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Announcing TJFP’s 2022 Grantees!

We’re pleased to announce that in our tenth year of grantmaking, TJFP’s 2022 grantmaking fellows awarded $1.25 MILLION dollars in grants to 204 trans-led grassroots groups, projects, and organizations doing amazing, creative, and groundbreaking trans justice work across the US and US territories. Including the groups that received a ReUp for this year, that’s $1.9 million dollars going out to 355 groups. Find out more through our 2022 grantee directory page, and see the full list below!

We blew our spring fundraising goal out of the water! We hoped to raise $250,000 by May 27th, and thanks to our incredible community of supporters and donors, we raised nearly three times that amount.

From that abundance, TJFP’s 2022 Community Grantmaking Fellows chose to do something extraordinary and beautiful. They split the $1.25 million dollars that was raised for this grant cycle equally among the groups selected. This means that each grantee is receiving the same grant amount, $6,127.45. And because of the generous giving of our community, and two very large last minute unexpected donations, we also chose to give an extra cash gift to each of the 204 grantees.

To honor ten years of grassroots trans justice, and as added support in our tumultuous and challenging political climate, we’ll be giving each of the 2022 grantees a gift of an additional $3,872.55. Yup, you read that right…. All 204 groups selected by the 2022 grantmaking panel will be getting a TJFP grant for $6,127.45 and an extra cash gift of $3,872.55. So, in total, each group is receiving $10,000 dollars from TJFP in our tenth year of grantmaking!!

Over the past few months, the 2022 community grantmaking fellows spent hour after hour carefully reading and reviewing hundreds of applications from trans-led, grassroots groups and projects from around the country. As a cohort of trans, BIPOC organizers and activists, TJFP’s fellows have the opportunity to sit in the powerful role of grantmaker, a power often held by people and institutions outside of their communities. Yet since our fellows belong to trans and non-binary communities in the very places we see applications coming in from, this position can also come with the heavy weight of tough funding decisions. Our fellows do this highly emotional work with a whole lot of heart: reviewing applications using an intersectional lens, paying close attention to where resources are being redistributed geographically, and doing this with no strings attached and trusting that TJFP grantees know what’s best for their own communities.

Our Community Grantmaking Fellows, grantmaking coordination team, and staff are deeply grateful and proud of all that TJFP has accomplished this year. Whether you fundraised on our behalf, shared our social media posts, donated, or used your platforms to lift up grassroots trans organizing, you helped make this happen! Along with the 148 groups that received a ReUp grant this year, we’re moving over $2.7 million dollars in grants to 352 groups in 2022!Of our 204 grantees selected in May…

  • 105 grantees were first-time applicants to TJFP.
  • 87 had no nonprofit status.
  • 10 grantees come from outside of the lower 48 states, including Puerto Rico and other US territories.
  • 171 grantees indicated BIPOC leadership–with 79 groups indicating they were led by Black trans women or femmes!

We are so grateful for this year’s team and for the time and energy that was poured into every part of this process. While community-led grantmaking isn’t always quick and easy, it’s always worth it for us!

It’s because of this team and our amazing community that we were able to give so much money to so many incredible grassroots trans justice groups. As always, we are inspired by each and every application that was submitted.

Again, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for being part of the legacy of our trans justice movements.

We hope that as you look through all the amazing trans justice groups that were funded this year, and explore our map of TJFP’s applicants and grantees over the last ten years, you find some hope and solace amongst everything that’s going on.

 

2022 Grantees
Listed alphabetically by state and alphabetically by group name.
The groups listed below with an asterisk (*) are 2021/2022 grantees that received a ReUp grant.

Alaska

The Queen’s Guard, Wasilla

United Territories of Pacific Islanders Alliance, Anchorage *

 

Alabama

SDC Trans GNC Group, Florence

Visibly Trans*, Birmingham *

 

American Samoa

IMPACT American Samoa, Pago Pago

 

Arkansas

Intransitive, Mabelvale *

The Young Transwomens Project, Little Rock *

 

Arizona

DREAM School, Tucson

Fluxx Productions, Tucson *

Kindred Connections, Tucson

Peacework Medical, Phoenix

Southern Arizona Gender Alliance, Tucson

The Outlaw Project, Phoenix

Trans Pride Foundation, Flagstaff *

TRANSplants Desert Garden, Tucson *

 

California

#brotherhood, Stockton

A.B.O. Comix, Oakland

Access Inclusion Advancement Project, Anaheim

Adsit Media, San Leandro *

Alianza Translatinx, Santa Ana *

Beyond Binary Legal, Long Beach *

Brown Recluse, Oakland

C.R.I.M.E., Los Angeles

Deaf Queer Resource Center, San Francisco *

Dem Bois Inc., San Pablo *

FEDUP Collective, San Diego

Financial Wellness for QT BIPOC, San Diego

Fireweed Collective, Richmond *

Health Justice Commons, Richmond *

Homobiles, San Leandro

House of Resilience, San Diego *

Indigenous Pride Los Angeles, Los Angeles

Inland Empire Prism Collective, San Bernardino

Invisible Men, Compton *

Lady J and Linda Kay’s House, Antelope *

Lafemmebear Music, Kelseyville *

Los Angeles Spoonie Collective, Northridge

North State Trans/GNC Project, Chico

Orange County Translatinas, Anaheim *

Parivar Bay Area, Oakland *

PEACE Out Loud, Berkeley

Proyecto Trans Latina, San Diego *

Queer Mango, Los Angeles

RCSCC Transgender Support Services-Trans Job Development, Oakland

Reclaim UGLY, Oakland

San Francisco Trans March, San Francisco *

San Francisco Transgender Film Festival, San Francisco *

Somos Familia Valle, Sun Valley

The Herbal Trans Health Book Team, Oakland *

The Spoonie Uni Project, San Bernardino

The TAJA Coalition, San Leandro *

The TG/ENBY Project, Los Angeles *

Trans & Nonbinary Housing Collective, Cameron Park

Trans Advocacy & Care Team (TACT), Berkeley *

Trans Peer Mentor Program, San Francisco *

Trans-E-Motion, Clovis *

TRANScend Collective, Galt

TRANScend Retreat, San Francisco

TRANScending in Nature, Greenfield

TransTech Social Enterprises, Culver City

Tranz of Anarchii Inc, Tracy

Unique Woman’s Coalition, West Hollywood*

Voluminous Arts Trans-Led Halloquium (Artist SHowcase), Glendale *

Y.G.S.L.R.H. S.T.F.U.T., Los Angeles *

 

