Each week, The FADER rounds up a small selection of calls for donations from causes furthering the goals of equality and social justice, with a focus on areas that are overlooked in modern media coverage. If you have any comments or suggestions for the roundup, contact us on Twitter or Instagram.
"I’m currently staying at my friends house temporarily, since they struggling financially. My friend’s parents are working 12 hour shifts just to pay bills and make sure that there is food on the table just so she can eat . I’m asking for donations so I can pay for school and hopefully buy a car, so that I can be able to drive to my new job and school." — Enerio
"She has gone to rehab 3 times already, but every time this man takes her back into her addiction. She also has cancer of the mouth, but I am not sure to what degree she is being treated for it. We need to get her moved out as soon as possible so she can recover from her drug dependency and finally live. If she doesn't get the help she needs soon she will likely die." — Marlo De Abreu
"Those arrested were the leaders to demand justice for Elijah McClain, who was brutally murdered by the Aurora Police Department. They are facing multiple felony charges and years in prison in an obvious frame-up aimed at stopping the movement for justice for Elijah McClain." — Protest organisers
"Having already gone through a COVID diagnosis and recovery in May, the past few months have been extremely tough on her and her family. She has herself and a beautiful daughter to support; all donations are appreciated." — Fundraiser organiser
"Since the move I had jobs fall through because of my transness and haven't been able to get back on my feet. I am asking for 6000 for the cost of moving back to my hometown that would go to the move itself, housing, and overall stability. I have assurance that I will be able to get back on my feet living with a former roommate that I trust as well as obtaining a job. Any help at all is greatly appreciated." — Riley
"College was my safe zone - I was able to live my life without my moms harsh criticism or aggressions, and everything was fine. I thought I could even build a relationship with my family. But when the pandemic happened, i foolishly thought i could handle a few months back home. well, for a few months i could. but now im realizing that things are starting to build up." — Amari