Help Keep Everyday Feminism Alive!
You shouldn’t have to live in a world without independent feminist media.
But across the board and at Everyday Feminism, independent media is in trouble, y’all. It’s hard to stay financially sustainable in a time when attacks on free speech are coming from every which direction.
Your readership and participation in our programming keeps us going, allowing us to continually create kick-ass content that helps folks break down and stand up to the daily oppression in their lives.
And we’ve got some great ideas for how to push even more radically life-changing resources to get the world through 2017 and beyond.
In May 2017, we were on the brink of becoming yet another independent media publication that had to shut down – and that was unsettling as hell.
But with the support of our community (that’s you!), we were able to raise $50,000 to cover some of our operating costs to give us the time and the space to think up brilliant ways to stay financially sustainable.
We were able to do that because of you.
But every little bit still helps, especially as we transition into a different kind of Everyday Feminism – one that answers the call for what the world needs.
Over the last five years, the Everyday Feminism team has built an incredible network of intersectional feminists. In 2016 alone, we had more than 40 million viewers in over 140 countries.
We offer an unique, educational, inside-out approach to fighting everyday oppression. And with the Trump administration in the White House, and the political climate as dangerous as it is, we know our work is especially critical now.
So if you want to join the fight to keep independent feminist media alive, and especially if Everyday Feminism has helped you on your social justice journey, please donate now.
Whether it’s $50 or $5, you can give whatever you can, and we mean that – every dollar counts. Every dollar shows that our community is committed to this fight for personal and social liberation.
Because Everyday Feminism is necessary.
Especially at a time when unapologetic white supremacists are in power.
Especially at a time when so many people are waking up to what it means to protest for the first time.
Especially at a time when millions of readers visit our website, seeking strategies for healing from systemic oppression and for inclusive, effective activism.
And you can help us help you to continue not only to subsist, but to resist.
In solidarity and with love,
The Everyday Feminism Team
Frequently Asked Questions
- How can I send my donation via PayPal? When you click to donate via the Donation box, select the “PayPal” option instead of “Credit Card” – or you can send it through this link.
- Where can I mail a check? Please make it payable to Everyday Feminism and mail it to 75 N Woodward Ave #87683, Tallahassee, FL 32313.
- How can I donate via telephone? Please let us know via our Contact Us form.
- Do you accept international donations from outside of the US? Yes, we do accept credit cards from outside of the US. If you prefer to not use one, though, you can also send it via PayPal. Please just make sure you’re donating the desired amount since the amounts listed are in US dollars.
- Want to support through in-kind donations or sponsorships? Please let us know via our Contact Us form!
- How do I know if my donation went through on this site? After you donate, you should be sent to a thank you page and receive an e-mail receipt of your donation. If you did not, please let us know via our Contact Us form and we will work it out.
- How will these donations be used? We will use them to support our incoming revenue as we develop and launch new programming to support people fighting for social justice in this current political climate.
- What are your major expenses? We run a pretty lean organization in terms of overhead with 80% of our expenses paying for staff, benefits, and posts. Within our limited financial resources, we strive to pay equitably and pay for all posts, including even cross-posts – even though the industry norm is to pay nothing or a pretty low fee for even original posts. And since we’re a bootstrapped independent media organization comprised primarily of queer people of color, the money to pay for this important work doesn’t come from venture capitalists or a large media conglomerate – which is sometimes the case for other media sites.
- Is this donation tax-deductible?: No, it is not tax-deductible since we’re a social justice committed organization, but not a non-profit.
Still got questions? Please ask them in our Contact Us form!