People have been arrested as police attempt to crack down on the protests, prompting legal aid funds, lawyers and others to jump in and help those in need.
Here are some organizations you can donate to as a way to help those who have been out on the streets pushing for change.
For those looking to help protesters in the city that started it all, you can donate to the Minnesota Freedom Fund.
On its website, the fund also asks for people to donate to the Black Visions Collective, Reclaim the Block and the Pimento Relief Fund, which is providing Black businesses that were set on fire during the protests with insurance relief.
You can also donate to We Love Lake Street to support efforts to help rebuild nonprofits and small businesses and help push local politicians to enact changes to policing.
For Louisville, anyone can donate to the Louisville Community Bail Fund, which is working to get those arrested during the Breonna Taylor protests out of jail.
There are also a number of efforts underway to force the city and state to do something about the three officers who shot Taylor. You can sign this petition and help call government officials at these phone numbers.
New York City
In New York City, which includes Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, Manhattan and Staten Island, you can donate to the NYC Action Bail Fund.
There is also an organization named Good Call that is providing legal support to those in need.
The Brooklyn Community Bail Fund is also helping those who have been arrested.
There is also the Atlanta Solidarity Fund which is pitching in as well.
You can call this number for bail support.
Bail support nunber for atlanta is 404-689-1519.
— Clarissa Brooks (@ClarissaMBrooks) May 31, 2020
The Chicago Community Bond Fund is hard at work helping those who have been arrested.
— sara | BLM (@opetht) May 31, 2020
You can call 773-309-1198 for more help with lawyers and court dates.
If you were arrested at last night's demonstration for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and all victims of police violence in Chicago and given a court date, please contact us for legal support: 773-309-1198.
— NLG Chicago (@NLGChicago) May 30, 2020
The Bay Area Bail Fund has been helping people in Oakland and San Francisco.
There are also a number of Venmos and Cashapps you can send money to.
We are bailing Black folks in Oakland out of jail from the protests. Donate in links below. Any money that is not used for bail will be redistributed or go to @PeoplesBreakOak .
— Delenciaga (@Duhlency) May 30, 2020
And there is this form you can fill out if you are worried you may get arrested at a future protest.
Here's a full list of organizations you can donate to or reach out to for help.
UPDATED BAIL RELIEF THREAD: I located the initial list via @MatthewACherry I took time and went thru each one, added the Org name, vetted their websites and social media to ensure credibility. I also went to see who is no longer accepting donations and/or has redirected donators
— Trae ???? (@issatrae) June 1, 2020
You can also head to this Act Blue website to donate to multiple cities.