12.18.16: Do More Today (Our Last-Minute Gift Guide!)

If you're currently 4,947th in the checkout line at Target, then this week's Do More Today is for you. Drop that junk and head over to one of these sites for a last-minute gift that makes a difference and that doesn't require following someone through the mall parking lot to nab their space.

$5: Style your holiday gifts with a sticker that supports legal aid for trans people (Sylvia Rivera Law Project)
$10: Buy two years of Teen Vogue for the savvy teen girls in your life who can't wait to vote in 2020 (Teen Vogue)
$15: Get 10 anti-Trump stickers when you support women's rights (Ultraviolet)
$20: Keep families of undocumented immigrants intact (United We Dream Foundation) 
$25: Order a year's subscription to The Atlantic for your favorite political junkie (The Atlantic)
$25: Support the NAACP Legal Defense Fund with a "Justice in the Courts, Justice in the Streets" t-shirt (NAACP Legal Defense Fund)
$30.42: Donate a dollar a day to Lambda Legal with a recurring contribution and get a cool water bottle (Lambda Legal)
$35: Give a lifetime membership to the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union)
$40: Fund positions for additional journalists to investigate Trump (ThinkProgress)
$50: Provide classroom resources that teach students to stand up to bigotry (Facing History)
$50: Fight bigotry across the country, and your gift recipient will receive a personalized thank you card (Southern Poverty Law Center)
$65: Become a copper level supporter of EFF and support privacy in the digital media age (Electronic Frontier Foundation)
$100: File a lawsuit that helps protect the planet (Natural Resources Defense Council)
$120: Support at the Activist level to help transgender people live authentic lives (Transgender Law Center) 
$250: Protect the rights of immigrant children in the United States (The Young Center)
$254: Buy a diverse, inclusive classroom library for students in Oakland, CA (DonorsChoose) 
$350: Help women who can't afford an abortion (National Network of Abortion Funds)
$378: Teach Massachusetts high school students about the Civil Rights Movement (DonorsChoose)
$490: Send Indiana high school students on a Civil Rights tour (DonorsChoose)
$500: Become a member of CRR's Advocate Counsel (Center for Reproductive Rights)
$891: Provide an iPad pro to students learning how to fight climate change (DonorsChoose)
$1,000: Get daily home delivery and full digital access to the New York Times (New York Times)
$1,500: Send children who are refugees back to school (International Rescue Committee)
$2,500: Fund the remainder of the day laborer outreach campaign (Border Angels)
$2,500: Support freedom of press and join the President's Circle (PEN America)
$2,948: Give an Oklahoma teacher training to prepare for courageous conversations with students (DonorsChoose)
$5,000: Become a Leadership Supporter of Earthjustice to protect the planet (Earthjustice)
$71,000: Okay, we don't expect one person to give $71,000, but that's how much the Trans Lifeline needs to raise in the next two weeks to add overnight operator coverage for their busiest times. Any amount helps!

If you're looking for even more great organizations to give money to this holiday season (or any other day!), check out this list from Jezebel.