Funds in Human Rights

Human Trafficking Prevention Fund
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Human Trafficking Prevention Fund
Human Trafficking is one of the serious problems in the world. It is a means of exploitation of women and children by forcing them into the sex industry, domestic and factory labor, organ transplantation and illegal adoption.A ccording to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the trafficking in persons is "a serious crime and a grave violation of human rights." Traffickers around the world are involved in the illegal trade of thousands of men, women, and children used for forced labor, domestic servitude, and sexual exploitation in developed countries, like the U.S., and developing countries in cities, rural towns, and suburban enclaves. We will work with marginalized women and children of United States and worlwide to prevent human trafficking and unsafe migration and raise mass awareness on these issues through mobilization of community groups called Surveillance Groups. INSPIRE YOURSELF. INSPIRE OTHERS.​​ DONATE. SHARE. REPEAT. Contribute and get inspired by the generosity. YOU CAN DOUBLE OR TRIPLE THE IMPACT OF YOUR DONATION WITH MATCHING GIFTS. Your donation or gift is tax-deductible and will be described on your receipt and to the extent allowed by law. We are a non-profit corporation and tax-exempt under the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code section 501 (c) (3). Registered as a Public Charity 509(a)(2) in the United States of America. Employer Identification Number: 85-3743498
Racial Justice and Equality Fund
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Racial Justice and Equality Fund
As a nonprofit whose core value is social justice and inclusion, we are committed to equality and justice – and these commitments have never been more important than they are today. Hatred, discrimination, and injustice are unacceptable and have no place in our societies. We have seen a rise in xenophobic actions around the world, as the economic and psychological impacts of COVID-19 spread. We cannot stay silent in the face of racial injustice whether it is within our communities or outside of them. No one should feel threatened or afraid because of the color of their skin, or who they are, or who they choose to be. We all have a responsibility to end discrimination and intolerance — and to seek justice, reconciliation, and healing. We stand with the family of George Floyd and the countless other families and communities who have suffered discrimination, hatred, or racial violence. We must stay vigilant and do our part to build toward justice and equality for all people. Our actions, both individually and collectively, can make a difference, especially now. Black people are being murdered and brutalized by police with near impunity. Act with us to end racism, demand racial justice, and defend our right to protest. We abhor racism. We do not tolerate it. Racism and inequality continue to create injustice for too many people in this world. Too many people see their lives and their opportunity threatened by the color of their skin. Your donation will fuel our legal battles and urgent advocacy efforts. INSPIRE YOURSELF. INSPIRE OTHERS.​​ DONATE. SHARE. REPEAT. Contribute and get inspired by the generosity. YOU CAN DOUBLE OR TRIPLE THE IMPACT OF YOUR DONATION WITH MATCHING GIFTS. Your donation or gift is tax-deductible will be described on your receipt and to the extent allowed by law. We are a non-profit corporation and tax-exempt under the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code section 501 (c) (3). Registered as a Public Charity 509(a)(2) in the United States of America. Employer Identification Number: 85-3743498
Operation Freedom  Fund
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Operation Freedom Fund
There are more people who live in slavery alive today than during the entirety of the European/American slave trade. Conservative estimates place this number at over 4.5M people in just Asia, including women and children. The vast majority are in slavery over a medical debt for a life-saving procedure. The initial loans are never more than a few hundred dollars. If they can’t make the payments they are taken as slaves to work off the debt in brick kilns. Fines, interest, penalties, and other unethical charges are levied making it physically impossible for them to ever pay the debt. A debt that is passed down to their children if the parent dies. The average cost is $327 per person. That’s not a typo. People who have been living as slaves, oftentimes for their entire life, are able to go free for $327. Entire families are set free together for less money than a weekend at Disney World. This includes enough to help them get on their feet and help them establish a source of income. The workers live in deplorable conditions, the water they use to mix the soil gives them skin diseases and the hazardous fumes from the billowing black smoke during the brick-making process causes asthma and other diseases and increase the risk of contracting tuberculosis. There are no proper toilet facilities, at the kilns or where the workers live. The women have to go in the open, either late at night or early morning. They are harassed, their photos are taken and these women are then exploited. They have no hope of ever being free until God moved on the hearts of generous conduit donors to pay their debt, which was all from medical bills. Today they are free. More than 250 families have been set free.! Thank you for your generosity in making this possible. If you want to help follow the link below.
Goal 5: Gender Equality Fund
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Goal 5: Gender Equality Fund
Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable world. There has been progress over the last decades, but the world is not on track to achieve gender equality by 2030. The social and economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic has made the situation even bleaker. Progress in many areas, including time spent on unpaid care and domestic work, decision-making regarding sexual and reproductive health, and gender-responsive budgeting, is falling behind. Women’s health services, already poorly funded, have faced major disruptions. Violence against women remains endemic. And despite women’s leadership in responding to COVID-19, they still trail men in securing the decision-making positions they deserve. Commitment and bold action are needed to accelerate progress, including through the promotion of laws, policies, budgets and institutions that advance gender equality. Greater investment in gender statistics is vital, since less than half of the data required to monitor Goal 5 are currently available. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations Join in supporting the Gender Equality Fund. Your contributions — no matter how big or small — make an impact.