Colorado

Authentic Creations Artistic Apothecary, Denver *

Denver Community Fridges, Denver *

Friends like Me, Englewood *

 

District of Columbia

DC Area Transmasculine Society, Washington *

Halal And Queer Collective (HAQ Collective), Washington *

Makers Lab, Washington *

No Justice No Pride, Washington

Plantita Power, Washington

Sovereign EarthWorks, Washington

Theythey Collective, Washington

 

Florida

Bridging the gap!, Fort Lauderdale *

Color N Raw, Fort Lauderdale

comrades in arms, Gainesville

Gender Advancement Project, Orlando *

LIPS Tampa, Tampa

Marsha’s Web, Hollywood

Moving Forward Wellness Coaching, Oakland Park *

No.Str8s, Gainesville *

Qlatinx, Orlando

Queer Tallahassee Artists Collective, Tallahassee

Rooted Resistance, Tallahassee *

Shannon’s Arms, Fort Lauderdale

Social Film Projects LLC, North Miami Beach

The Halfway Point, Tallahassee

The McKenzie Project, Miami *

The Passionvine Project, Lake Worth *

The Queer-Trans Project, Atlantic Beach

The Reflect Collective, Miami

TRANS (Transition Resources And Navigation Services), Jacksonville

Trans Collaborative Network, Plantation *

Trans Playhouse, Doral *

Transcending Adolescence, Jacksonville

Transgender Awareness Project, Jacksonville *

Transgender Empowerment Alliance, Jacksonville

TransSOCIAL, Inc., Miami

Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida, Miami Beach

Unspoken Treasure Society Inc., Gainesville *

 

Georgia

Community EsTr(El-La), Atlanta *

Community Roots, Decatur *

FOR OUR SIBS Inc., Decatur *

Game Changing Men, Newnan

Genderfied, Norcross *

I Am Human Foundation, Ellenwood *

IATBP, ATLANTA

La Gender Inc, Atlanta

Phoenix Transition Program, Conley *

Queer Cultures, Atlanta *

Sexual Liberation Collective, Decatur

Southern Fried Queer Pride, Atlanta

T4T Caregiving, Loganville

The Prizm Shyne Project, Conley *

TMBLM, Inc., Atlanta *

Trans Housing Atlanta Program, Inc., Atlanta *

TRANScending Barriers, ATLANTA

TWOC Healing Project, Newnan *

 

Hawaii

Gender Liberation Collective, Honolulu

Hawaii Queers, Ewa Beach

HI SIS, Honolulu *

Ka Aha Mahu, Honolulu

Na Lei Pulama, Kihei *

The Trans Alaka’i Collective, Hilo *

 

Iowa

enfleshed, Iowa City

 

Idaho

Black Liberation Collective, Idaho, Boise *

 

Illinois

Chicago Therapy Collective, Chicago *

Cicero Community Farm, Cicero

Youth Empowerment Performance Project (YEPP), Chicago *

 

Indiana

GenderNexus, Indianapolis

Trans Solutions Research and Resource Center, Indianapolis

Transgender Resource Education and Enrichment Services, South Bend

 

Kansas

Our Spot KC, Kansas City *

 

Kentucky

Gender Diversity Network, Louisville

Tiger’s Eye Collective, Louisville *

 

Louisiana 

Amor y Solidaridad, Scott

Black Life Response, New Orleans

Last Call, New Orleans

LOUD: New Orleans Queer Youth Theater, New Orleans *

New Legacy Ministries, Bogalusa

Real Name Campaign NOLA, New Orleans *

The S.O.L.I.D Initiative, New Orleans *

Transitions Louisiana, New Orleans *

 

Massachusetts 

Finca Luna Buho, Cheshire

Massachusetts Sex Worker Ally Network (MASWAN), Brighton *

Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (1), Boston

PRIDEEXTENDED, Chicopee *

sense, Amherst *

the Stiyu Project, Worcester *

The Trans Asylum Seekers Support Network, Greenfield

Trans Doe Task Force, Orange

 

Maryland

CVO, Owings Mills *

Element of Hope, Baltimore

Idyll Dandy Arts, Dowelltown *

Maryland Trans*Unity, Silver Spring

Trans Maryland, GAITHERSBURG

Trans People of Color Coalition, Baltimore

Trans-Latinx DMV, Baltimore

 

Maine

Outright Lewiston/Auburn, Auburn

Portland Outright, Portland

Queer Kid Creative, South Portland

 

Michigan

Black Men Rock Brotherhood, Detroit

Black TG Voices, Detroit

GADES – Grassroots Activism Direct Emergency Support, Pontiac

Grand Rapids Trans Foundation, Grand Rapids

Hope for Trans Futures Training Programs, Kalamazoo *

Miss Mouthy Podcast, Detroit

Native Justice Coalition, Manistee *

Niyyah, Oak Park

Nuii Waav Brotherhood, Detroit *

Queers Taking Initiative, Alma *

Teamabad, Detroit

TGNC Wellness Workers Summit, Detroit

Transcend the Binary, Waterford

Wild Ferns Wellness, Lansing

 

Minnesota

Cuir Kitchen Brigade, Minneapolis

Minnesota Trans Disabled Care Fund, St. Paul *

Minnesota Transgender Health Coalition, Minneapolis

Open Flame Theatre, Minneapolis

Queer Science, Minneapolis Queer Science

SPIRAL Collective, Saint Paul *

TIGERRS, Minneapolis *

Transmission Ministry Collective, Saint Paul *

 

