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DISCLAIMER: THE FOLLOWING IS BY NO MEANS A COMPREHENSIVE LIST. IF YOU FIND AN ADDITIONAL RESOURCE, DON'T HESITATE TO RECOMMEND IT!
 

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Landesa is an organization that works with governments to give impoverished communities land rights, allowing them to break the cycle of poverty.

Landesa

Worldvision is an organization that helps communities living in poverty or who have been displaced by circumstances such as war or natural disasters.

Worldvision

Change a Child's story supports a network of programs and volunteers who aid vulnerable children during the COVID-19 pandemic.

CASA/GAL

Project Feast's mission is to provide refugees and immigrants with sustainable opporutnities in the food industry. Their current efforst focus on providing emergency meals for immigrant, refugee and senior citizens, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Project Feast

Colectiva Legal del Pueblo is an organization founded by undocumented immigrants. It provides free/low cost immigration services and advocates for policies that protect immigrants in Washington state. 

Colectiva Legal

Legal Foundation of Washington

Legal Foundation of Washington uses its donations to provide legal assistance and equal civil justice for low income people. 

Polaris Project

Polaris Project researches and responds to sex and human trafficking. It uses its data from research to dismantle systems that facilitate trafficking.

NWIRP

Northwest Immigrant Rights Project provides legal assistance to immigrants in Washington state, allowing them to gain access to basic needs such as health care and housing.

The Dove Project

The Dove Project supports survivors of domestic abuse and provides preventative education to create safer communities.

Lebanese Red Cross

The Lebanese Red Cross is the main provider of emergency support in Lebanon. Donate here to help victims of the Beirut Explosion. The minimum donation is $2 USD. 

ACTION

Second Step Housing

Second Step Housing provides affordable housing for homeless individuals. Volunteers help plan events where they can educate and empower communities.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

The NCMEC assists victims and families in searching for exploited, or missing children. Volunteers can give NCMEC presentations at their community events and join a campaign to raise awareness.

CASA/GAL

Change a Child's story supports a network of programs and volunteers who aid vulnerable children during the COVID-19 pandemic. Volunteers support child abuse victims by advocating for their best interests in court.

BOYCOTT FORCED UYGHUR LABOR

If you want to boycott the companies using forced Uyghur labor, this is a link to a comprehensive list of all the companies profiting. If you want to employ a non-boycotting method, you can write to the companies and convince them to cease profiting from unlawful labor.

CONTACT YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS

Contact your senators, representative, and the White House. Tell them to support the bipartisan UIGHUR Act of 2019 and ask the President to impose Global Magnitsky sanctions on those who profit off the human rights abuses of Uyghurs.

CONTACT HUMANITARIAN ORGS

Contact the International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent Societies and urge action on finding missing family members of Uyghurs.

ADDITIONAL SUPPORT

Learn the warning signs of child trafficking

Learning the warning signs could save someone's life before it's too late. This fact sheet provided by the US Department of Education provides information on how to identifies victims and how to report suspected incidents.

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EST. 2020