Our Partners

Trans Empowerment Project works in tandem with the following organizations to create a system that supports Disabled Trans* People of Color, and their communities.

Appalachian Community Fund

Providing funds for social change, in the Central Appalachian area.

Borealis Philanthropy

Resourcing grassroots leaders and social justice movements for transformative change.

Covenant House

Helping to transform and save the lives of homeless, runaway, and trafficked youth.

East Tennessee Foundation

Where donors join together to create a better East Tennessee region, for today and future generations.

Empower Project

Helping communities, progressive organizations, and non-profits in leveraging their personal relationships to build power and dramatically expand the electorate. 

GC2B

Accessible, comfortable, and safe binding options for trans people, designed by trans people.

NAAAP Pride

Empowering the Asian American LGBTQ+ professional community and its allies by providing education, promoting visibility, and developing both current and future LGBTQ+ leader

Planned Parenthood

Delivering vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of people worldwide.

The Pollination Project

Supporting transformation through the uplifting and seed funding of grassroots changemakers. 

The Rainbow Times

The only minority-owned publication, based in Boston, dedicated to the LGBTQ+ community and its allies.

Sierra Club

Advocating for environmental and social justice to ensure a healthy environment for all.

Softgiving

Using innovative tools and marketing expertise to aid charities, brands, and digital influencers in the act of fundraising.

Trans Justice Funding Project

Community-led funding initiative that supports grassroots trans justice groups run by and for trans people in the United States.

We the Action

Connecting lawyers to causes that fight for our communities to promote social change.