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Friday Headlines: Giving

TMN will be offline through the holidays, and the newsletter will return on Monday, Jan. 4. Until then, here's our annual round-up of some of the places we like to give money.

Advice on how to give to charity if you're not wealthy.

The Human Restoration Project is a small, grassroots nonprofit putting human-centered education materials into the world.

The Complete Works provides alternative education to those who are struggling with regular school.

​Electric Umbrella provides music lessons to those with learning disabilities and accepts instruments as donations.

The Trevor Project offers widely available crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ young people.

Music as Therapy makes the "life-enhancing benefits of music available to as many vulnerable, marginalized people as possible."

826 National helps students become young authors who can tell their own stories and grow the potential of their imaginations.

Black & Pink is an LGBTQ Black-led national abolitionist organization. They do everything from organizing bail release funds for LGBTQI prisoners to supporting ex-convicts as they transition into life after incarceration.

The Inner City Law Center is the only provider of legal services on Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles.

The Marsha P. Johnson Institute protects and defends the human rights of Black transgender people.

Direct Relief works in the US and internationally to equip doctors and nurses with life-saving medical resources.

No Us Without You provides food security for undocumented restaurant staff and their families.

Merch 4 Relief supports the struggling restaurant industry by selling goods designed by restaurant industry artists.