LIST OF ORGANIZATIONS

Marvel Trumps Hate will be supporting the following non-profits. While selecting organizations, we have tried to cover a wide variety of causes for participants to choose from. We have also checked the accountability and transparency of these groups to the best of our abilities by relying on their impact; record; financial breakdowns; ratings on charity watchdog sites such as Charity Navigator, CharityWatch, and BBB Wise Giving Alliance; and/or any other information that is available.

All winners must donate to one of the non-profits on this list, and all creators who wish to specify preferences on their auction pages must choose from the following groups as well.

To see the total amount raised per charity through Marvel Trumps Hate 2018, please refer to our Tumblr post about our auction results.

To see the total amount raised per charity through Marvel Trumps Hate 2019, please refer to our Tumblr post about our auction results.

You can also view the amount raised per charity for the Marvel Trumps Hate 2019 auction below.

1. Amazon Conservation Association ($953.99)

  • Focuses on scientific research and education, the direct protection of critical habitats, and sustainable use of natural resources in the Amazon
  • Donation Page

2. American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) ($1,077.50)

  • Advocates for civil liberties by providing legal support for lawsuits, working on legislative lobbying, and pursuing community outreach and education
  • Donation Page

3. Amnesty International ($1,283.56)

4. Border Angels ($1,241)

  • Works for immigration reform and social justice with a focus on issues related to the U.S.-Mexican border
  • Donation Page

5. Brain & Behavior Research Foundation ($302.83)

  • Works to alleviate the suffering caused by mental illness by awarding grants that will lead to advances and breakthroughs in scientific research
  • Donation Page

6. BuildOn ($69.32)

  • Works to break the cycle of poverty and illiteracy through youth service and education in urban neighborhoods in the U.S. and developing countries
  • Donation Page

7. Common Cause ($120)

  • Works to fight corrupt election practices, expand voters’ rights, promote free speech and accountability in the media, and protect democracy reform through non-partisan campaigns and petitions
  • Donation Page

8. Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund ($891)

  • Advances the civil and human rights of people with disabilities through legal advocacy, training, education, and legislative development
  • Donation Page

9. First Book ($640.67)

  • Provides equal access to quality education for children from low-income families by providing books, educational resources and programs, sports equipment, clothes, food, and more
  • Donation Page

10. Flippable ($255)

  • Helps Democrats win high-impact state races with a data-driven approach
  • Donation Page

11. Innocence Project ($438)

  • Exonerates the wrongly convicted through DNA testing and reforms the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice
  • Donation Page

12. International Refugee Assistance Project ($236)

  • Organizes law students and lawyers to develop and enforce a set of legal and human rights for refugees and displaced persons
  • Donation Page

13. International Rescue Committee ($1,000.05)

  • Helps people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover, and gain control of their future
  • Donation Page

14. Lambda Legal ($994.5)

  • Committed to the full recognition of the civil rights of LGBTQ people and those with HIV through litigation, education, and public policy work
  • Donation Page

15. Life After Hate ($425.91)

  • Founded by former violent extremists to counter radicalization and hate crimes and help people leave extremist hate groups, particularly white supremacy groups. In June 2017, the Trump administration rescinded the $400,000 federal grant LAH was to receive from the DHS
  • Donation Page

16. NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund ($821)

  • Fights for racial justice, especially justice for African Americans, through litigation, advocacy, and public education
  • Donation Page

17. National Alliance to End Homelessness ($394.5)

  • Committed to preventing and ending homelessness in the United States
  • Donation Page

18. National Coalition Against Domestic Violence ($495)

  • Advocates for public policy that increases understanding of the impact of domestic violence
  • Donation Page

19. National Immigration Law Center ($893)

  • Defending and advancing the rights of immigrants with low income by focusing on issues such as DACA, health care, government economic support, immigration enforcement and reform, workers’ rights, and education
  • Donation Page

20. National Women’s Law Center ($92.50)

  • Protects and promotes equality and opportunity for women and families
  • Donation Page

21. Native American Rights Fund ($942)

  • Provides legal assistance to Indian tribes, organizations, and individuals nationwide on critical issues such as tribal sovereignty, treaty rights, natural resource protection, and Indian education
  • Donation Page

22. Planned Parenthood ($4,731)

  • Provides access to healthcare, particularly for women, and advocates for better access to reproductive and sexual health services and education
  • Donation Page

23. ProPublica ($707)

  • Non-profit investigative journalism that focuses on important public issues and stories with the potential to spur real-world impact
  • Donation Page

24. Rainbow Railroad ($1,280.08)

  • Assists LGBTQ people around the world who have faced physical violence or face an imminent threat of violence, imprisonment, or death to escape and seek asylum in safe countries
  • Donation Page

25. Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN) ($1,181.50)

  • Advocates for prevention of sexual violence and develops programs for educating the public about sexual assault
  • Donation Page

26. Run for Something ($135)

  • Helps recruit and support young, diverse progressives running for down-ballot races
  • Donation Page

27. Sierra Club ($39.50)

  • Largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the U.S.
  • Donation Page

28. Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) ($668.50)

  • Monitors and fights hate groups through litigation and education
  • Donation Page

29. The Trevor Project ($3,996.50)

  • Supports LGBTQ youth by providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services
  • Donation Page

30. 350.org ($887.50)

  • Global grassroots response to climate change that holds political leaders accountable to science
  • Donation page