Made Equal Clothing Co. works with companies, nonprofits, and other organizations to address racism on a community-wide scale. Here you’ll find a list of our partners working day and night to bring positive change for racial and color discrimination in our community.
Boys & Girls Clubs are advocating for youth to have the same opportunities and encouraging young people to harness the power of their voice. Boys & Girls Clubs of the Big Bend condemns any act of racism or discrimination. We’ve made it our mission to change the opportunity equation for millions of kids who may not receive the same chance as their peers – sometimes because of their economic status, color of their skin, or other factors that contribute to the cycles of inequity we see in America today.
We advocate for youth to have the same opportunities and encourage young people to harness the power of their voice. We believe it is critical to speak up and take action.
As a nation, we can and must demand change to support Black people and anyone who faces prejudices as a result of systemic racism. Together, we must listen and take action to ensure the future is great for the millions of kids that are counting on us.
Boys & Girls Clubs, as a community-based organization, will be listening, learning, and taking action to support our nation during this critical time of change. Our pledge is to provide more solutions to support work on race, equity, and social justice so that kids, families, and communities can have a better tomorrow. Help get more kids on the road to a greater future.
Equality Florida is the largest civil rights organization dedicated to securing full equality for Florida's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community.
Equality Florida formed in 1997 as Governor Jeb Bush took office and Florida’s state government made a hard turn to the right. In an era of setbacks for progressive causes, Equality Florida has defeated or neutralized every piece of anti-LGBTQ legislation filed in Tallahassee since our founding. These bills included efforts to: overturn all local anti-discrimination policies, repeal all safe schools policies, expand Florida’s anti-gay adoption ban, and prohibit domestic partnership benefits and protections.
Through lobbying, grassroots organizing, education, and coalition building, we are changing Florida so that no one suffers harassment or discrimination on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity or expression.
Southern Scholarship Foundation supports students who lack financial resources, demonstrate excellent academic merit, and exemplify good character attend institutions of higher education.
Southern Scholarship Foundation believes that opportunities to pursue education should not be limited based on the financial, racial, political, religious, or gender status of an individual. We foster a diverse community for all students to live cooperatively and grow together. Cooperative living challenges students to learn from each other, understand differences and similarities, and appreciate others' individuality. We advocate transparency, respect, and promote an environment in which all members can act as independent, vital members of the #SSFfamily.
Our impact includes reducing housing insecurity among college students, saving each student approximately $12,000 per year, and serving as a steppingstone for first-generation college students, who make up half of our student population.
The Village Square is a non-partisan public educational forum on matters of local, state, and national importance. We are dedicated to maintaining factual accuracy in civic and political debate by growing civil discourse on divisive issues and recalling the history and principles at the foundation of our democracy.
The Village Square believes in the power of dialogue and disagreement. We spearhead a variety of programming centered around civility and community-building (especially among political opposites). Locally, we work with a variety of community partners, offering more than 30 programs a year. Nationally, we assist other communities with their civility efforts and provide support as needed. Events and programs are created with the intent of building community, fostering dialogue, encouraging disagreement, and, ultimately, increasing empathy.