Missouri

Black Transcendence, Saint Louis

Gabriella Rosé Justice Support System, Wildwood

Northland Pride, Gladstone *

St. Louis Queer+ Support Helpline (SQSH), St. Louis *

The Nafasi Center, Kansas City

Trans artist collective, Kansas City *

Trans Housing Initiative St. Louis, ST. LOUIS

Transformations Youth Organization, Kansas City *

 

Mississippi 

Awakening Love, Jackson

Bois of the Sippi, Corinth *

Love Me Unlimited 4life/4 Evercareing Evonne, Jackson *

Madams of Excellence LLC, Jackson

 

Montana

Flathead Gender Identity Project, Kalispell

Great Falls LGBTQ+ Center, Great Falls *

Montana Two Spirit Society, Missoula

TransVisible Montana, Missoula

 

North Carolina

Assata Collective, Charlotte *

Fuerza Unión Múltiple – FUM, Henderson *

Greensboro Mutual Aid, Greensboro *

House of Jade, Greensboro

HYPHA Healing Garden & Apothecary, Durham *

Onslow County LGBTQ Community Center, Jacksonville

SPECTRUM Club, Smithfield

The Paris Project, Charlotte

Trans Empowerment Project, Jacksonville

Transgress: Digital Resistance Collective, Charlotte *

Transitioning Of The Carolinas, Charlotte *

Tranzmission, Inc., Asheville

 

North Dakota 

Evolve;, Jamestown *

 

Nebraska

Trans Collaborations, Kearney *

 

New Jersey

New Jersey Red Umbrella Alliance (NJRUA), Newark *

 

New Mexico

Bent Gardens, Santa Fe *

Equality In Employment Opportunities,  Albuquerque

Raíz Colectivx, Albuquerque

Trans Liberation Coalition, Albuquerque *

Transwoman Empowerment Initiative (TEI), Albuquerque *

 

Northern Mariana Islands

T-Project, Saipan *

 

Nevada

Las Vegas TransPride, Las Vegas

United Terrirtories of Pacific Islanders Alliance Las Vegas, Las Vegas

 

New York

(LEGION) League for Equity Of Gender In Our Neighborhoods, Rochester

Aaron Arthur-Gray (Search Forward Media), New York

bklyn boihood, Brooklyn *

Black Trans Blessings, Manhattan

Bluestockings Cooperative, New York *

Body Hack, Brooklyn

Brooklyn Ghost Project Inc., Brooklyn

CK Life, Bronx

Colectivo intercultural TRANSgrediendo, Jackson Heights *

Crystal LaBeija Organizing Fellowship, New York, NY

Dorian Corey Project/TRANSgressions, Kenmore *

Garden in the Wake, Brooklyn

In Honor Of Our Roots, Brooklyn *

Indigo Rising, Ithaca

Lion’s Tooth Project, Newburgh *

National LGBTQ Workers Center, New York

Princess Janae Place, Bronx

QTPoC Mental Health, Brooklyn

queer Haudenosaunee land project, Ridgewood *

Radical Truth, Ithaca

Reuniting of African Descendants (ROAD), New York

Rochester Black Pride, Rochester*

Southern Tier Transgender Advocacy Group, Endicott

The Awakening Trans Art Coalition (ATAC), Boiceville

The BSWC Philly, New York

The Gender & Sexuality Therapy Center, New York

Trans Closet Hudson Valley, Saugerties

Transgender Resilience Project, Bronx

What Will I Become, Bronx *

Xchange for Change, Brooklyn *

Yoga for Top Surgery Recovery, Patchogue *

 

Ohio

Black Transmen of Ohio, Columbus

Margie’s Hope, Akron  *

META Center Inc, Akron

Transgender Mentorship of Cincinnati, Cincinnati

TransOhio, Burton

 

Oklahoma

Cousins, Oklahoma City

Diversity Center of Oklahoma, Inc., Oklahoma City

Transpire Oklahoma, Inc., Tulsa

Tulsa Intersectional Care Network, Tulsa

 

Oregon

BI2S ARTISTS, Portland *

Point of Pride, Eugene

Transpose PDX, Portland *

 

Pennsylvania

Ark of Safety, Philadelphia

Coalition for Black Trans Economic Liberation, Philadelphia *

Eastern PA Trans Equity Project, Orefield

Hearts on a Wire, Philadelphia *

Heauxs In The Woods, Philadelphia

HG Freedman Illustration, Philadelphia

Housing Reparations Philly, Philadelphia

Lititz Chooses Love, Penryn

Sage Legacy Project, Philadelphia *

Tertium Quid, BRYN MAWR

The Wealth Redistribution Group, Philadelphia

transcribez, Philadelphia *

Visible Truth 365, Philadelphia *

Youthphoria, Abington

 

Puerto Rico

Ahí viene la e, San Juan

Círculo Violeta, Mayagüez , PR *

Casa Yamoca Opia, San German *

Colectivo Educativo por la perspectiva de género, Mayagüez

Colectivx Colectivx, San Juan

Editorial Casa Cuna, Hormigueros

El Sazon de Titi Shaky, San Juan

Entre Putxs Puerto Rico, San Juan

Espejos Cempazuchitl, Trujillo Alto

EspicyNipples, Guayama

Kellan Artgraphy, San Juan *

La Sombrilla Cuir, San Juan

Ominira Healing Village, San Juan *

Trans Goofy Games PR, San Juan *

 

South Carolina

Pride Link, Greenville

T-Time Transgender Support, Myrtle Beach

Transgender Awareness Alliance, LEXINGTON

 

Tennessee

Bead + Cowrie, LLC, Nashville

Memphis TransLove, Memphis

The Meadow Collective, Liberty

 

