Fuel freedom. Forge oasis.

This fall, through our Black Girls BLOOM Campaign, we’re raising $15,000 to sustain our mission. Learn the five ways you can support our work below.

JOIN OUR FIGHT FOR A
SAFER WORLD

More than 41,000 americans lose their lives to 

gun violence every year. Your support helps 

sustains structures that help people live 

thriving lives.                                  

More ways to give

JOIN OUR ROOTED IN FREEDOM CLUB

Do you resonate with our mission and want to support us? Join our Rooted in Freedom Club to become a FRO volunteer!

 

Receive opportunities to volunteer with the organization, fundraise for our cause, and spread awareness of our mission and goals.

SHARE YOUR SKILLS WITH BLOOM

For our 2022 BLOOM Cohort, leaders across industries showed up to donate their skills to create impactful wellness experiences for Black women. From improv coaches to grief counselors to yoga instructors to nail techs to photographers! Share your gift that can help Black women BLOOM.

BECOME A CORPORATE SPONSOR

Make a charitable donation to FRO as a Corporate Gift, match/double donations that your employees make to FRO, or support FRO through employee engagement initiatives like starting a team fundraiser. We welcome support from organizations that share our commitment to communities impacted by gun violence. 

Spring Portrait

Are you a Black Girl
BLOOMing?

Use the #BlackGirlsBloom hashtag to tell us your story! 

Writer and archeologist Zora Neale Hurston writes, “No, I do not weep at the world – I am too busy sharpening my oyster knife.”

She highlights that though we have an intimate understanding of what is meant to harm us—Black girls live fiercely.

Whether it’s on TikTok, Twitter, or Instagram, we want to see you BLOOM. Tell us how you’ve grown beyond limitations put on you. Honor how you’ve grown at your own pace. Declare how your growth has been different. Champion those who have grown beside you. Mourn that which has grown away from you. Commit to growing again.


This digital project stands to be a necessary and critical archive of the ways that Black women resist harm and persist toward liberation.

Your support  
creates opportunity. 

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