Former GUTC Fellow Offers Advice in Recent NPQ Op-ed

Former GUTC Fellow Offers Advice in Recent NPQ Op-ed

By: Funders for LGBTQ Issues Staff on January 5, 2021

Aldita Gallardo, former GUTC fellow (class of 2019) offers advice to Nonprofit Quarterly readers in a recent op-ed. In the op-ed titled Resourcing Trans-Led Organizations and Building Power for Trans Communities, Aldita talks about her personal journey navigating the philanthropic sector as a nonbinary Translatina immigrant working at one of the leading philanthropic institutions moving resources to LGBTQ communities. At Borealis Philanthropy, Aldita serves as the Senior Program Associate for the Fund for Trans Generations.

In this article, Aldita also talks about the dire need for funds like the Fund for Trans Generations (FTG) during the COVID-19 era, the importance of creating spaces of healing, and makes a clear call to action for  philanthropy to increase support for trans and gender nonconforming communities.

Read the full article on Nonprofit Quarterly.

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We're proud to congratulate Aldita Gallardo (@ladycaucau) of @BorealisPhil and fellow Funders board member on her latest op-ed in the @SSIReview! #philanthropy #grantmaking #LGBTQ #transrights
https://ssir.org/articles/entry/4_ways_funders_can_build_authentic_partnerships_with_trans_and_nonbinary_communities

As this week ends, we stand in solidarity with our AAPI community. Thank you, @aapip for sharing "11 Ways Forward This Lunar New Year," an article that includes response resources to support those affected by the tragedy in Monterey Park and ways to heal. https://aapip.org/news/11-ways-forward-this-lunar-new-year/

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