Working for Change

Pride Foundation provides critical funding to the remarkable community organizations that are actively addressing the needs of and expanding opportunities for LGBTQ+ people in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.

We offer grants through three areas of funding: Community Grants Program, Crisis Community Care Fund, and the Oregon Immigrant and Refugee Funders Collaborative.

Has your organization been impacted by COVID-19?

Learn more about our Crisis Community Care Efforts

Entre Hermanos, Community Grant Recipient in Seattle, WA

Investing in Community Organizations

For decades, groups and organizations throughout the Northwest have worked tirelessly to build a better, safer, and more inclusive world for LGBTQ+ communities in every corner of our region. Our Community Grants help fund this work, prioritizing communities who have been especially harmed by systemic injustices and who have been chronically underinvested by philanthropy.

Community Grants Program

We Respond to Urgent Needs

Emboldened by new policies, hateful and violent incidents against LGBTQ+ people are on the rise in our communities. That’s why our Rapid Response Fund offers grants to counter new and renewed threats at local and national levels against the hard-fought legal, economic, and cultural advances our communities have made.

Rapid Response Fund

Forward Montana, Community Grant Recipient in Montana

Photo Credit: John Rudoff

Supporting Immigrants and Refugees in Oregon

The Oregon Immigrant and Refugee Funders Collaborative is a coordinated and nimble funding approach to address issues impacting immigrants and refugees in Oregon, and to support local organizations responding to these issues.

Oregon Immigrant & Refugee Funders Collaborative

This grant from Pride Foundation supports the incorporation of LGBTQ+ inclusiveness throughout our entire sexual health education lesson package, and supports the Rainbow Army, our LGBTQ+ and allied youth support group, to continue to flourish.

Catriona Reynolds, Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic

Frequently Asked Questions

Community Grants Program: applications are due in July—specific dates can be found on our Community Grants timeline

Crisis Community Care Fund: this fund currently does not have an open application process. For more information on who is elegible for this fund, please take a moment to learn more about our Crisis Community Care Efforts.

Rapid Response Fund, and Oregon Immigrant and Refugee Funders Collaborative: both have rolling grant applications—in other words, you can apply anytime!

  • Community Grants Program: There is no maximum grant award, and our average grants can range anywhere between $1,000 to $10,000.
  • Rapid Response Fund: The maximum Rapid Response fund grant award is $5,000, and grants can range anywhere between $500 to $5,000.
  • Oregon Immigrant and Refugee Funders Collaborative: These grant awards have ranged from $1,000-$5,000.

Community Grants Program: In the fall—specific dates can be found on the Community Grants timeline

Rapid Response Fund: Usually within two weeks of submitting your application, but never more than 30 days.

Oregon Immigrant and Refugee Funders Collaborative: Usually within one month of submitting your application.

Contact Craig Williams, Pride Foundation Office Manager, at to request a copy.

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