Support the AAPI Community Fund.
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Support the AAPI Community Fund.
Eight people, many of them women of Asian descent, were killed Tuesday evening in shootings at three Atlanta-area massage parlors and a suspect is in custody, law-enforcement officials said. Crimes targeting Asian Americans have risen dramatically since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Nearly 3,800 instances of discrimination against Asians in the past year. The actual number could be much higher. Many aren't aware of all the racist violent hate crimes against Asians in the United States that have spiked recently due to lack of news coverage . Shooting in Atlanta was another heartbreaking attack on innocent women and men .We cannot stay silent in the face of racial injustice whether it is within our own communities or outside of them. No one should feel threatened or afraid because of the color of their skin, or who they are, or who they choose to be. We all have a responsibility to end discrimination and intolerance — and to seek justice, reconciliation, and healing. Our approach recognizes that in order to effectively address anti-Asian racism we must work to end all forms of structural racism leveled at Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color. In response to the alarming escalation in xenophobia and bigotry resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, we have created this fund to advocate for local, state, and national policies that reinforce human rights and civil rights protections. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donation
Stand Up Against Racism and Injustice Fund
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Stand Up Against Racism and Injustice Fund
When Solidariedade Na Mokili team met to discuss the tragedy of injustice overtaking America, these were the words ( Love. Pain. Solidarity. Fear. Togetherness. Frustration. Disappointment. Anger. Betrayal. Trust. Despondency. Hope. Action ) we spoke and the scope of our emotions. But one thing was appallingly clear: George Floyd’s inexcusable death was a spark applied to a field that has burst into flame. And the words “I can’t breathe,” ignored by the Minneapolis police officers, have deep meaning to thousands upon thousands of Black people and their allies. We cannot stay silent in the face of racial injustice whether it is within our own communities or outside of them. No one should feel threatened or afraid because of the color of their skin, or who they are, or who they choose to be. We all have a responsibility to end discrimination and intolerance — and to seek justice, reconciliation, and healing. We stand with the family of George Floyd and the countless other families and communities who have suffered discrimination, hatred or racial violence. At Solidariedade Na Mokili, we believe that #BlackLivesMatter and we support the ongoing struggles in cities and towns across America to seek positive change and redress deep imbalances. Now, we the people, who have a legitimate claim to even greater and more righteous societal power — our voices and our votes — must not be afraid to use it either. Our actions, both individually and collectively, can make a difference, especially now. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations
LGBTQIA+ Rights Fund
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LGBTQIA+ Rights Fund
Discrimination is not only ethically unacceptable, but it also entails substantial economic and social costs. Anti-LGBT discrimination hinders economic development through a wide range of channels. It causes lower investment in human capital due to LGBT-phobic bullying at school and poor returns, it reduces economic output by excluding LGBT talents from the labor market, it undermines productivity by impairing LGBT people’s mental health, it erodes public finances through significant spending on social and health services to address the consequences of LGBT people’s marginalization, etc. Anti-LGBT discrimination is also detrimental to social cohesion through the persistence of restrictive gender norms that impede gender equality more broadly speaking and, hence, the expansion of social and economic roles, especially for women. Only half of the lesbian, gay, and bi people (46 percent) and trans people (47 percent) feel able to be open about their sexual orientation or gender identity to everyone in their family.to provide independent and rigorous research, insight, and communications that help speed equality and opportunity for all. We work to ensure that all people have a fair chance to pursue health and happiness, earn a living, take care of the ones they love, be safe in their communities, and participate in civic life. We have established this fund to achieve full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people, and everyone living with HIV through impact litigation, education, and public policy work. SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations
Support Iranian women's struggle for Freedom and Equality. Fund
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Support Iranian women's struggle for Freedom and Equality. Fund
The hijab law has been enforced by the country’s “morality police” for over four decades, ever since the Islamic revolution, according to Euronews — and many people across Iran think it’s time for the law to be abolished, especially after Amini’s death. A 22-year-old woman, Masha Amini, was killed by morality police in Iran. In mid-September 2022, a 22-year-old Iranian-Kurdish woman named Masha Amini was arrested by the morality police — because she was not wearing a hijab — while visiting Iran’s capital Tehran with her family, as reported by The New York Times. The morality police detailed Amini, and while in their custody, authorities confirmed that she died, attributing her sudden death to a heart attack. However, CT scans of Amini’s body proved that she experienced a brain hemorrhage; additionally, eyewitness accounts, as well as footage and images of Amini after she was arrested, have led many to speculate that Iran’s morality police physically beat her while she was detained, causing her to die. We have created this fund to fight the “relentless battle against the Iranian regime’s misogyny,” and advocate the right for women to choose what they wear — essentially protesting the hijab laws. The fund will support the committee’s efforts to help achieve equal rights for Iranian women.SOLIDARIEDADE NA MOKILI, a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible. EIN:82-4685492. Spread your random acts of kindness. Double your impact by inspiring others. Feel good, pass it on. Reminder: Employees submit match requests for monetary donations.