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At ioby, we believe that residents know what’s best for their neighborhoods. We know that low-income residents, communities of color, and especially Black residents have for many years been intentionally excluded from decision-making in their communities. And we know that when Black entrepreneurs dream up positive change to serve the public good, they are often denied the funding and support to make them happen. As part of our commitment to anti-racism, we have to fight against that status quo.

We invite you to join us on our journey to racial justice. As part of that journey, we invite you to give to and learn from the many Black-led projects currently crowdfunding on ioby below, or start your own project fighting for racial justice. As you'll notice, the fight for racial justice is as broad as it is deep. It transcends any one category, and involves everything from food justice, to housing justice, to criminal justice, and—of course—the celebration and honoring of Black joy and Black life. 

As always, your gift on ioby is always tax-deductible and will help directly power neighbor-led positive change across the country. 

  • two brown hands holding a small sign that says "Love Letters to Black Folx" on a floral background

    Love Letters to Black Folx

    Support us in creating this movement to conjure joy, hope, rest and rejuvenation for Black people.

    NEEDS: $0 of 2,098 + Volunteers
  • BlackSpace Urbanist Collective

    BlackSpace demands a present and future where Black people, Black spaces, and Black culture matter and thrive.

    NEEDS: $0 of 125,000
  • The Umoja Project

    Since COVID-19 our outreach efforts have expanded and we are feeding 200 unhoused and low-income families weekly. We also provide public-transportation vouchers, sanitary products, toiletries, clothing and bedding.

    NEEDS: $0 of 1,317 + Volunteers
  • The Studio @ Alt Space

    A Meeting Space and Rehearsal Studio for local artists and community groups

    NEEDS: $0 of 4,699
  • KAN Cultural Center & Literacy Hub

    We are creating a Literacy Hub where youth & adults have access to creative writing classes, books, publishing opportunities, residencies & a space to light up the open mic.



    NEEDS: $0 of 23,411 + Volunteers