Getting Involved with the Southern Poverty Law Center By Don Crowe, Ph.D.

Dedicated to fighting against racial and social injustice, the Southern Poverty Law Center works to defend the most vulnerable members of American society. To support programs that help fight hate and extremism and for equality and dignity for all, the Southern Poverty Law Center relies on outside support.

Donations help promote and support educational programs at schools that fight hate and promote tolerance. Along with one-time contributions, individuals may elect to make monthly donations. There area also options to make donations in memory or in honor of a family member, friend, or other loved one.

The Southern Poverty Law Center also provides ways to give through corporate programs and estate planning, or through the purchase of merchandise at the center’s online store. In addition to monetary contributions, the center has resources that offer ways to enact change in one’s community. Visit http://www.splcenter.org/get-involved to learn more.

A licensed clinical psychology based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Don Crowe, Ph.D., who works with clients on kindness, gratitude, and forgiveness, is a regular supporter to the SPLC.

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Posted on December 7, 2012, in Mental Health and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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