Make a donation of $50 or more to our Coalition and we will install an ALL HISTORY MATTERS/BLACK HISTORY MONTH yard sign in your yard anywhere in the state of Kentucky. (Pick up is also available.)

If you wish to make a tax-deductible contribution, please donate to our fiscal sponsor, Blankets of Hope by Maleah and Friends, here:

Alternatively, you can donate to our CashApp account at $AllHistory.

You may also click on the Donate button below to make a one-time or recurring donation to support the All History Matters campaign. Contributions toward our Coalition’s 501(c)4 grassroots lobbying efforts are not tax-deductible.

Once you make your donation to the Coalition, be sure to add your phone number and address in the notes so we can add you to our delivery schedule.

Any donations made via the options above will be applied toward the production and distribution of activity kits, which include Activity Books, Colors of the World Crayons, and more, ahead of and during the 2022 Kentucky General Assembly. Excess funds at the end of the 2022 legislative session, should there be any, will be used to create a sustainable entity and activity to perpetually continue this work, to reimburse start-up investments made by participating non-profits, reimburse donations of expenses and labor (receipts must be submitted by April 30, 2022) by volunteers, and finally, distributed among sponsoring non-profits in proportion to their levels of contributions. One of our first goals from any excess funds raised would be to assist with hiring a part-time staff person to serve as bookkeeper, clerk and docent to the Carl Braden Center Library and Museum, to help the center maintain regular hours open to the public and for grassroots organizing, following in the tradition that was established by Anne Braden, Angela Davis, Bob Cunningham and Suzy Post in 1974.

Be sure to also check out our cool merchandise site, and also order your own All History Matters Activity Kit for $5 (free to households on free and reduced lunch, while supplies last).

If you are interested in finding out more about how you or your organization can support these efforts, or to launch a campaign in your state or school district, please contact