The George Floyd Memorial Foundation is a 501(c) (3) organization. All charitable contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by the law. Tax ID: EIN: 85-2280701.

Whether you have been a part of this community from the inception or just learning of the Foundation, we want to partner with you. With your support, we can build and sustain a Foundation that will help change history through social justice awareness, criminal justice reform, and community engagement. Contributing online is safe and easy.


If you would like additional support donating or have questions, please contact us by email info@tgfmfoundation.org or 980.939.8011.

Make a donation at your level of ease:

Third Party Events

Third-party events are great ways to engage friends and supporters in our effort to raise funds for the Foundation. They empower individuals to find their voice to create change, challenge communities to address criminal justice reform, and ultimately appreciate equality. These events give you a chance to involve your friends and family in something you believe in. Email us today for assistance with your upcoming event at


Employer Matching

Many companies contribute to The George Floyd Memorial Foundation, and most corporations offer to match employee gifts to nonprofit organizations. Contact your organization's charitable gifts department to determine if your employer participates in matching gift opportunities.

Notable Giving Days

Throughout the year, several fundraising events encouraging individuals to support the significant causes of non-profit organizations like the George Floyd Memorial Foundation. Subscribe to our website so that you can receive upcoming events where your one-time help to make an impact. The George Floyd Memorial Foundation appreciates your support on the following notable days to give:


George Floyd’s Remembrance Day: May 25

George Floyd’s Birthday: October 14
Giving Tuesday: November 30, 2021


Help us create just and equitable communities.

Support our critical work to

Inform: serving as a real-time, current resource to keep us all informed and unite our voices for change, because change will come from our community.

Engage: challenging the systemic obstacles facing our community including poverty, disproportionately high unemployment, and lack of affordable housing –all of which are a product institutional racism.

Reform: eliminating the violence against and murder of unarmed, non-violent, and non-resisting Black individuals, by working from within and rallying our voices for criminal justice reform.