from June 1st to July 1st, 2020, 90% of profits made from Malibu '92's debut ep "the move" or any of the individual songs on it went towards the equal justice initiative, an organization that is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the united states, challenging racial and economic injustice, and protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.
FROM JUNE 3RD TO JULY 3RD, 2020, 90% OF PROFITS MADE FROM CRITICAL'S SONG "DON'T CALL ME BACK" WENT TOWARDS THE AFRICAN AMERICAN YOUTH HARVEST FOUNDATION, AN AUSTIN-BASED ORGANIZATION THAT SPEARHEADS MISSION-ALIGNED AND STRATEGIC COLLABORATIVE INITIATIVES TO ENSURE LOW-BARRIER ACCESS TO VITAL RESOURCES INTENDED TO TRANSITION YOUTH AND THEIR FAMILIES TO SELF-SUFFICIENCY AND COMMUNITY-DEFINED SUCCESS. EXAMPLES INCLUDE HELPING YOUNG AFRICAN AMERICANS WITH ISSUES AT HOME AND/OR JUVENILE OFFENDERS GETTING PROPER EDUCATIONAL HELP, AS WELL AS HELPING CREATE ECONOMIC STABILITY FOR LOWER-INCOME FAMILIES.
from June 13th to July 13th, 2020, 90% of profits made from hazel avenue's debut ep "covers, vol. i" or any of the individual songs on it went towards the Marshall project, a nonpartisan, nonprofit news organization that seeks to create and sustain a sense of national urgency about the u.s. criminal justice system, through award-winning journalism, and partnerships with other news outlets and public forums.