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Stonewall grants strengthen the community. We invest in dynamic organizations, projects, and leaders that elevate LGBTQ people and our cultural contributions, advance our rights, and promote our wellness, safety, and liberation.
For lists of our current and recent grantee partners, click here.
Grants for Innovative HIV Prevention and Services
Our Amida Care Fund seeks to support prevention and intervention strategies that engage members of the LGBTQ community who are most at risk for HIV infection, or who are HIV-positive but not virally suppressed or receiving necessary care. Multiple grants ranging between $2,000 and $5,000 will be awarded in December 2019.
For more on eligibility and to apply, please download the Request for Proposals and Proposal Form.
Applications are now closed for the 2019 Amida Care grant cycle.
Grants for Decriminalization Work
To honor the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, this grant cycle centers organizations, programs, and initiatives that focus on decriminalizing aspects of LGBTQ life, experience, and survival. One grant of $22,000 will be awarded in October 2019.
For more on eligibility and how to apply, please download the Request for Proposals and Proposal Cover Page.
Applications are now closed for the 2019 Stonewall Quarter Share grant cycle.
Interested in becoming a Stonewall grantee partner? Does your organization serve the LGBTQ community in New York City? Are you excited about the potential for growth, additional services, or your unique approach to changing lives? Join our mailing list to get notifications about future grant opportunities. Please note that we only fund U.S.-based 501(c)(3) nonprofits. Groups with qualified fiscal sponsors are eligible for funding.
Bee's Fund Microgrants
We are proud to offer grants that benefit LGBTQ individuals who have an express need for support. These microgrants, as we call them, range from $25 to $650, with some flexibility depending on the request. Right now, microgrants are made exclusively through the Bee Winkler Weinstein Fund and are awarded to help young women who have lost family support because of their sexual orientation or gender identity in becoming self-sufficient. Applicants must be between 18 and 25 years old, reside in the United States, and identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or trans.
Expenses that may be covered by a microgrant include, but are not limited to:
GED tutoring or classes
Uniforms necessary for work
Undergraduate college application fees
Vocational training, licensing, and testing fees
Domestic needs, such as bedding or rental security deposits
Securing legal name changes or gender-affirming IDs
Download the application. Applicants are required to include a statement that tells us a bit about herself and how these funds will help her grow and become self-sufficient. Please also note: when submitting, attach a copy of any written estimates, invoices, or promotional materials that verify expenses noted in the request for funding.
You may give a gift to support the work of Bee’s Fund here.