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Christopher Street Financial's
Season of Giving

Click the link below to select your charity or scroll down to learn more about each organization.

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS helps men, women, and children across the country and across the street receive lifesaving medications, health care, nutritious meals, counseling and emergency financial assistance. 


They are one of the nation's leading industry-based, nonprofit AIDS fundraising and grant-making organizations and are also a major supporter of essential social service programs at The Actors Fund, including the HIV/AIDS Initiative, the Phyllis Newman Women's Health Initiative and the Friedman Health Center for the Performing Arts.

The Carter Burden Network is a leading aging services nonprofit that has been fighting loneliness, isolation, and food insecurity among vulnerable NyC seniors with love and belonging for over 50 years.  They are dedicated to supporting the efforts of older people to live safely and with dignity with wraparound services and programs.

The NYCLU, or ACLU of New York, is one of the nation's foremost defenders of civil liberties and civil rights. 


Founded in 1951 as the New York affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, they are a not-for-profit, nonpartisan organization with eight chapters and regional offices, and more than 160,000 members across the state. Their mission is to defend and promote the fundamental principles and values embodied in the Bill of Rights, the U.S. Constitution, and the New York Constitution, including freedom of speech and religion, and the right to privacy, equality and due process of law, with particular attention to the pervasive and persistent harms of racism. 


The NYCLU works toward its mission by advocating for all New Yorkers to have equal access to opportunities and the equal ability to participate in government decisions that affect them. This includes planning and development decisions, which historically have excluded or intentionally discriminated against Black, Indigenous, and Latinx New Yorkers.