Adult social platform JustFor.fans (JFF) today revealed that it has raised $20,000 for Black Lives Matter (BLM) as part of the company’s Charitable Giving Program.
Many of the popular site’s models have generously donated a portion of their monthly income since the fundraising began in July, and JustFor.fans founder Dominic Ford stated that he couldn’t be prouder of their philanthropic efforts.
“Today we hit the $20,000 mark for charitable contributions to Black Lives Matter, and we are committed to raising as much money as we can for the cause,” Ford said, noting that JFF’s nearly two-year-old program is the first of its kind in the industry.
“We are the ONLY fan platform to create and maintain a charitable giving arm, and the only adult site that has given any sizable amount of money to BLM, and certainly the highest donor – if there are others at all.”
JFF’s Charitable Giving Program also supports many other essential non-profits such as the Free Speech Coalition, HIV League, Pineapple Support, Point of Pride, Sex Workers Outreach Project-USA, Trans Lifeline and Woodhull Freedom Foundation.
Since its launch in 2018, JustFor.fans has grown into a compassionate community that brings together studios, agents, photographers and affiliates in order to generate more revenue for its patrons, with charitable activities that support JFF users.