FTG GRANTEE PARNTER, ORGANIZACION LATINA DE TRANS EN TEXAS
The FTG plays an important role in providing significant resources to emerging trans-led groups that have had limited access to national funding streams. The FTG is committed to growing with organizations and increasing their capacity and leadership development as they meet the needs of transgender, gender non-conforming and nonbinary communities. The Fund provides both general support grants and organizational development grants to their grantee partners.
The FTG’s grantee partners work holistically to address the individual and collective needs of trans people, from survival to thriving to building power.
The FTG was launched in 2016 and has moved more than $10 million to trans-led organizations!
FTG GRANTEE PARNTER, BALTIMORE SAFE HAVEN
THE LATEST FROM FTG
- BIPOC Trans Leaders Reflect on Philanthropy’s Role in Trusting Trans Leadership
- Fund for Trans Generations Moves $2.5 Million to Trans-Led Organizations!
- As Attacks Proliferate, Philanthropy Sends More Money to Groups That Serve Transgender People
- What We’re Reading: Funding Trans Liberation
- Trans Communities Are Under Attack. Here’s How Philanthropy Must Respond
The FTG prioritizes funding for organizations addressing:
- Health and Healing
- Leadership Development
- Grassroots Organizing
- Movement Building
- Mutual Aid and Direct Services
- Arts and Culture
FTG 2022 HIGHLIGHTS
The FTG’s Grantmaking Process
Current Funding Opportunities
The FTG donor collaborative offers funders:
- Deep engagement in funding decisions, and participation in learning spaces with staff and advisory committee members.
- Communication with nascent organizations that wouldn’t be on donors’ radar screens.
- Strategic lessons that donors can carry over to their direct grantmaking and other collaboratives.