MELANIN MAJORITY is all about empowering globetrotters to travel to their destinations UNAPOLOGETICALLY MELANATED. YOU are the MAJORITY. Let’s BUILD together.
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Throughout the world there are a variety of organizations looking to empower and uplift melanated communities. Check out our list of global charities, non-profits & companies we support & see what you can do to make an impact:
Widows and Orphans Support Organization-Uganda (WOSO) is a registered Community Based Organization (CBO) founded by Kitayimbwa Peter in 2012. Peter, a university graduate was inspired to start WOSO because of his own experience as an orphan himself. WOSO primary goals are to assist in creating income generating activities for widows; providing educational support and health programs for vulnerable orphans; and providing secondary school educational opportunities for youth in the region.
The only way they can continue to grow the work they are doing with women and children in Uganda is with the support of the public. Please take some time to look at the work they are doing and if you are inspired please donate to their cause.
Cuba Skate is a nonprofit initiative based in Washington, D.C. Started in 2010, Cuba Skate’s aim is to support and grow the Cuban skateboarding community by providing access to skateboarding equipment that is otherwise unavailable on the island. In doing so, Cuba Skate hopes to foster a constructive environment for Cuban youth that will have a positive impact on the greater community. Cuba Skate expands the future for these skaters by creating a chance to continue skateboarding, and developing, year round.