Texas

3 of Cups, Houston

Black trans texas Connection, Houston

Black Transmen, Inc., Carrollton

Black Transwomen Inc, Carrollton

Coastal Bend Trans Alliance, Corpus Christi

Corazon Conuko, Houston *

Embrace Austin, Austin

Organizacion Latina Trans in Texas, Houston *

Project Liferaft, Austin  *

Proyecto Casa De Colores, El Paso

Rainbow community texas, Houston

San Antonio Gender Association (SAGA), San Antonio *

Save Our Sisters United Inc, Houston

Seahorse Educational Services, Houston

Sex Workers Outreach Project of Austin (SWOP ATX), Austin

The Mahogany Project, Houston

The Next Generation Project, Spring *

Trans Legal Aid Clinic Houston, Houston

Trans Maculinos Houston Texas/OLTT, Houston *

Trans Nation, Baytown *

Trans-formation, Baytown

Transgender Education Network of Texas (TENT), Austin *

 

Virginia

Black Men Can Cook, North Garden

BONDS, Virginia Beach

CAKE Society Co, Arlington

Diversity in Recovery, North Garden *

Empowering Transgender Services Inc., Hampton *

Garden of Peace Project, Newport News

Grimalkin Records, Dendron *

MULUSA THE RAINBOW VISIBILITY PLATFORM, Alexandria

Power Safe Place Resource Center of Virginia, Inc., Front Royal

QueerRVA, Richmond

Southeastern Transgender Resource Center, Norfolk *

Stand For Art Foundation, Alexandria

The Men in Transition, Hampton

TMSports League, Franklin

Transgender Assistance Program of Virginia – TAPVA, Virginia Beach  *

Transgender Education Association of Greater Washington D.C., Burke

Transgender Veterans Support Group-Virginia, Richond *

Twin Oaks Queer Gathering, Louisa

 

Vermont

Out in the Open, Brattleboro *

Tender Fruits Collective and Farm, Morgan *

 

Washington

CoG: Conspiracy of Geniuses, Seattle

Diversity Alliance of the Puget Sound, Puyallup

SocialScope Productions, Seattle *

Taking Black Pride SEA, Tacoma

Trans Prisoner Solidarity Project, Seattle *

Trans Student Educational Resources, Spokane

Transfaith, Philadelphia

 

Wisconsin 

Bleed Shamelessly, Madison

Houze La Femme, Milwaukee

Lovell-Lepak Queer Outreach, Madison *

North Node Clinic, Milwaukee

 

Wyoming

The Rainbow Collective, Casper

WYNOT, Casper

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Introducing 2022 Community Grantmaking Fellow, Tatyana Moaton!

TJFP is so excited to introduce the second of our six 2022 Community Grantmaking Fellows, Tatyana Moaton!

Dr. Tatyana Moaton (she/her/hers) is the CEO, and Principal Consultant for Envision Consulting, one of the first black trans led consulting firms in the country. She has extensive experience working in Human Resources championing strategic initiatives geared towards Diversity & Inclusion. She is currently in the role of a Senior Capacity Building Specialist with San Francisco Community Health Center. Tatyana is a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces, serving honorably as an Intelligence Officer in the US Army. She was reared in the City of Chicago and attended college in Milwaukee, WI. She recently obtained her Doctorate of Philosophy In Management Science.

She is a staunch advocate for the Trans community and has worked with the American Civil Liberties Union as a spokesperson for Trans litigation and LAMBDA Legal. Working with the U.S. Center for Disease Controls, Science Application Team as a consultant to develop the first intervention geared towards the transgender targeted population.

Tatyana is a faculty member of Transgender Strategy Center and has worked with organizations and companies such as AIDS United, NMAC, Gilead, Merck, Elton John AIDS Foundation, and The Black AIDS Institute.

We’re full of gratitude that Tatyana has joined us and is lending her brilliance to this grantmaking cycle!

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Announcing TJFP’s 2021 Grantees!

We’re pleased to announce that TJFP’s 2021 grantmaking fellows awarded $850,000 in grants to 191 trans-led grassroots groups, projects, and organizations doing amazing, creative, and groundbreaking trans justice work across the US and US territories! Find out more through our 2021 grantee directory page, and see the full list at the bottom of this post!

Through your donations and efforts, we exceeded our $90k fundraising goal and raised an incredible $138,570! That means we’re able to move $850,000 to these grassroots trans-led groups this year, in the form of grants in the amount of $2,500, $5,000, and $10,000.

Our Community Grantmaking Fellows, grantmaking coordination team, and staff are deeply grateful and proud of all that TJFP has accomplished this year. Whether you fundraised on our behalf, shared our social media posts, donated, or used your platforms to lift up grassroots trans organizing, you helped make this happen! Along with the 117 groups that received a ReUp grant this year, we’re moving over $1.3 million to 308 groups in 2021!

Over the past nine years we’ve been able to support so many new groups and projects as they incubate and grow. For many of our applicants, TJFP is their first grant award, or first time submitting a funding application, period. We’ve also been able to continue to support our long time grantees over the years as they have become vital cornerstones in their communities. It’s heartening and beautiful to see what doors open for our grantees, the connections they make, the funding they access, and what they achieve with support and belief in their leadership!

Of our 191 grantees selected in May…

  • 121 grantees were first-time applicants to TJFP.
  • 87 had no nonprofit status.
  • 15 grantees come from outside of the lower 48 states, including Puerto Rico and the Northern Mariana Islands.
  • An incredible 159 grantees indicated BIPOC leadership–with 71 groups indicating they were led by Black trans women or femmes!

Over the past few months, the 2021 community grantmaking fellows spent hour after hour carefully reading and reviewing 211 applications from trans-led, grassroots groups and projects from around the country. As a cohort of trans, BIPOC organizers and activists, TJFP’s fellows have the opportunity to sit in the powerful role of grantmaker, a power often held by people and institutions outside of their communities. Yet since our fellows belong to trans and non-binary communities in the very places we see applications coming in from, this position can also come with the heavy weight of tough funding decisions. Our fellows do this highly emotional work with a whole lot of heart: reviewing applications using an intersectional lens, paying close attention to where resources are being redistributed geographically, and doing this with no strings attached and trusting that TJFP grantees know what’s best for their own communities.

