Did you know many people in the United States are still unaware of its history, significance, and the emotional importance it possesses for so many Americans? Recently, the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act was reintroduced to make Juneteenth an official federal holiday. Activist Opal Lee has supported this bill through her campaigning efforts and her online petition. Recognizing this day is always exceptionally important, and the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Aubrev and other Black Americans this past year make our recognition of the day especially essential. We have set up a fund in recognition of Juneteenth, where you can donate to one or more nonprofits that support civil rights, anti-racism, equal opportunity, and empowerment to people of color.
In the spirit of Go-Giving, InVision has set up a fund in recognition of Juneteenth, where you can donate to one or more nonprofits that support civil rights, anti-racism, equal opportunity, and empowerment to people of color.
InVision is committed to helping those in need within the LGBTQ+ community and our Bright Funds Pride Fund supports five vetted nonprofits supporting:
+ Suicide prevention
+ Crisis intervention
+ Legal representation for civil rights
+ Support for those affected by AIDS/HIV
+ Dangers to community members in relation to homophobia and homelessness
+ Awareness related to the LGBTQIA+ community around the globe
+ And more