Forward Motion Alamance

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Forward Motion Alamance strives to uplift the voices of BIPOC, while supporting the liberation of Alamance County from its own systemic injustices.

Interested in helping? Please consider contributing to our initiatives below:

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Healing Fund

FMA has a healing fund to help alleviate the cost of therapy, counseling, and other similar services for people in Alamance County who have experienced racist or hateful attacks and harassment as a result of their identity, beliefs or actions to further justice and equality.


To donate, please go to this link and be sure to add the comment "FMA Healing Fund" with your contribution.

Wyatt Outlaw Statue Fund

We are currently raising money to commission a statue to honor Wyatt Outlaw, Graham's first Black constable who was lynched on Courthouse Square by white supremacists in 1870.


To donate, please go to this link and be sure to add the comment "FMA Statue Fund" with your contribution.

Bail Fund

Please also consider donating to Down Home's bail fund, which has helped activists arrested in Alamance County


Donate here