
By downloading U-DON, you will also be able have a close insight on what they do, who they are partnering up with, and what their next plans are.


White Nonsense Roundup was created by white people, for white people, to address our inherently racist society.
Their website states "We believe it is our responsibility to call out white friends, relatives, contacts, speakers, and authors who are contributing to structural racism and harming our friends of color. We are a resource for anti-racist images, links, videos, artwork, essays, and voices. These can be used by anyone for a DIY white nonsense roundup, or by the WNR team to support people of color upon their request." You can apply to be a volunteer here.