This year has been tough—and in these past six months alone we've lost too many black lives to police brutality and racism including George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery. Families are hurting, so it's more important now than ever before to take action.

Aside from having those hard conversations with your family and loved ones and signing petitions to demand police accountability and justice, one of the most effective ways to help is to donate. No amount is too small, it all adds up.

Here's where you can donate your dollars to right now to support the black community:

Black Lives Matter National Fund

Committed to the fight to end white supremacy and state-sanctioned violence.

The Bail Project

A nonprofit that pays bail for those in need, preventing incarceration due to racial and economic gaps.

ActBlue

Can't decide where to donate? ActBlue has made it possible to split a donation between 70+ community bail funds, mutual aid funds and racial justice organizers.

Black Visions Collective

A black, trans and queer-led organization that actively works to dismantle systems of oppression and violence, creating a world in which all Black Lives Matter.

The NAAC Legal Defense and Education Fund

America's top legal firm fighting racial justice, seeking equality for all Americans.

Fair Fight

Founded by Stacey Abrams, this organization works to end voter suppression and work towards equal voting rights.

Campaign Zero

Provides research-based policy solutions to end police brutality.

The Marshall Project

A non-profit journalism organization covering issues related to the criminal justice system in America.

ACLU

Non-profit working towards ensuring every person has their constitutional rights, regardless of party.

Communities United Against Police Brutality

A Twin-Cities-based organization committed to deal with police brutality, helping families of victims and support for survivors.