A community that takes care of one another

We launched the Crisis Community Care Fund in March of 2020 as part of our efforts to support community groups and organizations responding to COVID-19, and whose work is being impacted by the factors surrounding the spread.

Not only does this fund support organizations on the frontlines of this epidemic, it also provides resources to Black-led and centered organizing work around racial justice efforts in the Northwest, as these efforts are addressing the systemic racism that resulted in the disproportionate impact COVID-19 has on Black people and communities.

So far, over five rounds of funding, we have awarded more than $1 million through the Crisis Community Care Fund to 84 incredible groups and organizations across the Northwest. Check out our 2020 report to learn more about these efforts and our plans for the future!

“Pride Foundation has been by our side since our very beginning in 2012 and knew that this year, when COVID and the wildfires hit, TransPonder and our community would be greatly affected. They reached out to us quickly and proactively, offering emotional and financial support. Offers like this are unprecedented, especially for small nonprofits like us.”

Oblio Stroyman

Crisis Community Care Fund Grantees

Alaska

Alaska AIDS Assistance Association (Four A’s) – $5,000
Choosing Our Roots – $10,000
Covenant House Alaska – $5,000
Identity, Inc. – $29,000
Native Movement – $20,000
YWCA Alaska – $15,000

Idaho

Add the Words Idaho – $10,000
Centro de Comunidad Y Justicia – $5,000
Inclusive Idaho – $15,000
Inland Oasis – $20,000
Intermountain Fair Housing Council, Inc. -$5,000
North Idaho AIDS Coalition (NIAC) -$25,000

Montana

EmpowerMT – $5,000
Glacier Queer Alliance – $15,000
Great Falls LGBTQ+ Center – $5,000
Montana Gender Alliance -$25,000
Montana Two Spirit Society – $15,000
Open Aid Alliance – $3,000
The Center – $25,000
The Montana Racial Equity Project – $10,000
Tumbleweed – $5,000

Oregon

Beyond These Walls – $7,500
Black & Beyond the Binary Collective – $30,000
Bradley Angle – $5,000
Cascade AIDS Project – $5,000
Causa Oregon – $5,000
Causa/Oregon DACA Coalition – $15,000
Daisy C.H.A.I.N. – $10,000
Don’t Shoot PDX – $5,000
Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon – $5,000
Familias en Accion – $5,000
Freedom To Thrive – $10,000
Friendly House/ SAGE Metro Portland – $25,000
Greater Portland Trans Unity – $10,000
HIV Alliance – $5,000
Immigration Counseling Service – $5,000
Latino Network – $5,000
Ori Gallery – $25,000
Our House of Portland – $6,000
Portland African American Leadership Forum (PAALF) – $5,000
Q Center – $20,000
Rogue Action Center – $26,000
Rural Organizing Project – $10,000
Since Time Immemorial Fund – $10,000
Trans*Ponder – $35,000
Unite Oregon – $5,000
UTOPIA PDX – $25,000

Washington

AHAT Homecare – $5,000
Alphabet Alliance of Color – $10,000
API Chaya – $5,000
COVID-19 Relief Fund for WA Undocumented Folks – $10,000
Entre Hermanos – $5,000
Gay City: Seattle’s LGBTQ Center – $5,000
Gender Justice League – $10,000
Heartspark Press – $5,000
Ingersoll Gender Center – $5,000
Lavender Rights Project – $5,000
Liberation Medicine School – $25,000
Lifelong – $5,000
LifeWire – $5,000
New Horizons Ministries – $5,000
Oasis Youth Center – $5,000
Odyssey Youth Movement – $45,000
PCAF – $5,000
Peer Seattle – $5,000
People of Color Against AIDS Network (POCAAN) – $5,000
Pizza Klatch – $25,000
QTPOC Birthwerq Project – $15,000
Queer The Land – $5,000
Rainbow Center – $5,000
Recovery Cafe – $5,000
Rod’s House – $5,000
SAN – Spokane AIDS Network in Spokane – $25,000
Somos Seattle – $5,000
Spectrum Center – $10,000
Stonewall Youth – $37,000
The #BlackTransPrayerBook – $15,000
Trans and Gender Diverse Emergency Community Aid (UTOPIA, Ingersoll) – $10,000
Trans Women of Color Solidarity Network – $35,000
UTOPIA Seattle – $40,000
WA Black Trans Task Force (a Project of Lavender Rights Project) – $60,000
Washington Immigrant Solidarity Network – $5,000
Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience – $2,500
Yakima Pride – $20,000

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