Together, WE DID IT!
We’re so happy and proud to announce that we exceeded our fundraising goal and raised $50,922. This means, that once again we’ll be able to distribute $500,000.00 to our grantees this year! That’s half a million dollars supporting something truly invaluable–trans justice led by grassroots, trans leadership across the country.
Over 200 individuals donated, which is awe-inspiring and humbling. We can’t thank you enough for all your generosity and support! We truly couldn’t do this without you.
Please spread the word that our call for applications is less than two weeks away! Now is the time to apply or encourage others!
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 Puerto Rico?
- 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?
You do not need to be a 501c3 non-profit or have a fiscal sponsor to apply!
Click here to apply in English
¿Es elegible tu grupo para una beca PFJT?
- ¿Eres grupo?
- ¿Es grupo comunitario de justicia trans dirigido por y para personas trans?
- ¿Es menos de $250,000 el presupuesto total de tu grupo?
- ¿Está ubicado en los Estados Unidos o en Puerto Rico?
- ¿Centran ustedes el liderazgo de personas trans organizando alrededor de sus experiencias con racismo, injusticia económica, trans-misoginia, capacitismo, inmigración, encarcelamiento, y otras opresiones que se cruzan?
- ¿Satisfacen las necesidades de comunidades locales diferentes y usan la organización y/o proveer servicios para ayudar a unirse personas?
- ¿Consideran su trabajo como una parte de una panorama general de trabajo dirigido por las personas trans que busca dignidad y justicia para todas personas?
¡No necesitas estatus sin ánimo de lucro 501c3, ni necesitas patrocinio fiscal tampoco para solicitar!
Haga clic aquí para aplicar en Español
Graphic design and cover art by Micah Bazant, micahbazant.com
We’re so ready to release our 2015 annual report into the world!
We can’t one minute more to share information about our fabulous grantees, updates about our unique model, the directory (2013-2015), moving articles, infographics and more.
So please stay with us! The report is on the way.
And if you’ll be at this year’s Creating Change Conference January 201th-24th in Chicago, Illinois, please stop by our table to say hi and get your very own copy.
Shirt: “My existance is resistance” Image via Not1More
Trans Activists Blockade Road Outside Immigration Detention Center
Yesterday in Santa Ana, California Trans rights, immigrant rights & LGBTQ leaders took over the intersection of Flower and Civic Center, near the detention center in Santa Ana that holds transgender detainees.
“For too long our communities have been experiencing oppression through its immigration system. With each presidential administration advocates rally and push for reform measures and some lose sight of the broader vision for liberation. We are here today to uplift these broader demands of liberation; an end to detention centers and the criminalization of our transgender, gender non-conforming and queer communities. Trans women today are at the front-lines and showing up for our communities because our lives are on the line.” -Isa Noyola, Program Manager at the Transgender Law Center
TJPF is feeling a tremendous amount of love and respect for our friends, colleagues and community members out there literally putting their very lives and bodies at risk to say enough is enough!
View the full article here.
Isa Noyola getting arrested. Image via Not1More