Deadline: February 15, 2020
Is Your Group Eligible for a TJFP Grant?
TJFP does not fund individuals.
You do not need to be a 501c3 non-profit or have a fiscal sponsor to apply!
How Much Money is TJFP Giving Away?
Grants range in size and the more money we raise by May, the more we can give away! Every penny we raise goes to our grantees with no restrictions and no strings attached because we truly believe in trusting and supporting trans leadership. Our 2020 goal is to give away at least 750,000 dollars with grant sizes of $2500, $5000, and $10,000.
The deadline to apply is February 15th, 2020 by midnight Eastern Standard Time. Decisions will be made at the end of May 2020, so you can expect to hear back from us by early June 2020.
Translation & Accessibility
The application is currently available in English and a Spanish version will be online soon.
Please email us at [email protected] by January 15th if you need a translated version in another language of the application.
We aim to make this process as accessible as possible, so please let us know about any other needs you have and we will do our best to meet them.
A Few Frequently Asked Questions
Can you apply if your fiscal sponsor’s budget is more than $250,000?
Yes, as long as your own independent group’s budget is less than $250,000.
Can you apply if your organization has a trans justice program with a budget of less than $250,000 but the organization’s total budget is more than that?
No. We do not fund programs at larger organizations. We fund independent trans-led groups.
Can you apply again if you received a grant from TJFP before?
Yes! You might want to share how you used your grant this year in your application. But you don’t have to—we do not require reporting.
Is multi-year support available?
Not yet, but we hope to provide it in the future.
What does trans justice mean?
We use the term “trans” in its most inclusive sense, as an umbrella term encompassing transsexual, transgender, genderqueer, Two-Spirit people, and more generally, anyone whose gender identity or gender expression is non-conforming and/or different from their birth-assigned sex.
We see trans justice as a commitment to creating a world where trans and gender non-conforming individuals and communities have the freedom to self-define and express their genders without fear of violence, discrimination, or harassment. A world where we recognize and honor that our communities have knowledge and expertise in matters relating to our own lives that no one else will have.
(Thank you to Leeway Foundation and Ryan Li for the adapted definitions above)
Just email [email protected] and we’ll get back to you as fast as we can!