Through the end of 2020, Spotify is matching (2-to-1!) employees' 501c3 donations up to $10,00 per employee.
With ~2 months left in 2020, I have about $6,000 left to be matched, which would translate to $18,000 for important organizations I care about and believe in.
I'll be contributing $250 to each of these organizations, and would love for you join me in giving whatever you can to help me reach the full $6,000 (which Spotify will triple). Any money contributed will be evenly split among all four, and receipts will be sent to anyone who contributes (along with a confirmation of the matched amount).
Here's a little more info about each organization:
The Voter Participation Center: a non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 2003 to help members of the Rising American Electorate (people of color, unmarried women, and young people) register and vote. Since then, the organization has helped more than 5.5 million people register and cast ballots.
Center for Black Women’s Wellness: over the past 30 years, the Center for Black Women’s Wellness has created a legacy in the Atlanta community. That legacy ensures that women and families will always have access to quality healthcare. CBWW knows that physical, mental, emotional, and financial health is the foundation for full and productive lives where individuals can thrive and not merely survive. Their programs, staff and volunteers, and host of partners and service providers address those areas with excellence.
Equal Justice Initiative: a nonprofit organization that provides legal representation to people who have been illegally convicted, unfairly sentenced, or abused in state jails and prisons. They challenge the death penalty and excessive punishment and we provide re-entry assistance to formerly incarcerated people.
Buy from a Black Woman: since 2016, Buy From A Black Woman has empowered, educated, and inspired Black Women business owners and the people who support them. Buy from a Black Woman ensures that Black women have the tools and resources that will allow them to be successful. Through educational programs, an online directory, and funding, Buy from a Black Woman continues to grow as a trusted resource that helps Black women in business.
This is a unique opportunity to double (or triple!) down on supporting these organizations' work -- I hope you join me! As a thank you, I'm happy to offer these (if I do say so myself) cool gifts:
Let's do this!
- Rachael Krasnoff
- Christine Merrill
- Dylan Rasnick