LGBTQ Southerners impacted by COVID-19 can now apply for an Emergency Assistance Grant (EAG)

Campaign for Southern Equality

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Deadline: March 31, 2021

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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues – and even as hope is on the horizon with the early rollout of the vaccine – our team sends love and support to folks facing significant hardships, including so many across the LGBTQ South.

Today we are opening a new round of COVID-19 Rapid Response Grant Program funding to provide support to help with rent, food, medical expenses and other necessities.

LGBTQ Southerners impacted by COVID-19 can now apply for an Emergency Assistance Grant (EAG) – just click here. Any LGBTQ person in a Southern state experiencing the health and/or financial impacts of the pandemic is eligible to apply for a grant of $250 to assist with needs such as food, rent, prescriptions.

Since March 2020 we’ve opened up more than $310,000 in rapid response funding, including a round that we are opening today.

Our team is working with CSE members and partners across the South to ensure that these funds reach the most impacted LGBTQ Southerners, including BIPOC and trans, nonbinary, and gender non-conforming Southerners. Of the grants issued so far, 69% of recipients are BIPOC, and 73% are TGNC.

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