All posts tagged: NAACP

Giving for Thanksgiving

Usually my Thanksgiving posts involve writing about what I’m thankful for or highlighting the hypocrisy of the holiday, but this year (oh what a year it’s been…) I decided to create a list of charities and groups worth donating to. Because what’s better than giving on Thanksgiving? Like any list I’ve made on Catch-all, this post is wholly incomplete. There are so many wonderful charities that have either slipped my mind, or I’m not aware of yet, so please be sure to share some of your favorites that aren’t listed in the comment section below. And whether you’re celebrating Thanksgiving or not, I hope you enjoy the holiday season and spending time with loved ones. ❤ Farm Sanctuary The ACLU EMILY’s List The Downtown Women’s Center of Los Angeles National Park Foundation NARAL The Trevor Project Habitat for Humanity The Children’s Defense Fund Best Friends Animal Society National Center for Transgender Equality Amnesty International National Lawyers Guild Women in Film “Unidos” Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief – The Hispanic Federation Stand Up To Cancer NAACP Legal Defense …

How You Can Help Ferguson

Here are a few things you can do to help Michael Brown’s family and the peaceful protesters of Ferguson, Missouri: 1. Send your condolences to the family of Michael Brown through the NAACP. 2. Sign and share these petitions from – Take the case to the Missouri Supreme Court – Require Ferguson and St. Louis county and city police officers to wear body cameras 3. Donate to the Ferguson Public Library. We are open 9-4. Wifi, water, rest, knowledge. We are here for you. If neighbors have kids, let them know teachers are here today, too. — Ferguson Library (@fergusonlibrary) November 25, 2014 _______________________________ If you know of any more ways to help Ferguson, please comment below.