Tuesday Tip: 12 Progressive Nonprofits to Support in 2019
The holidays are a time of giving—and a good time to choose progressive nonprofits you’d like to support in the year ahead.
The giving is the easy part because you know your donations can help these groups do vital work and make the progressive change our world needs right now. The hard part is choosing where to give, but since we donate to 36 amazing progressive groups every year, we have a few suggestions!
The 12 groups below are a short list of some of the great groups we’ve donated to in just the last few years – nearly $4 million in total.
This list is by no means exhaustive – we’re grateful for every progressive group we help fund! Read on to learn more about these groups and click here to see the complete list of groups we donated to in 2018.
We hope you’ll find one, two, or even more groups that you’re excited to support in 2019.
12 progressive nonprofits to support in 2019
Bold Alliance is a network of local groups in rural states that works to protect land and water from dirty fossil fuel projects while supporting clean energy solutions, protecting landowners from eminent domain abuse, and building an engaged base of citizens who care about the land, water, and climate change.
We’ve donated $121,768 to Bold Alliance since 2013.
The Brennan Center for Justice holds our political institutions and laws accountable to the ideals of democracy and equal justice. They fight for checks and balances, voting rights, fair courts, and an end to mass incarceration.
We’ve donated $340,415 to the Brennan Center for Justice since 2007.
Center for Popular Democracy builds power to ensure our country embodies our vision of an inclusive, equitable society where people of color, immigrants, working families, women, and LGBTQ communities thrive together.
We’ve donated $54,300 to Center for Popular Democracy since 2018.
Earthjustice wields the power of law and the strength of partnership to protect people’s health, preserve magnificent places and wildlife, advance clean energy, and combat climate change. They are here because the Earth needs a good lawyer.
We’ve donated $809,309 to Earthjustice since 1998.
Fight for the Future defends the internet from the NSA, cable giants, and corrupt politicians. From saving net neutrality to beating back censorship and spying, they’re fighting for the future of free speech.
We’ve donated $96,134 to Fight for the Future since 2015.
The National Domestic Workers Alliance is working for improved conditions for domestic workers in the United States while building a powerful movement led by women in low-wage jobs, many of whom are women of color and immigrant women.
We’ve donated $94,788 to the National Domestic Workers Alliance since 2015.
Planned Parenthood provides expert nurses, doctors, educators, and health center staff who bring high-quality, affordable reproductive and healthcare services to every member of the communities in which they work. Its health centers offer a wide range of confidential, safe, professional care. One in five women in the U.S. has chosen Planned Parenthood for healthcare at least once in her life.
We’ve donated over $3.4 million to Planned Parenthood since 1985.
Social Security Works leads the fight to expand and improve Social Security and Medicare and lower drug prices. It works to safeguard the economic security of those dependent—today and tomorrow—on Social Security and to maintain Social Security as a vehicle for social justice.
We’ve donated over $504,597 to Social Security Works since 2013.
Transgender Law Center changes law, policy, and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically and free from discrimination, regardless of their gender identity or expression. The largest U.S. trans-led organization advocating self-determination, it employs community-driven strategies to keep transgender and gender-nonconforming people alive, thriving, and fighting for liberation.
We’ve donated $34,470 to Transgender Law Center since 2018.
UltraViolet is a powerful community of people mobilized to fight sexism and create a more inclusive world that accurately represents all women, from politics and government to media and pop culture. Its fast-growing network drives feminist cultural and political change and works to improve the lives of women and girls of all identities and backgrounds and all people impacted by sexism.
We’ve donated $168,661 to Ultraviolet since 2014.
United We Dream is the largest immigrant youth-led community in the country. It works to help undocumented people transform the discrimination they face—and the fear they feel—into finding a voice. It empowers them to develop their leadership and organizing skills and to develop their own campaigns to fight for justice and dignity, for immigrants, and all people.
We’ve donated $165,187 to United We Dream since 2013.
Win Without War is a coalition of groups committed to helping build a better, juster, and more peaceful world by advancing progressive alternatives to America’s over-militarized foreign policy. It supports the foreign policy and anti-militarism work of the diverse array of progressive organizations that make up its coalition, a movement working to shift U.S. foreign policy toward peace.
We’ve donated $57,123 to Win Without War since 2017.
Click here to donate to one, two or all of these great groups.
Made possible by CREDO members
All of the money we’ve donated to the nonprofits above—and to the hundreds of nonprofits we’ve funded over the years—is made possible by our members, who generate millions of dollars in contributions for progressive nonprofits annually just by using our products and services. These donations cost our members nothing extra. But they mean everything to the groups we support.