Giving Tuesday, the last of the themed shopping days for the season, traces its roots back to 2012. Through a grassroots campaign, the day went mainstream, and many organizations quickly jumped on the wagon to encourage donations. This year, thousands of organizations put together donation drives, from large organizations to local nonprofits. While I encourage you to look at what organizations need it in your own backyard, here are seven conservative organizations to consider donating to today. Some of these donations may be tax-deductible.

1) PragerU

If you’re active in the conservative universe, I’m sure you’ve seen one or two PragerU videos. These 5 minute videos are great tools to educate viewers on a wide variety of topics, including economics, religion, left vs. right, political science, history, and others. PragerU is running a special where all donations today will be matched, and each donor is entered to win a chance to visit the PragerU headquarters and meet Dennis Prager! Donate here.

2) Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI)

The Intercollegiate Studies Institute’s tagline is “Educating for Liberty”, and they do just that. There are many hats that ISI wears, but their main focus is educating students on the principles of the free market, American history, and Western civilization as a whole. Every year, they host conferences and seminars, and help support on-campus societies and campus newspapers that explore issues beyond the normal campus news. Donate here.

3) Leadership Institute (LI)

If you’re more into activism, Leadership Institute is a great place to start. LI hosts trainings, both in-person and virtual, year-round that educate students on the power of grassroots activism. Their national field program has produced thousands of conservative activists and supports everyone in the conservative movement. LI also hosts Campus Reform, a place where many conservative journalists have gotten their start. Donate here.

4) American Conservation Coalition (ACC)

If someone tries to tell me that conservatives don’t care about the environment, I always point them in the direction of ACC. Started in 2017 by a group of conservative millennials, ACC advocates for free market solutions to conservation, sportsmen’s rights, and other issues relating to the environment. Donate here.

5) Students for Opioid Solutions (SOS)

Students for Opioid Solutions was started in 2017 by two conservative students after one of them lost a close friend to an overdose. The group has now expanded to 33 states and focuses on five main goals: educating and equipping police officers and resident assistants with naloxone, enacting amnesty policies and Good Samaritan clauses for students who report overdoses, and including overdoses in their annual drug and alcohol reports. SOS hosts campus speakers, funds research, and hosts naloxone trainings. Donate here.

6) Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute (CBLPI)

Clare Boothe Luce, as the first American woman to be nominated to a major Ambassadorial post abroad (Italy), broke through many glass ceilings. CBLPI strives to follow in their namesake’s footsteps by elevating and training conservative women in effective leadership. Their student programs connect young conservative women and allow them to grow and be leaders in their respective fields. Donate here.

7) Network of Enlightened Women (NeW)

NeW was originally started as a conservative book club in 2004. It grew into a national group that hosts conferences and supports conservative women on college campuses. These groups traditionally discuss issues facing women today on both a local and a national platform. They also host events and conservative speakers. The national organization also supports young professionals and alumnae chapters for women who have graduated but want to stay involved in NeW. Donate here.

Also, FFL makes our mission of empowering conservative women possible solely through the sale of our unique conservative apparel and accessories in our online store. Our proceeds are reinvested into the spreading the conservative message to women nationwide. Please consider supporting Future Female Leaders, and the next generation of conservative women, this #GivingTuesday by shopping our store here or supporting our efforts here.

No matter where you decide to donate, make sure to give back this holiday season in any way you can.

Jillian K