We are so grateful for this year’s team and for the time and energy that was poured into every part of this process. While community-led grantmaking isn’t always quick and easy, it’s always worth it for us!

It’s because of this team and our amazing community that we were able to give so much money to so many incredible grassroots trans justice groups. As always, we are inspired by each and every application that was submitted.

Again, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts for being part of the legacy of our trans justice movements.

Check out these amazing trans justice groups that were funded this year! We’re so excited to share their brilliant work.

With warmth,

The TJFP Staff

 

The TJFP grantmaking fellows, facilitators, coordinators, and staff dancing their way out of this year’s meeting!

 

The groups listed below with an asterisk (*) are 2020/2021 grantees that received a ReUp grant!

 

Alaska

United Territories of Pacific Islanders Alliance, Anchorage

 

Alabama

AllowMe, Pike Road

The Knights & Orchids Society, Selma  *

The TRANShue Project, faunsdale  *

TWOC Healing Project, Birmingham

Visibly Trans*, Birmingham

 

American Samoa

IMPACT, Pago Pago  *

 

Alabama

Intransitive, Little Rock

The Young Transwomens Project, Little Rock

 

Arizona

Equality Arizona, Phoenix  *

Fluxx Productions, Tucson

Peacework Medical, Phoenix  *

Southern Arizona Gender Alliance, Tucson

The Outlaw Project, Phoenix  *

Thompson House, Tucson

Trans Pride Foundation, Phoenix

TRANSplants Desert Garden, Tucson

 

California 

Adsit Media, San Leandro

Alianza Translatinx, Santa Ana

American Trans Resource Hub, West Covina

Beyond Binary Legal, Long Beach

Deaf Queer Resource Center, San Francisco

Dem Bois Inc., San Pablo

Fireweed Collective, Richmond

Gender Justice LA, Los Angeles  *

Health Justice Commons, Richmond

House of Resilience, San Diego

Indigenous Pride LA, Los Angeles  *

Invisible Men, Compton

Lady J and Linda Kay’s House, Antelope

Lafemmebear Music, Middletown

Los Angeles Spoonie Collective, North Hills  *

metaDEN, San Diego  *

Mirror Memoirs, Los Angeles

Nonbinary and Intersex Recognition Project, Los Angeles  *

Northstate Trans*/GNC Project, Chico  *

Orange County Translatinas, Anaheim

Parivar Bay Area, Oakland

PEACE Out Loud, Berkeley

Proyecto Trans Latina, San Diego

San Francisco Trans March, San Francisco

San Francisco Transgender Film Festival, San Francisco

Somos Familia Valle, Sun Valley  *

The Herbal Trans Health Book Team, Oakland

The SisTrahood, La Mesa  *

The TAJA Coalition, San Leandro

The TG/ENBY Project, Los Angeles

Trans & Nonbinary Housing Collective, Sacramento

Trans Peer Mentor Program, San Francisco

Trans-E-Motion, Clovis

TRANScend, Bolinas  *

TRANScending in Nature, Greenfield  *

Unique Woman’s Coalition, Los Angeles

Voluminous Arts Trans-Led Halloquium (Artist Showcase), Glendale

Welcome, San Francisco  *

Y.G.S.L.R.H. S.T.F.U.T., Los Angeles

 

Colorado

Authentic Creations Artistic Apothecary, Caguas

Denver Community Fridges, Lakewood

 

Connecticut

Life In My Days, Waterbury

 

Washington, D.C.

ARCOIRIS *

DC Area Transmasculine Society

Halal And Queer Collective (HAQ Collective)

Makers Lab

P0stB1Nary

Pawsitive Palz  *

Plantita Power  *

Starseed Earthroot  *

They them collective  *

Trans People of Color Coalition  *

Trans Terps DC  *

Transform Gender Collective (TGC) *

 

Florida

Bridging the gap!, Fort Lauderdale

Florida Coalition for Trans Liberation, Tallahassee  *

Gender Advancement Project, Orlando

LIPS Tampa, Apopka  *

Marsha’s Web, Oakland Park

Moving Forward Wellness Coaching, Oakland Park

No.Str8s, Gainesville

Rooted Resistance, Tallahassee

Social Film Projects LLC, North Miami Beach  *

The Halfway Point, Tallahassee  *

The McKenzie Project, Miami

the passionvine project, lake worth

Trans Collaborative Network, Plantation

Trans Playhouse, Doral

Transgender Awareness Project, Jacksonville

TransSOCIAL, Inc., Miami

Triumphant 2Gether, Kissimmee  *

Unity Coalition|Coalicion Unida, Miami Beach  *

Unspoken Treasure Society Inc., Gainesville

 

Georgia

Community EsTr(El-La), Acworth

Community Roots, Decatur

FOR OUR SIBS Inc., Decatur

Genderfied, Marietta

I Am Human Foundation, Ellenwood

IATBP, Atlanta  *

Phoenix Transition Program, Conley

Queer Cultures, Atlanta

Southern Fried Queer Pride, Atlanta

The Frances Thompson Education Foundation, Atlanta

The Prizm Shyne Project, Conley

TMBLM, Inc., Atlanta

Trans Housing Atlanta Program, Inc., Atlanta

Trans(forming), Atlanta  *

 

Hawaii

Anuenue Alliance, Honolulu  *

HEARTS Maui, Wailuku  *

HI SIS, Honolulu

Kuaana Project, Honolulu  *

Na Lei Pulama, Kihei

The Trans Alaka’i Collective, Hilo

 

Idaho

Black Liberation Collective, Idaho, Meridian

 

Illinois

Chicago Therapy Collective, Chicago

Youth Empowerment Performance Project (YEPP), Chicago

 

Indiana

GenderNexus, Indianapolis

TREES, Inc., South Bend  *

 

Kansas

Our Spot KC, Kansas City

 

Kentucky

Radical Truth, Louisville

Tiger’s Eye Collective, Louisville

 

