The Giving Tea

Help us support organizations that are committed to inclusivity and equitability! 

Ep. 201// As mentioned by this week’s guest co-host Eric, The Giving Tea supports Thrive Tribe Foundation. Their goal is to end HIV transmission and stem through peer-to-peer empowerment, building community and connecting members to care. By engaging members to be active participants in their healthcare, [Thrive Tribe] connects, empowers, educates and grows the community’s awareness on HIV, PrEP, healthcare, and substance abuse recovery.  Click to DONATE! $1 makes a difference! Thank You!

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Ep. 106// This week’s Giving Tea is an ACT BLUE TOOL helps “SUPPORT KIDS AT THE BORDER”. It  allows you to make a donation to support kids being separated from their family at the border. Your donation will be divided up between several organizations including ACLU, Human Rights First, Al Otro Lado, and Neta. Click to DONATE! Even $1 makes a difference! Thank You!

Ep. 105// As mentioned by this week’s guest co-host Traci, The Giving Tea supports Equal Justice Initiative . They are committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society. Click to DONATE! Even $1 makes a difference! Thank You!

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Ep.104// This week’s Giving Tea supports an organization my guest co-host Zeke works with called Transforming Family! They are a Los Angeles based family support group that creates a positive environment for children, adolescents and their families to explore issues of gender identity. Click to DONATE! Even $1 makes a difference! Thank You!

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Ep.103 //This week’s The Giving Tea, supports GEMSGirls Educational & Mentoring Services (GEMS) is the only organization in New York State specifically designed to serve girls and young women who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking.  GEMS has helped hundreds of young women and girls, ages 12–24, who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation and domestic trafficking to exit the commercial sex industry and to develop to their full potential. GEMS provides young women with empathetic, consistent support and viable opportunities for positive change. Click to DONATE! Even a $1 makes a difference! Thank you!

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