Meet Southern Equality Fund Grassroots Partners

Grasroots Partners Directory:

Southern Equality Fund grassroots partners represent groups and many more individual leaders across the South who are doing inspiring and courageous work to make a difference in their local communities. View grassroots partners by funding round or search using the directory below:

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Sponsorship for annual SEIRN conference for scholarships, childcare and interpretation costs.

College Park
GA
www.seirn.org
$250.00

Funds will go to pay for AC Reynolds High School GSA student t-shirts.

Asheville
NC
$250.00

Create and distribute promotional material to help spread the word about the Elite Project and the work done in the community about HIV testing and other programs.

Birmingham
AL
$250.00

Free shuttle service to increase access to voting for young people, people of color, folks earning low incomes, LGBTQ people and other marginalized communitites.

Birmingham
AL
$250.00

Outreach campaign to change how the general public perceives HIV and HIV testing and to destigmatize the LGBT community associated with HIV. Ads will focus on increasing awareness about who should get tested, how to get tested, advancements in treatment and prognosis, and encouraging greater Mobile to help eradicate HIV by getting free HIV testing at AIDS Alabama South and encouraging others to get tested.

Birmingham
AL
$500.00

Expanding outreach efforts to the LGBT HIV+ community by organizing activities and assisting group members with expenses related to attending their bi-monthly Positive Living Support Group.

Hattiesburg
MS
$500.00

Supplies for trainings: more handouts, promotional items to get more people to attend the trainings. Safe Zone for All is a ground breaking educational initiative designed to foster availability for safe spaces for at risk individuals and distribute information and guidance to those seeking assistance.

Enterprise
AL
$500.00

America in Transition is a documentary series exploring community, family, and faith for trans people of color across the United States, as they travel across the US to capture real life for a veteran turned activist, a two-spirit dancer, and a model navigating family life.

$500.00

File for 501c3 status to open center for displaced LGBTQ youth in Greensboro/Asheboro.

Liberty
NC
$250.00

Scholarships for trans and GNC individuals to attend 12-hour intensive self-defense course.

Asheville
NC
$250.00

 

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