Dwight Hutton and Executive Director Saleem Robinson at The Washington State Governor’s Mansion

How to Donate for BIPOC Charities

Today is a good time to donate!

If you are wondering how to Donate or how much, just give with your heart! First and foremost all of your contributions are 100% tax deductible. Our programs help knock down the political barriers that undermine opportunities for people of color to not only just get ahead in life but to thrive and live in dignity and to have a great future. Moreover, you can also donate funds through BIPOC charities that aim to build reliable and never-ending unity among Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). And through Young adult civic leadership development programs, we can help them reach their greatest potential and remediate the barriers of social injustices. However in order for our programs to be impactful they need the support of dedicated donors like you. Your charity donation helps change the direction of our community, our children and our nation for the better. When people like you make a donation, the young adults in our community can receive the education and training to not only understand the civic duty but how to exercise

it in ways to best benefit our society and build a brighter future for themselves. You can give charity in different ways including BIPOC charities, adult charity programs. Moreover, other different ways to donate include:

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Monthly: You can become a monthly donor and continue your support throughout the year and beyond. Becoming regular donor or donate through a black civic engagement fund is one of the most convenient ways to support our community and our society.

Fundraise: Another way to donate is to fundraise, you can raise the concern for generous donation today through your multiple channels. With your fundraising approach, you can help our community to receive the readiness, the awareness and the understanding of how important it is to exercise their right to vote and participate in policies that determine the direction of their communities and how they shape our futures!.

Partner with Us: You can be a partner with us to help young adults in any way possible. You can support a young adult's civic education by partnering with our organization and supporting our young adult civic leadership programs or by simply donate via the black civic engagement fund. Moreover, you can also go for our Corporate Sponsorship packages!

Director Aswan Thompson engaging attendee at The Washington State Governor’s Mansion Conference

You can also Donate by sending a check or Money order to The Brother's For Life Inc Po Box 68334 Seattle Wa. 98168