Louisiana

Amor y Solidaridad, Nueva Orleans

Black and Brown Biennale, New Orleans  *

Imagine Water Works, New Orleans  *

Jasmine Davis, New Orleans

LOUD: New Orleans Queer Youth Theater, New Orleans

Real Name Campaign NOLA, New Orleans

T’DAS: Transgender Domestic Abuse Sanctuary, New Orleans  *

The S.O.L.I.D Initiative, New Orleans

TRANScending Women, New Orleans  *

Transitions Louisiana, New Orleans

 

Massachusetts

Black and Pink Boston Chapter, Boston  *

Massachusetts Sex Worker Ally Network (MASWAN), Brighton

PRIDEEXTENDED, Chicopee

sense, Amherst

Sonrisas, Cheshire  *

the Stiyu Project, Jamaica Plain

Trans Asylum Seekers Support Network, Amherst  *

Transgender Emergency Fund Of MA INC, Boston

 

Maryland

Baltimore Safe Haven, Baltimore  *

CVO, Owings Mills

Idyll Dandy Arts, Dowelltown

Prism House LLC, Westminster

Sistas of the “t”, Baltimore  *

The Maryland Trans Resilience Conference, Baltimore  *

Trans Maryland, Gaithersburg  *

Trans Women of Color Collective, Chevy Chase  *

 

Maine

Maine Transgender Network INC., Portland  *

 

Michigan

Grand Rapids Trans Foundation, Grand Rapids  *

Grassroots Activism Direct Emergency-GADES, Auburn Hills

Hope for Trans Futures Training Programs, Kalamazoo

Native Justice Coalition, Manistee

Nuii Waav Brotherhood, Detroit

Queers Taking Initiative, Alma

TGNC Emotional Wellness Providers’ Summit, Detroit  *

The Transgender Health and Vitality Fund, Auburn Hills

Trans Sistas of Color Project, Detroit  *

Transcend the Binary, Ferndale  *

 

Minnesota

20% Theatre Company, Minneapolis  *

Cuir Kitchen Brigade, Minneapolis  *

For the Culture, Minneapolis  *

Friends Like Me, Minneapolis

Minnesota Trans Disabled Care Fund, St. Paul

Minnesota Transgender Health Coalition -MTHC, Minneapolis

Open Flame Theatre, Minneapolis  *

shOUT: Minnesota’s Trans & Gender Diverse Voices, Minneapolis  *

SPIRAL Collective, Minneapolis

TIGERRS, Minneapolis

Transmission Ministry Collective, Saint Paul

 

Missouri

Feed the People Garden Project, St. Louis  *

Gabriella Rosé Justice Support System, Columbia  *

Northland Pride, Gladstone

St. Louis Anti-Violence Project, St. Louis  *

St. Louis Queer+ Support Helpline (SQSH), St. Louis

Trans artist collective, Kansas City

Transformations Youth Organization, Kansas City

 

Mississippi

Bois of the Sippi, Corinth

Love Me Unlimited 4life/4 Evercareing Evonne, Jackson

 

Montana

Great Falls LGBTQ+ Center, Great Falls

Third Steep Farm (TS), Drummond

 

North Carolina

Assata Collective, Charlotte

Fuerza Unión Múltiple – FUM, Henderson

Greensboro Mutual Aid, Greensboro

HYPHA Healing Garden & Apothecary, Durham

Onslow County LGBTQ Community Center, JACKSONVILLE

Radical Kindred, Boone  *

There’s Still Hope, Charlotte  *

Transgress: Digital Resistance Collective, Mount Holly

Transitioning Of The Carolinas, Charlotte

Tranzmission, Asheville

Evolve;, Jamestown

 

Nebraska

Trans Collaborations, Kearney

 

New Jersey

Black Excellence Collective, Newark

New Jersey Red Umbrella Alliance (NJRUA), Newark

Tertium Quid, JERSEY CITY

 

New Mexico

Bent Road Gardens, Santa Fe

Trans Liberation Coalition, Albuquerque

Transwoman Empowerment Initiative (TEI), Albuquerque

 

Northern Mariana Islands

T-Project, Saipan

 

Nevada

Gender Justice Nevada, Las Vegas

Las Vegas TransPride, Las Vegas  *

 

New York

Awakening Trans Art Coalition, Boiceville  *

bklyn boihood, Brooklyn

Black Trans Blessings, Bronx  *

Black Trans Media, Brooklyn  *

BlackCuse Pride, Syracuse  *

Bluestockings Cooperative, New York

Caribbean Equality Project, Queens  *

Colectivo intercultural TRANSgrediendo, Jackson Heights

Crystal LaBeija Organizing Fellowship, New York  *

Dorian Corey Project/TRANSgressions, Kenmore

In Honor Of Our Roots, New York

LGBTQ+ Youth Xchange for Change, New York

Lion’s Tooth Project, Newburgh

Mirror Trans Beauty LLC, Brooklyn NY  *

Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center, Newburgh  *

Organización Latina Trans de New York, Brooklyn  *

Princess Janae Place Inc, Bronx  *

queer Haudenosaunee land project, Ridgewood

Radical Joy and Mental Health x Emulisfy, Brooklyn  *

Reboot(y), Brooklyn

Reuniting of African Descendants (ROAD), New York

Rochester Black Pride, ROCHESTER

T-FFED (Trans Folx Fighting Eating Disorders), Brooklyn  *

The G.H.O.S.T. Project, Brooklyn  *

The Gender & Sexuality Therapy Center, New York  *

The Heavenly Femme Network/The HAF Project, Bronx

Trans Closet Hudson Valley, Saugerties  *

What Will I Become, Bronx

Yoga for Top Surgery Recovery, Patchogue

 

Ohio

Black Queer & Intersectional Collective, Columbus

Margie’s Hope, Akron

TRANSlate, Cleveland  *

TransOhio, Burton  *

 

Oklahoma

Transpire Oklahoma, Inc., Tulsa  *

 

Oregon

Beyond These Walls, Portland  *

BI2S ARTISTS, Portland

Point of Pride, Eugene  *

Trans*Ponder, Eugene  *

Transpose PDX, Portland

 

