We call this our gratitude report.

It is created with deep appreciation for all who make our work possible.

Since our founding in 1985, thousands of donors, volunteers, grantees, and scholars have come together to fuel equity and justice for LGBTQ+ people across the Northwest.

Every day, our community shows their dedication to building a world where all LGBTQ+ youth, adults, and families live safely and openly as our whole selves, in all the communities we call home. For all this, we share our gratitude.

Thank you.

Together, we have all the tools we need to create a world where we can all thrive. The stories within show just that.

Our 2019-2020 Gratitude Report

Here's a snapshot of what you'll find inside...

Our Ecosystem

This year, we’ve created a visual reminder of the deep and meaningful ways we are all connected as part of a rich, complex, growing, changing, and ever-vibrant ecosystem.

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Ripples Through Time

As we celebrate 35 years, we are filled with gratitude for every person and organization in the Pride Foundation ecosystem. These milestones are just a small part of all we have achieved together.

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Our Supporters

We are so grateful to every single person, family, organization, and business in our ecosystem of supporters!

Scholar Alum Feature:
Nathan Harris

“Beyond financial assistance, the scholarship gave me a mandate to sustain my leadership on campus and provided comfort in knowing that I was not alone.”

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Current Scholar Feature: Bri Mango

Studying Welding Technology and Fine Art at Montana State University, Bri is working to blaze a trail for other femme, queer, and mixed race people interested in the trades and other artistic mediums often associated with white masculinity.

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Congrats to our 2020 Scholars!

Read more about these amazing LGBTQ+ student leaders across the Northwest

Longtime Grantee Feature: POCAAN

In the 1980’s, few resources existed for people living with HIV/AIDS—and even fewer for people of color. In this climate of devastation and scarcity, People of Color Against AIDS Network (POCAAN) was created in 1987.

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New Grantee Feature:
Inclusive Idaho

Started as a vigil for George Floyd and other Black people killed by police, Inclusive Idaho has grown quickly out of the need for more racial justice organizing work in Idaho.

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We love our Community Partner Organizations!

Read more about all of our incredible 2019-2020 grant recipients across the Northwest

Past Public Education: Why Marriage Matters

In 2012, when LGBTQ+ people were fighting for the right to marry across the country in courts and through legislation, Washington faced marriage equality at the ballot box.

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Current Public Education: TRANSform Washington

“I think what’s really powerful is my own self determination to be able to  decide how I identify, and model that for my child.”

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Founding Donor Feature:
Brian M. Day

No one exemplifies the revolutionary values of Pride Foundation quite like Brian M. Day, the creator of our very first scholarship fund in 1993.

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New Donor Feature:
Quince Mountain

That’s when Quince and his team of lovable sled dogs set out from Anchorage, Alaska as competitors in the Iditarod—making Quince the first openly transgender musher to compete in the 1000-mile dog sled race.

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Dive in!

We hope you'll take a moment to check out the full report

You are a critical part of this ecosystem

Together, we have all the tools we need to create a world where we can all thrive.

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