We turn acts of hate, both online and on the streets, into donations that support human rights and fight against the far right.

The more they hate, the more we help!

Once upon a time, in a small German town called Wunsiedel, EXIT-Germany in collaboration with locals found a unique and humorous way to deal with neo-Nazis rallying in their streets annually. They made them march against their own cause.

For every meter the neo-Nazis marched, they raised money towards programs fighting Nazis. This was deemed Germany’s most involuntary walkathon.

Danke, Thanks, Merci,
Involuntary donations made so far:

Thanks, involuntary donors! For every hateful comment you have made,
$1 has been donated to a good cause.

We are the official American counter-part to “Rechts gegen Rechts“ and #HassHilft re-writing the rules to counter-protest hate, bigotry and xenophobia in a humorous, creative and peaceful way. Neo-nazis and hate groups raise money against their own cause each time they act out, so they face the dilemma: stop hating, or help fund organizations that counter their xenophobic ideology.

We take the power from the extremist movements, online and on the streets, and put these efforts to work for good: raising money to help human and civil rights and groups dedicated to counter-acting right-wing extremism. Here’s how:

For every hateful display of e.g. xenophobia, homophobia or racism someone makes, they will involuntarily donate to our partners by unlocking funds we raised.

Another inspirational idea: Adopt-A-Nazi (not really)

In the wake of the tragic events in Charlottesville, neo-Nazi groups have been energized holding rallies across the United States. After plans were announced to hold a rally on Crissy Field in San Francisco on August 26, 2017 anticipating 300 attendees, inspired by the Wunsiedel idea, a group of people started a fundraiser called Adopt-A-Nazi (not really).

They trolled them by taking a page out of the playbook of Wunsiedel #RechtsgegenRechts and #HassHilft.

Do you want to help flip the hate? Donate now!

The involuntary donations
will go to these projects:

The far-right way is never the right way.