Pennsylvania

Coalition for Black Trans Economic Liberation, Philadelphia

Eastern PA Trans Equity Project, Orefield

Hearts on a Wire, Philadelphia

Sage Legacy Project, Philadelphia

Trans Minors Rights, Lititz  *

transcribez, Philadelphia

Visible Truth 365, Philadelphia

 

Puerto Rico

Arianna’s Center / Puerto Rico, San Juan  *

Círculo Violeta, San Juan

Camp 4Respect, Bayamon

Editorial Casa Cuna, Hormigueros  *

EspicyNipples, Guayama  *

finca flamboyánT, Sabana Grande

Fundación Boreales, Carolina  *

Fundación Periodismo Siglo 21, San Juan

Fundación Yamoca Opia, San German

Kellan Artgraphy, San Juan

Movimiento en respuesta de VIH, San Juan

Ominira Healing Village, San Juan

Pólvora Colectiva, San Juan  *

Trans Feria. San Juan, San Juan  *

Trans Goofy Games PR, San Juan

 

South Carolina

Alpha Omega Kappa Fraternity, Inc., Lexington  *

Pride Link, Greenville  *

T-Time Transgender Support, Myrtle Beach  *

Transgender Awareness Alliance: Greg Green, Lexington

We Are Family, North Charleston  *

 

South Dakota

Two Spirit Nation, Rapid City  *

 

Tennessee

T4T Caregiving, Auburntown  *

The Meadow Collective, Liberty  *

Trans Empowerment Project, Knoxville  *

 

Texas

Cicada Collective, Lewisville  *

Coastal Bend Trans Alliance, Corpus Christi  *

Cons.T.ruct, Houston  *

Corazon Conuko, Houston

GenTex, McAllen  *

Interfaces, Austin

Organizacion Latina Trans in Texas, Houston

Papa Seahorses, Houston

Project Liferaft, Austin

Revolution Foundation, Dallas  *

San Antonio Gender Association (SAGA), San Antonio

The Mahogany Project, Houston

The Next Generation Project, Spring

Trans Legal Aid Clinic Houston, Houston  *

Trans Masculinos Houston Texas/OLTT, Houston

Trans Nation, Baytown

Trans Pride Initiative, Dallas

Transgender Education Network of Texas (TENT), Austin

 

Virginia

Charlottesville Trans Peer Group, Troy  *

Diversity in Recovery, North Garden

Garden of Peace, Inc., Newport News  *

Grimalkin Records, Dendron

Minority Transgender Unity, Hampton

Power Safe Place Resource Center of Virginia, Front Royal  *

Southeastern Transgender Resource Center, Norfolk

Stand for Art Foundation, Alexandria  *

Transgender Assistance Program of Virginia – TAPVA, Virginia Beach

Transgender Veterans Support Group-Virginia, Richmond

Twin Oaks Queer Gathering, Louisa  *

 

Vermont

Out in the Open, Brattleboro

Tender Fruits Collective and Farm, Morgan

 

Washington

Beyond Bars and Binaries, Tacoma  *

Femme & Them, Shelton

Rad Care, Seattle  *

SocialScope Productions, Seattle

Solace, Spokane  *

The Black Trans Prayer Book, Seattle  *

 

Wisconsin

Lovell-Lepak Queer Outreach, Madison

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Introducing 2020 TJFP Community Grantmaking Fellow, nathaniel gonzalez!

We’re honored to have nathaniel gonzalez join the TJFP 2020 grantmaking panel!

nathaniel is a facilitator & organizational development consultant whose work focuses on supporting local and national progressive non-profits in growing their work.

Rooted in healing justice practices, nathaniel, specializes in facilitating intersectional: process consultation, strategic planning, leadership development, organizational culture change, program development, and decision-making strategies. He also has a deep familiarity with Board development, conflict mediation, and onboarding processes.

He observes silence most Mondays, spells his name lower case, is the founder of For the Culture, listens to music loudly, and giggles deep belly giggles at inappropriate moments. He questions capitalism but loves new sneakers. And truth be told, when he asks how your day is, he genuinely wants to know.

We’re grateful for your thoughtfulness and looking forward to your brilliance!

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Applications are open for 2020 grants!

It’s that time again! Time for grassroots, trans-led, trans justice groups to apply for funding and for those of us who can, to donate what we can to support their work.  Please help us spread the word! The application is currently available in English and Spanish.

Please make sure to read our guidelines first to determine if your group is eligible.


 

Is Your Group Eligible for a TJFP Grant?

  • Are you a group?
  • Are you a grassroots, trans justice group run by and for trans people?
  • Is your group’s total budget less than $250,000?
  • Are you located in the United States or a U.S. territory?
  • Are you centering the leadership of trans people organizing around their experiences with racism, economic injustice, transmisogyny, ableism, immigration, incarceration, and other intersecting oppressions?
  • Are you meeting the needs of different local communities and using organizing and/or providing services to help bring people together?
  • Do you see your work as part of a bigger picture of trans-led work that seeks dignity and justice for all people?

* TJFP does not fund individuals.
* You do not need to be a 501c3 non-profit or have a fiscal sponsor to apply!

How Much Money is TJFP Giving Away?

Grants range in size and the more money we raise by May, the more we can give away! Every penny we raise goes to our grantees with no restrictions and no strings attached because we truly believe in trusting and supporting trans leadership. Our 2020 goal is to give away at least 750,000 dollars with grant sizes of $2500, $5000, and $10,000.

Deadline

The deadline to apply is February 15th, 2020 by midnight Eastern Standard Time. Decisions will be made at the end of May 2020, so you can expect to hear back from us by early June 2020.

Translation & Accessibility

The application is currently available in English and Spanish.

Please email us at admin@transjusticefundingproject.org by January 15th if you need a translated version in another language of the application.

We aim to make this process as accessible as possible, so please let us know about any other needs you have and we will do our best to meet them.

