9-2 DonaBlock Giving Fund - Index Fund

With a single encrypted donation, you can support countless charity and nonprofit organizations around the world. The funds are distributed equally to each participating nonprofit organization regardless of size.

Support Nonprofits That Advocate for Children & Youth

We should strive to become a society that is more attentive to the needs of children. Many children in the United States and around the world lack basic needs to put them on the path toward a successful future, like access to quality education. Additionally, there are many children and young people dealing with emotional and mental stress from bullying, abuse, or other traumas who need support, as well as those suffering from critical illnesses. There is no limit to the ways we can do better to support those children and their families who are in need.

Support Nonprofits That Deliver Emergency Relief After Disasters & Conflict

Natural disasters like floods and earthquakes are often inescapable and devastating for communities. According to the Brookings Institute, there are now about 400 natural disasters annually, affecting 200 million people—an increase coming as a result of climate change. People affected by natural disasters, as well as those living in conflict or post-conflict areas, often need emergency relief in the form of shelter, food, medical services, and infrastructure rebuilding. But since disasters tend to disproportionately affect countries without adequate infrastructure to protect and respond to these events, NGOs and other organizations have emerged to meet the demand and deliver much-needed relief to millions annually.

Support Nonprofits That Address Food & Water Crises Worldwide

Globally, billions of people suffer from lack of access to clean water or inadequate nourishment. For many, chronic hunger is a silent condition that leads to illness and vulnerability, not to mention stunted growth among children. Similarly, communities that rely on contaminated water sources are susceptible to life-threatening diseases that devastate local populations. The two main approaches to solving the global hunger and water crises involve providing emergency relief efforts and building sustainable methods of self-reliant farming. But with increasing natural disasters and climate change, current efforts are not enough to keep the problems from worsening on a global scale.

Support Nonprofits That Protect, Foster, and Rehabilitate Animals

The ethical treatment of animals goes far beyond providing comfort and eliminating harm. In fact, the global state of animal treatment paints an alarming portrait of humans and our relationship with the other inhabitants of our world. Did you know, for example, that no laws currently protect animal rights on factory farms in the US, or that animal agriculture is responsible for 56 percent of water usage in the nation? Humans may co-exist on our planet with thousands of other species, but our actions often show blatant disregard for our friends in the air, land, and sea.

Support Nonprofits That Provide and Invest in Educational Initiatives

Funding education is an urgent priority across the globe. Alarming statistics show that one in five children worldwide, or about 263 million, are out of school—and the trend has not shown signs of improvement over the past several years. The COVID-19 pandemic has also caused disruptions to childrens’ education, further compounding the ongoing problems. As a result, many students are not meeting minimum proficiency levels and struggle to catch up to their peers. In particular, girls are forced to withstand enormous social pressure to pause or stop pursuing their education altogether, despite the findings of a recent study that suggest that every additional school year can increase a woman’s earnings by ten to twenty percent.

Support Nonprofits That Are Fighting Poverty & Building Affordable Housing Opportunities

Poverty and homelessness are global challenges that impact every community and nation. As of the most recent reporting, 700 million people, or 10% of the world’s population, live in extreme poverty, surviving on less than $1.90 per day. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic caused extreme poverty to rise in 2020, for the first time in more than two decades. As a result of the global disruption, an estimated 100 million more people are living in poverty. But money isn’t the only measure of poverty: millions globally lack access to work, proper health and nutrition, education, sanitation, and housing.

Support Nonprofits That Protect Our Environment

Despite increasing efforts to reverse climate change, we are now facing greater challenges than ever to solving this interconnected, global emergency. Greenhouse gasses released by human activity are raising the earth’s temperature, causing a variety of problems like unprecedented levels of animal extinction, destruction of stable ecosystems, and an increase in natural disasters. Beyond the need to reduce carbon emissions by enforcing major reforms to policies and making different individual choices, there are other ongoing issues such as unchecked ocean pollution, dangerous hydraulic fracking practices and oil pipeline spills that impact billions of people.

Support Nonprofits That Defend Civil & Human Rights

Human and civil rights are some of the foundational pillars of democratic societies. But even in free nations, the most marginalized people in our communities are often subject to attacks, abuse, and systematic injustice. According to several studies, the prosperity of nations is correlated with better human rights protection. The nonprofits defending civil and human rights worldwide do so with the understanding that when our communities don’t live up to the highest moral standards, we all suffer. Their work involves a variety of urgent causes, such as protecting refugee and LGBTQ+ rights, promoting press freedom worldwide, and working to end child marriage.

Support Nonprofits That Promote Arts & Culture

A vibrant artistic culture is one of the signs of a thriving society. In the United States, art is seen as both a way of life and big business, from Las Vegas to Nashville to Hollywood, and everywhere in between. In fact, arts and culture account for 4.2 percent of the U.S. economy, driven by activities like museum admissions, expensive film productions, and Broadway ticket sales. But our love of cultural products contrasts with the bleak funding situation for arts education and cultural preservation programs, which are under-resourced despite research that shows the many benefits of the arts on academic performance and mental wellbeing.

Support Nonprofits That Health & Medicine

Nearly everyone knows a friend or family member who has been affected by disease or health-related ailments. As the global population grows, the future burden of diseases like cancer and heart disease is also expected to increase. To meet the present challenges as well as those of the decades ahead, it’s critical to support organizations committed to care, treatment, research, education and advocacy around chronic diseases and overall health. From funding research to look for cures and breakthroughs to providing surgical care for people in low-income communities, there are countless ways to help in the fight against suffering caused by disease.

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