Partners in Action
Creating a racially and economically just society means building strong relationships and uplifting our allies as we work together. Here are just a few of our friends in the fight
Montgomery Area Reproductive Justice Coalition
821 South Perry Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
Located next door to Reproductive Health Services in Montgomery, Alabama, the POWER House provides practical support, lodging, a space of safety and clinic escort training, and acts as an eye on the latest legislative happenings in the Alabama state capitol.
Margins’ goal is to uplift and strengthen Black women and their ability to parent. Margins aims to intervene in poverty-stricken familial units and restore hope by providing practical support. This includes but is not limited to bill assistance, avenues for self care, childcare, activities for children and parents, and monetary help. Margins listens to and directly addresses issues stemming from systemic poverty by mobilizing resources from multiple channels and putting them to work for the people who need them.
The Knights & Orchids Society (TKO Society) is a Black, trans, and Queer led non-profit providing essential support services for Transgender and LGBTQ people living in Alabama. Its mission is to unite, empower and provide a safe haven for those who identify as gay, queer, bisexual, trans or gender non-comforming both in Alabama and throughout the South.
Etowah Freedom Fund
Etowah Freedom Fund is focused on the prisoners being held in ICE cages at the Etowah County Detention Center. They provide financial support to finance bonds, commissary expenses and other expenses for those being detained, and organize to close the Center once and for all.
Mississippi Reproductive Freedom Fund
2210 Hill Ave
Jackson, MS 39204-2350
A true reproductive justice organization, MRFF provides practical support to patients seeking abortions in the state of Mississippi or Mississippi patients forced to leave the state for care, as well as funding for those patients needing to obtain an abortion in another state. Understanding that there is no reproductive justice without economic support, and that every person has different levels of need, MRFF meets clients where they are with the tools and resources needed to meet each crisis head on.
Holler Health Justice
Holler Health Justice is an abortion fund and educational advocacy organization in West Virginia. The group also provides free emergency contraception and emotional support to those in the Appalachian community.