¡Las solicitudes ya están disponibles para las subvenciones del 2020 del Proyecto de Financiamiento de Justicia Trans (TJFP)!

TJFP es iniciativa comunitaria de financiamiento fundada en 2012 para apoyar grupos comunitarias de justicia trans dirigidos por y para personas trans. Hacemos becas anualmente por organizar un comité de seis activistas de justicia trans de todo el país para revisar cuidadosamente cada solicitud que recibimos.

¿Es elegible su grupo para una beca de TJFP?

  • ¿Es un grupo?
  •  ¿Es grupo comunitario de justicia trans dirigido por y para personas trans?
  • ¿El presupuesto total de su grupo es menos que $250,000?
  • ¿Está ubicado en los Estados Unidos o en Territorios de los Estados Unidos?
  • ¿Su grupo se enfoca en el liderazgo de personas trans organizando sobre sus experiencias con racismo, injusticia económica, trans-misoginia, capacitismo, inmigración, encarcelamiento, y otras opresiones interseccional?
  • ¿Satisface las necesidades de diferentes comunidades locales y organiza y/o provee servicios para unir las personas
  • ¿Considera su trabajo parte de una panorama general de trabajo dirigido por las personas trans para dignidad y justicia para todas personas?

TJFP no da becas a individuos.

¡No necesitas estatus sin fines de lucro 501c3, ni necesitas patrocinio fiscal tampoco para solicitar!

¿Cuánto dinero está donando el TJFP?

Las becas varían en tamaño.  Cuanto más recaudamos  más podemos regalar! Cada centavo que recaudamos va a nuestros beneficiarios sin restricciones ni condiciones tampoco porque creemos sinceramente en confiar en y apoyar al liderazgo trans.

Fecha límite

La fecha límite para solicitar es la 15 de febrero de 2020 por la medianoche EST. Decidiremos a finales de May 2020. Entonces, planea tener la respuesta de nosotrxs para Junio 2020.

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Together in Truth and Love, TJFP’s 2018 annual report is ready for you!

We are so excited to share our annual report with you!

With your help in 2018, we moved $650,000 to some of the most groundbreaking grassroots trans-led trans justice organizing work around the country.

Check out the 182 grantees, articles written by our community grantmaking fellows, infographics, photographs, and so much more!

This report is filled with groups and information you just can’t find anywhere else.

Please enjoy and feel free to share widely!

 

P.S.  Your group still has time to apply for a 2019 TJFP grant! Application deadline is this Friday 2/15 at 12 midnight EST.

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Introducing 2018 TJFP Community Grantmaking Fellow, Bré Anne Campbell!

TJFP is so excited to introduce the first of our six grantmaking fellows, Bré Anne Campbell!

Bré is a black woman of trans experience from Detroit, Michigan. She is the co-director of Trans Sistas of Color Project- Detroit, the first trans lead organization in Michigan dedicated to uplifting and impacting the lives of trans women of color living in the state. Bré is also very active in national HIV work, serving on the board of the Positive Women’s Network-USA and onto national advisory board of Positively Trans. She can be seen in the upcoming web series The Femme Queen Chronicles, a series written and produced by black trans women.

Looking forward to your brilliance!

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Introducing 2017 TJFP Community Grantmaking Fellow, Cathy Kapua!

cathykapuaTJFP is so excited to introduce the first of our six Community Grantmaking Fellows, Cathy Kapua!

Cathy Kapua hails from O`ahu, Hawaii and has worked with the transgender community since 2003. Cathy started as a Peer Educator and Employment Specialist at a transgender social service organization called Kulia Na Mamo. She then moved on to become an HIV Prevention Specialist at the Life Foundation working with transgender women who engage in survival sex work. Cathy has since worked on several federally funded projects specific for the transgender community and has provided culturally competency trainings to medical service providers in an effort of raising awareness of the needs of the transgender community in Hawaii. Cathy is currently the Kuaana Project Coordinator at the Life Foundation offering a variety of social services to the Native Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Island transcommunity by utilizing peers to empower others within the transgender community. Being a role model for the young transgender community in Hawai`i drives Cathy’s passion to continue her advocacy within the healthcare and social service fields. For more information on the Kuaana Project, please visit the website at www.kuaanaproject.org

We’re looking forward to building with you Cathy!

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Apply for a TJFP grant before midnight EST on 2/15!

“I so appreciate the vision of the Trans Justice Funding Project. The idea that small grassroots organizations finally has someone who hears and understands us…”–TJFP Grantee

TJFP is about investing in trans communities making decisions by and for ourselves. Over the last four years, we’ve received 486 applications, and raised and given away over 315 grants totaling more than $800,000 to trans-led trans justice groups through our community-led process.

Find out if your group is eligible to apply for a grant here and check out TJFP’s directory of trans-led trans justice groups that have applied in the past. There is so much brilliance in our communities and we’re here to help support the growth and sustainability of our trans justice movement. And we understand that the work can take many shapes and often looks different across regions.

We look forward to your application and to learning more about how you define trans justice! Thank you for all that you do to keep our communities safe and thriving.

The 2017 grant application deadline is tomorrow, February 15th, 2017 at midnight Eastern Standard Time.

 

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TJFP speaks on “Transformative Philanthropy” at University of Oregon

LowrinSeries_PhilanthropyTJFP is excited to participate in the upcoming “Transformative Philanthropy” forum at  The Center for the Study of Women in Society at the University of Oregon on November 9th, 2016. This forum focuses on ways that social justice philanthropy can bring about social change for women, LGBTQ people, and people of color.

TJFP’s Co-founder and Executive Director, Gabriel Foster will be speaking alongside Emily Evans, Executive Director of Women’s Foundation of Oregon and Carol Tatch, Major Giving Director of MRG Foundation.

Thank you University of Oregon for inviting us to share more about TJFP’s grantmaking model, as well as our community of trans justice grantees.

Transformative Philanthropy
November 9, 2016
Panel discussion: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
University of Oregon Campus
Knight Library – Browsing Room
1501 Kincaid Street
Eugene, OR  97403

 

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