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.
"Due to the pandemic, and the unexpected expenses related to her mother passing away a few months ago, Zarina needs money to find stable housing, continue her medical treatments for her transition, and survive the pandemic. In case you're unaware: the vast majority of gender affirming surgeries are NOT covered by insurance. Zarina's artistry is bold, innovative and deeply personal. She describes herself as "an intergalactic demoness turned goddess" and "a siren of sultry vibes."" — Fundraiser organiser
"I recently got evicted. We currently have nowhere to go. My mother is a teacher who’s work was already struggling to pull us along. My brother recently received a surgery so he is unable to work or move around properly. As a minor, it’s really hard to find jobs. Usually, I wouldn’t be one to ask for help, but under my circumstances I feel like I have no choice." — RJ
"This is really hard for me to make but my dad passed away on his 50th birthday (October 27th) . He didn't have any life insurance and we need help to pay for his funeral. Please donate if you can and share." — Talyah
"Please help our Brother Muhammad from Yemen who is in intensive care due to a brain tumor, he does not have the money to pay for the hospital, please help him. Im from Berlin and me with the withdrawer will send the money (via western union) to the friend of Muhammad whose name is Atef who asked me to do this campaign who will film it or make a photo when the money arrived, the funds will be spent for hospital costs." — Adam
"This go fund me has been set up by allies in solidarity and in consultation with Djap wurrung and other Aboriginal people at the Djap Wurrung embassy. Funds will be withdrawn and administered by Allies Decolonising team in direct consultation to be spent on camp costs." — Fundraiser organisers