Projects for Service Providers

LAMBDA's Building Bridges Guide
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The Network La Red
Survivor-led organizing to end partner abuse


GLBTQ Domestic Violence Project
Mission Statement: To assist and support victims and survivors of domestic violence, focusing on the GLBTQ community, to bring about responsive public policy, and to increase access to culturally competent services.


Angels of Change
Angels of Change is a fundraiser of the CHAMPION FUND to support transgender services housed within The Division of Adolescent Medicine; which has provided healthcare and supportive services specifically designed for trans and gender- nonconforming youth since 1996.

Empower trans youth to demonstrate leadership in their respective communities by being “Angels of Change”
Highlight the work of trans and gender nonconforming youth who create positive change within their community
Honor individuals, corporations and organizations that provide support to trans youth


GLBT Host Home Project of Avenues for Homeless Youth
“Building community one host home at a time”The GLBT Host Home Program provides transitional living arrangements for 10 homeless gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth and young adults ages 16 to 21 in safe, supportive, volunteer host homes. Founded in 1998, this community-based program is coordinated by Avenues, but supported by a vast array of individuals and other youth-serving agencies. The host homes receive training and ongoing support from Avenues, while the youth receive case management by the referring agencies.


True Colors Fund
The True Colors Fund works to end homelessness amongst LGBTQ+ youth, creating a world in which young people can be their true selves.


Human Rights Campaign
Resources for transgender and nonbinary youth
Links to clinics, books, supporting organizations and more


Welcoming Schools
Resources for educators including lessons, development tools, and community building projects


Safe Schools Coalition Identity/Expression Activity
Encourages empathy


Guidelines for Identifying Bias
For educators but works well for parents
Includes stereotypes; language; omissions, exclusions and perspectives