Trans people are among one of the nation's most marginalized groups, but funding to support them is still very modest. A new initiative out of Funders for LGBTQ Issues aims to change that.
LGBTQ artists have traditionally lacked the kind of robust support structures that exist across other segments of the arts world. Queer|Art is working to change that.
The current funding landscape for LGBT rights funding has been on a steady increase for the past 10 years or so. The problem is that funding has historically failed to address the needs of intersex and trans communities. Is the tide turning?
Could progressive funders finally be getting serious about movement building after years—actually, decades—of giving lip service to this idea while sticking to silo-ized grantmaking? Maybe.
For a long time, LGBTQ philanthropy largely skipped the South. That's starting to change, and these grants to grow pro-LGBTQ community foundations are one reason why.
LGBTQ seniors outside of cities face isolation and risk of depression due to the lack of community and resources available to them. Some local health funders are stepping up to help.
For 15 years, this David Bohnett Foundation fellowship has been sending LGBTQ political officials to Harvard for leadership training. What's the goal of this long-running program?
Women of color account for 80 percent of new HIV diagnoses. But stigma and isolation can make it uniquely difficult for these women to get treatment. A pharma funder is working the problem.
Popular entertainment has mass reach in the millions, but social justice funders don't usually pay it much attention. The Pop Culture Collaborative aims to change that. What's its game plan?
With more local funders backing LGBTQ work, we look at an endowed fund that's been ramping up its giving over the past four years. Where's the money going?
With alarm bells sounding, more HIV/AIDS funding in the South lately is coming from foundations that typically have a much more national and international focus. Here's an example.
The venerable Rockefeller Foundation isn't a funder you might naturally think would join the "resistance" to the Trump administration. But a series of grants have signaled where it stands.
Nearly half of the U.S. HIV population lives in the South—a region historically shortchanged by LGBT funders. That's been changing, though, and we talk to two national funders who've partnered here to step things up.
When you think of LGBT philanthropists, tech winners like Tim Gill and David Bohnett come to mind. Today we examine a lower-profile LGBT philanthropist, veteran Wall Streeter David Dechman.
It can be tough living in a rural area as an LGBT person, and all the more so if you're getting old. Which grantmakers are paying attention to this unique set of challenges?