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Alamance Pride WECAHN
$2,000: First ever Alamance Pride event
Guilford College Bayard Rustin Conference
$2,500: 5th Annual Leadership/Activism Conference for LGBTQ people of color.
Community Theatre of Greensboro
$3,390: Dialogue about the life of LGBTQ Latinos in our community before a showing of West Side Story, as well as a Latino themed reception following the show.
$5,000: Expansion of education efforts for city and county policy makers.
FaithAction International House
$2,500: Outreach to LGBTQ immigrants, including resource guides in Spanish and French.
Interactive Resource Center
$4,000: Building a gender-neutral bathroom inside their facility.
$2,500: Provides therapy for underserved LGBTQ youth in rural areas, including therapist training.
NC Trans Pride
$1,350: Pride event at Greensboro Multicultural Center to celebrate trans and gender non-conforming people and communities.
$5,000: Human relations and leadership development program for rising high school juniors and seniors.
PFLAG Greensboro Leadership
$2,100: Board of Directors will attend biennial national convention to develop skills.
$2,500: Free meeting space for LGBTQI organizations.
Triad Health Project
$4,000: Operations at Higher Ground, a day center for people living with or affected by HIV. Provides a safe space to find acceptance, community, and holistic support.
Triad Pride Men’s Chorus
$3,500: Provides access to the Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Choruses, including low- and no-cost consulting.
UNCG Queer Student Union
$5,000: Resources, activities, programming, advocacy, and empowerment for all LGBTQIA/Queer students at UNCG through meetings, discussions, socials, and more.
UNCG Speech and Hearing
$3,662: Ongoing voice feminization and communication intervention for individuals transitioning from male-to-female.
$5,000: Hiring first part-time coordinator to move volunteer organization to the next level.