We stand against racial injustice that denies safety and opportunity to Black communities.

In the fight to end racial injustice, we must continue to push for change. Building on $32M in donations towards criminal justice reform over the past five years, Google.org is committing an additional $12M in grants to advance racial justice. We're proud to support the five UK organisations below through this new commitment. In addition to grants, we’ll also be providing pro bono technical support to organisations through our Google.org Fellowship program. Contribute now and join in the fight.

100% of your donation goes to these organizations.

  • Black Cultural Archives

    Black Cultural Archives

    Black Cultural Archives is the home of Black British history. By telling the story of Britain’s shared history, they address omissions and erasures from mainstream history; challenge inequalities through an understanding of Britain’s shared past; strengthen communities and combat racism through aiding new research.

  • Runnymede Trust

    Runnymede Trust

    The Runnymede Trust is the UK’s leading independent thinktank on racism and racial inequality. From decolonising the curriculum to Windrush, Runnymede advances evidence-based research and policy initiatives, identifies barriers to racial justice and advocates for governmental and social change.

  • Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust

    Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust

    The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust was set up in the light of Stephen Lawrence’s murder in a racist attack in 1993. The organisation works with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to inspire and enable them to succeed in the career of their choice, in the hope that the UK will become a place where everyone has the opportunity to achieve.

  • UK Black Pride

    UK Black Pride

    Founded in 2005, UK Black Pride is Europe’s largest celebration for LGBTQ people of African, Asian, Caribbean, Middle Eastern and Latin American descent, and is a safe space to celebrate diverse sexualities, gender identities, gender expressions and cultures.

  • Colorintech


    Colorintech works to build a more transparent and inclusive tech economy. They focus on supporting more people from black and ethnic minority backgrounds to gain careers and succeed in the tech industry.