Pride Foundation is currently conducting an extensive review of our Granting Program to better serve our community of nonprofits. donors, and volunteers. A standard practice, the review is an important step to ensuring the program is meeting existing and emerging needs in our LGBTQ community.
Results of this review will be shared during the summer of 2013. However, we do not anticipate significant changes to our 2013 process. The next application process will open in late/to end of June 2013.
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Since 1985, donors have helped Pride Foundation provide more than $36 million to hundreds of projects and organizations that strengthen and serve the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ), and straight ally community.
Recipients of Pride Foundation funding are empowered to expand the understanding of LGBTQ issues, support the LGBTQ community, and advocate for systemic change.
Grants support innovative new ideas as well as existing organizations with a record of positively impacting local communities in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. In all cases, Pride Foundation is honored to put our community’s resources to work in support of projects and organizations we know are making a difference for LGBTQ equality.
If you need more information regarding this process, contact your area’s Regional Development Organizer. For general grant assistance or questions, or if your project will be operating in more than one state in the Northwest, please email our Director of Programs (links to email@example.com) or call 206.323.3318 or toll free at 800.735.7287.