Thursday, September 17

Social justice is justice in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities and privileges. Here are some ways you can spend time today thinking about what that means to you.

Engage Virtually

There’s a lot you can do from the comfort and safety of your home, like making masks for El Centro de la Raza.

Say it Out Loud

Tell us why you’re committed to social justice using #DayofCaringKC

Engage In-person

If you’re comfortable, there are some safe, in-person ways to volunteer and help out.

Watch This Video

Watch this video to hear from Dr. Ben Danielson and Dr. Matias Valenzuela about the disproportionate impact COVID-19 is making.

Get Educated

Learn more about organizations that are working to advance Black food sovereignty because food justice is racial justice.


Each day of caring people shared how they got involved and tagged us using #DayofCaringKC. We picked our favorite post based on creativity, passion and fun. The person selected got $100 to a BIPOC-owned restaurant and the nonprofit they tagged got a $500 mini grant!

Congrats to our Social Justice Day winner, Nicole Komen, for winning $100 to a BIPOC-owned restaurant, and to NAMI Seattle for receiving a $500 mini grant!

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