This Giving Tuesday our staff suggest supporting these 15 organizations
November 30, 2021

This Giving Tuesday our staff suggest supporting these 15 organizations


This Giving Tuesday we encourage you to donate, support, or follow organizations working to solve pressing challenges through audacious thinking and bold action.

This Giving Tuesday we encourage you to donate, support, or follow organizations working to solve pressing challenges through audacious thinking and bold action.

For many people the holiday season offers an opportunity to reflect on the family, friends, and communities who have supported us in the past year -- both those we've gained, and those we've lost. It's been an incredibly difficult year for many of us, but at Panorama we're also energized by so many of the advocates, leaders, and organizations working to make the world more just, equitable, and safe.

Our "Panorama Gives Back" program supports staff volunteer time and provides charitable contributions to organizations working to create positive change beyond our current portfolios. Each year, we collect staff suggestions for organizations to consider for the program, which we've listed below.

If you need ideas for organizations to support these Giving Tuesday, we hope you will consider supporting some of them. Where possible we have included not only links to make donations, but also other actions you can take to show your support.

International organizations

Centro de los Derechos del Migrante
  • Donate or share CDM's year-round internship program with a law student in your community.
  • Centro de los Derechos del Migrante, Inc. supports Mexico-based migrant workers to defend and protect their rights as they move between their home communities in Mexico and their workplaces in the United States.
Pathologists Overseas
  • Donate or find out how you can volunteer
  • Pathologists Overseas was founded in 1991 with the mission to help develop or improve affordable, sustainable pathology and clinical laboratory services in developing countries through the efforts of volunteer pathologists, technologists and laboratory scientists.
Survivor Alliance
  • Donate or find an ally action you can take.
  • Survivor Alliance works to make the anti-slavery field more ethically and meaningfully engaged with survivors of human trafficking as lived-experience experts and as professional consultants.

National organizations

Color of Change
  • Donate or learn what meaningful actions you can take
  • As a national nonprofit driven by 7 million members, Color of Change moves decision makers in corporations and government to create a more human and less hostile world for Black people, and all people.
Families and Workers Fund
National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON)
  • Donate or help with translation/interpretation needs
  • NDLON improves the lives of day laborers, migrants and low-wage workers by building leadership and power among those facing injustice so they can challenge inequality and expand labor, civil and political rights for all.
  • Donate or consider partnering
  • PushBlack uses the power of narrative, especially Black history and news, to educate and activate their subscribers to build personal power and create lasting economic and political change.
The 19th News
  • Donate or become a monthly member
  • The 19th is a nonprofit newsroom supported by a mix of membership, philanthropy and corporate underwriting. Their goal is long-term sustainability to support a lasting future for news and information at the intersection of gender, politics and policy.
United for Respect
  • Donate or read about UFR's campaigns for better public policy and corporate practices.
  • United for Respect is a national nonprofit fighting for big and bold policy changes that will improve the lives of people who work in retail.

Local organizations

Families of Color Seattle
  • Donate or learn how you can join the FOCS community
  • Founded in 2013, Families of Color Seattle (FOCS) is a nonprofit led by mothers of color that specializes in community dialogues, workshops, and consulting on race, family engagement, and anti-bias education.
Texas Equal Access Fund
Choose 180 (Seattle, WA)
  • Donate or volunteer to support a workshop
  • Since 2011 Choose 180 has supported over 2,500 youth in avoiding criminal prosecution and choosing a new direction for their lives through workshops, coaching, and other programs.
Refugee Women's Alliance (Seattle, WA)
  • Donate or start a fundraiser
  • Refugee Women's Alliance is a nonprofit that provides holistic services to help refugee and immigrant women and families thrive through services that are available in over 50 languages and dialects.
The YA-YA Network (New York, NY)
  • Donate or send original artwork for their "Art for Action" fundraiser.
  • The YA-YA Network provides youth with the mentorship, popular education, organizing experience, and networking opportunities necessary to challenge the status quo and take their place as leaders in the fight for social and economic justice.
Youth in Focus (Seattle, WA)
  • Donate or purchase a student-created print
  • Youth in Focus is a Seattle-based nonprofit that provides after-school, summer, and partner programs of Digital and Darkroom photography for teens aged 13-19 furthest from educational justice.
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