The Best Practices Policy Project is fiscally sponsored by Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs (SEE). This means that donations to the Best Practices Policy Project are tax deductible.
Donations can be made online at the SEE website. Ensure that donations reach BPPP by indicating that you wish to donate to the “Best Practices Policy Project” in the Project Name box. Checks can be mailed to SEE’s office directly at 23532 Calabasas Road, Suite A, Calabasas, CA 91302. Please be sure to write checks payable to SEE and write “Best Practices Policy Project” in the memo line. Checks written out to project names and not SEE, cannot be deposited due to bank requirements. When donating through Paypal please use firstname.lastname@example.org for Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs and be sure to designate the “Best Practices Policy Project” as the specific project you wish to support.
Want to know how to support other organizations working for rights, providing services and organizing at the grassroots? The sector of organizations and activists working for rights very much needs donations no matter how small. Many organizations do outstanding work while receiving almost no support from mainstream funding agencies and your support will make a difference. The Desiree Alliance is currently seeking support for scholarships to support sex workers to attend the next national conference for rights. The St. James Infirmary provides compassionate and non-judgmental support to sex workers in San Francisco. Donations help keep food on the table for program participants, pays for outreach supplies (like hygiene kits, new socks, hats, gloves, scarves, etc), or help pay for reproductive and medical services for uninsured sex workers in need. Member organizations of the PROS Network (Providers and Resources Offering Services to sex workers) in NYC embrace a non-judgmental, harm reduction approach to offer needle exchange, counseling, legal support and more.
More information about the Best Practices Policy Project… The Best Practices Policy Project (BPPP) is dedicated to supporting organizations and advocates working with sex workers, people in the sex trade and related communities in the United States. We produce materials for policy environments, address research and academic concerns and provide organizations and advocates with technical assistance. Everything that we do is guided by principles that protect the rights of people who engage in commercial sex in all its forms. BPPP is a member of the US Human Rights Network, the Network of Sex Work Projects and the Association for Women’s Rights in Development.