Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Pride Foundation Community Grantees!

Pride Foundation invests in remarkable community organizations that are actively addressing the needs of and expanding opportunities for LGBTQ+ people and our families in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.

In our 2019-2020 Community Grants cycle, Pride Foundation was thrilled to award $557,000 to 108 organizations across the Northwest—the largest Community Grants funding amount in Pride Foundation history!

We hope you take a moment to read our full grant docket to learn more about the incredible work these grantees are doing across the Northwest!

Interested in applying for a grant?

“We are beyond thrilled to be a Community Grant Recipient! Thank you Pride Foundation for supporting our TriplePoint programs for youth in Walla Walla and Vancouver in building a better, safer, and more welcoming world for LGBTQ people and their families.”

–Children’s Home Society of Washington

2019-2020 Community Grantees

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YWCA Clark County Vancouver, Washington Visit
Youth Emergency Services of Pend Oreille County Newport, Oregon Visit
Yakima Pride Yakima, Washington Visit
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific Am Seattle, Washington Visit
Wild Diversity Portland, Oregon Visit
White Center Community Development Association Seattle, Washington Visit
Western Montana LGBTQ Community Center Missoula, Montana Visit
Velocity Dance Center Seattle, Washington Visit
UTOPIA (United Territories of Pacific Islanders’ Alliance) Kent, Washington Visit
Trans*Ponder Eugene, Oregon Visit

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