Medical, Legal & other Protester Assistance
The Feminist Coalition: A leading coalition of organizers that formed a major part of the End SARS movement. A group of young Nigerian feminists formed in July 2020 with a mission to champion equality for women in Nigerian society with a core focus on education, financial freedom and representation in public office.
End SARS Response Unit: A team of volunteers dedicated to connecting Nigerians with resources and information for End SARS protests throughout Nigeria.
End SARS Legal Aid: A network of 800 volunteer lawyers and counting who are working to help secure the release of arrested #EndSARS peaceful protesters all over Nigeria.
Good Governance & Citizen Participation
Shine Your Eye: A platform that helps citizens find the elected officials that represent them at all tiers of government and connect with them.
Nigerian Diasporans Against SARS: A Group of African Masters of Business Administration graduates/students from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School, Harvard Business School, Stanford & NYU Stern School of Business in the US who raised funds to support Medical aid and Ambulances, Food, water, and sustenance, Legal aid and security for injured victims, protesters, displaced persons and first responders.
Radio Isiaq: a non-profit public radio named after Jimoh Isiaq, an unarmed bystander killed by the SARS Unit in October 2020. Radio Isiaq was created to amplify the voices of change in Nigeria through direct civic engagement, educatiobn, advocacy, and all creative and peaceful expressions of discontent.
EndSARS.com: A website that details stories and experiences of ordinary Nigerians at the hands of SARS officers through statements, video and photos.