Draw to Action: Organizations

All proceeds from the sales of Draw to Action benefit fifteen local organizations which serve our most underserved and vulnerable communities. The list spans a variety of areas, from mental health, social justice reform, to transgender rights. At checkout, choose from the following organizations:


  1. Amistad Law 

Amistad Law Project is a Black led Philly based public interest law firm and organizing project that fights for people's human rights by litigating and organizing to end mass incarceration and defund the police.

  1. Everybody Eats! 

As leaders in the fight against hunger, Everybody Eats is dedicated to increasing food security and building camaraderie within communities. Everybody Eat’s mission is to nourish underserved neighborhoods that are often forgotten by valuing and embracing diversity, fairness and inclusion to our vision of empowering communities where no one has to go hungry.  

  1. The Evoluer House 

The Evoluer House, an innovative and dynamic nonprofit organization, delivers empowerment programs that help girls to envision a future devoid of disadvantages and filled with possibilities. The Evoluer House is on a mission to help produce strong female leadership in the workforce and in society, by investing in young women and girls and their collective well-being and power. 


Galaei is a queer Latinx social justice organization. Galaei is unwavering in their commitment to the advancement de nuestra familia through leadership and economic development, sexual empowerment, and grassroots organizing.

  1. Juntos 

Juntos is a community-led, Latinx immigrant organization in South Philadelphia fighting for human rights for workers, parents, youth, and immigrants. Juntos believes that every human being has the right to a quality education and the freedom to live with dignity regardless of immigration status.

  1. Micah’s Mixx 

Micah’s Mixx, is run by ten year old Micah Harrington. Micah creates and sells a half-dozen flavors of lemonade and iced tea from a folding table at 23rd and Sigel Streets in South Philadelphia and his goal is to one day set up a pop-up trailer so he can sell his drinks across the city. 

  1. NAMI Philly 

NAMI PHILADELPHIA is an affiliate of The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. NAMI’s fundraising efforts help them continue to offer FREE support, resources, education, awareness, advocacy to any individual and their loved ones impacted by mental health conditions. 

  1. Phreedom Jawn

The social media page Phreedom Jawn serves as an important resource for the city’s communities of color. Rasheed Zaire Ajamu created and runs the online informational hub, which exists on Instagram and Twitter, where he posts news, culture resources and information about BLM-related protests and marches.  

  1. Philly Bail Fund 

The Philadelphia Bail Fund is a community organization and revolving fund that posts bail for people who cannot afford it. Philly Bail Fund’s goal is to keep families together and put ourselves out of business by advocating for the abolition of money bail in Philadelphia.

  1. Philly for Real Justice

The Philadelphia Coalition for Racial Economic and Legal Justice (REAL) is an inclusive grassroots organization that is community focused and globally engaged. Philly for REAL Justice’s mission is to provide a safe space for community organizations and individuals to come together and combine resources to eliminate the system of white supremacy and police terror across all areas of racial, economic, and legal oppression.

  1. Philly Unknown

The Philly Unknown Project intends to cultivate community cohesion and educate and advocate for those who can’t be a voice for themselves.Philly Unknown is a grassroots non-profit that provides hand-to-hand outreach to those experiencing houselessness. 

  1. Project LETS

Project LETS is a national grassroots organization led by and for folks with lived experience of mental illness/madness, disability, trauma, & neurodivergence. Project LETS specialize in building transformative peer support collectives and community mental health care structures that do not depend on state-sanctioned systems.

  1. RHD Morris Home

Morris Home, the only residential recovery program in the country to offer comprehensive services specifically for the transgender community, provides a safe, recovery-oriented environment in which people are treated with respect and dignity. Using a trauma informed and harm reduction approach, Morris Home supports our members with reaching their individual goals related to recovery, housing, and more.

  1. Spirits Up! 

Spirits Up! is a company offering tools for personal liberation and healing through activities such as yoga, meditation, and all forms of art. Spirits Up is fundraising to create numerous healing spaces for those consistently on the frontlines for Black liberation, and for the communities who’ve suffered systemic racial traumas. 

  1. The Youth Art & ​Self-Empowerment Project 

The Youth Art & Self-Empowerment Project (YASP) is building a youth-led movement to end the practice of  trying and incarcerating young people as adults. Through its work in the Philadelphia jails, YASP provides space for incarcerated young people to express themselves creatively and to develop as leaders both within and beyond the prison walls.

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