Learn more about our recent grant recipients
The Attic Youth Center
The Center will provide care packages of hot food, personal hygiene supplies, basic needs, technology for tele-health, and two support groups: one on healthy relationships and the other on grief and loss.
Qunify will host a Mental Wellness Summit that will center on Black and brown, queer and trans folk's mental wellness. In alignment with Qunify’s values and the community need, the Summit’s focus will be on ensuring Black, brown, queer, and trans people’s needs are centered throughout the process and reflected in both the presenters and conversation topics.
Uplift Center for Grieving Children
The Center will increase Queer and Trans Youth Grief Groups that will be free and virtual, with: peer-support, podcasts, training for partners, and self-care packages. There will be more facilitation of groups addressing specific topics such as community grief in response to hate crimes, disownment, holiday stress, and ambiguous loss.
Bebashi will offer critical services and necessities like food & toiletries to LGBTQ people, impacted by two simultaneous pandemics – COVID-19 and racial injustice and disparity.
Presente will implement the Latinx Ancestors Project which will produce LGBTQIA+ Latinx stories in the form of bilingual articles and videos.
Prevention Meets Fashion Inc.
Through it's STEAM Fashion Program, PMF will begin a "fashion in Black and queer culture" series which will increase sexual health & wellness knowledge in LGBTQIA and nonbinary communities using fashion to engage with issues around rape culture, domestic violence, STI prevention, reproductive wellness, identity, social justice, and racial inequalities.
The Welcome Project PA
The Welcome Project PA will launch a program which will help educate and train regional healthcare and human service providers on gender identity and the medical needs of the trans, non-binary, and intersex communities, to help establish community trust and facilitate improved care in safe, welcoming, and understanding environments.
William Way LGBT Community Center
The Queering the Quarantine Virtual Programs will continue twice weekly as a lunchtime chat facilitated by William Way Community Center staff with guest speaker conversations at least 50% by and about QTBIPOC
Philly Black Pride
Philly Black Pride will offer safe Black Heritage Month programs and collect important data for the health and wellbeing of Black members of the community.