Yes To Human Equality!
We are all born different, and our differences are what enrich the world with different cultures and drive innovations. By respecting, living in peace with and learning from one another, we will create a stronger and better world together. Everyone, regardless the color of their skin, gender or sexual orientation, should have the right to feel safe, respected and thrive in their environments.
Now is the time to say no to discrimination and phobias and support human equality and social justice. At Charitocracy, we strive to help people of different sexual orientations, racial backgrounds and genders to gain the same rights and opportunities in life by supporting charities that are devoted to fighting for human equality including racial equality, gender equality, sexual orientation equality, and more. Each month, Charitocracy and our amazing donors hand select human rights charities with their individual honorable missions. By the end of the month, through voting we select one charity out of all the nominated charities from all 12 categories to which we donate our monthly pooled donations. Chances are, your favorite charities will win Charitocracy's monthly grant!
Take a look at the list below of currently nominated human rights charities. See one that inspires you? If not, you can also nominate your favorite human rights charity to add to our voting list! Join us now and empower a cause you care about! Also, feel free to check out our past human rights charity winners or the other charitable causes Charitocracy supports.
- Nominated Cause
- Last Update
- Sea Change OBX
They work directly with the Outer Banks Latino community to promote education & encourage cross-cultural understanding.
- 1 year ago
- OBX Pridefest
They host an annual gay pride festival at the beach and offer scholarships to high school students participating in the GSA club.
- 1 year ago
- Pea Island Preservation Society
They preserve the history of The Pea Island Life Saving Station and African American keeper Richard Etheridge.
- 2 years ago