#StopAsianHate – How to support Asian communities

Where to donate to support

Written by Georgia Chappell

April 8, 2021

#stopasianhate – The Asian-American community has suffered a series of violent, racist attacks since the start of 2021. These range from physical attacks, assaults, and robbery. But these racially focused hate crimes don’t stop there. Through the pandemic, racist and physical attacks on the Asian community have increased by 1,900% which is absolutely shocking. For more info, read the full report released by the Asian American Bar Association of New York.

There are so many things we can do to support Asian communities for #stopasianhate around the country, but the most effective way has to be donating money. Thats why we have compiled a list of Charities and organizations that you can donate to in support of Asian, South Asian, and Pacific Islander communities.

Rihanna pink sign Stop Asian Hate

Many celebrities including Rihanna have shown solidarity with the Asian community. No matter your race, its important to stand up to racism of all kinds. When we all stand together for the good, that is when real change happens.

Where to donate to help asian communities

Any donation, no matter how small, will add up in aid of Asian communities that have been effected by racism. Keep reading to find out where you can donate to now.

social justice + policy reform organizations

Stop aapi hate

asian american advocacy fund

CAAV organizing asian communities

community enrichment organizations

heart of dinner

asian mental health collective


lgbtq + gender-based organizations

asian american feminist collective

national queer asian pacific iselander alliance

womankind nyc

lets #stopasianhate for good

No matter how small your donation is, if everyone donated in solidarity with #stopasianhate, that would make a massive difference for Asian communities. No one should live in fear of a racial attack. We are all humans living on the same planet, the sooner we realize that the sooner these attacks stop. If you know someone that is being racist or is being racially attacked, speak up. It doesn’t matter if it is a friend, family member, or a random person on the street. The more we call out this behavior, the sooner it stops. Let’s work as hard as we can to stop racism before it starts.