Action / / 29.05.20


The recent deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor at the hands of police brutality have called attention to the deadly effects of racism and state violence around the world. In light of this, protesters have been arrested and met with hostility by the police force and Trump administration.

In order to support the vital campaigns seeking justice for Floyd, Taylor and countless others, please engage with the resources below and donate what you can to any of the following organisations.

Educational reading


In the UK – email your local MP to ask them to support further investigation into Belly Mijunga’s death:

If you can’t attend a protest, see how you can contribute from home:

Donation funds US

Donate to the family of Jacob Blake:

Donate to the Milwaukee Freedom Fund:

Donate to Black Lives Matter:

Donate to Black Visions Collective:

Donate to the Movement for Black Lives:

Donate to Campaign Zero to support policy solutions to end police brutality in America:

Donate to The Bail Project:

Donate to George Floyd Memorial Fund:

Donate to Reclaim the Block:

Donate to bail funds across the US:

Donate to the Brooklyn Bail Fund to assist protesters in Brooklyn:

Donate to the Southern Poverty Law Centre:

Donate to the #SayHerName campaign:

Donate to the Louisville Community Bail Fund to help protesters arrested demonstrating against the police killing of Breonna Taylor:

Donate to the Ahmaud Arbery memorial fund:

Donate to the Northstar Health Collective mutual aid fund:

Donate to the Emergency Release Fund:

Donate to Unicorn Riot to help provide accurate on the ground coverage:

Donate to the Minnesota Freedom Fund to assist protesters in Minnesota:

Regularly updated list of bail funds to support as protests spread:


Donation funds UK:

Donate to Black Minds Matter UK:

Donate to the family of Julian Cole:

Donate to Stop Hate UK:

Donate to Belly Mujinga’s family:

Donate to Show Racism the Red Card:

Donate to the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Foundation:

Donate to Hope Not Hate:

Expanded list of UK charities that work with Black and POC communities: