The Crisis Community Care Fund launched as part of Pride Foundation's efforts to support community groups and organizations responding to this crisis, and whose work is being impacted by the factors surrounding the spread.
At this time, we are not accepting applications for the fund, but instead we will proactively make grants to support current and previous Pride Foundation Community Grant, Rapid Response Fund, and Sponsorship recipients who are either:
•Providing direct services in response to the pandemic
•Facing budget crises as a result of COVID-19 and are in need of emergency bridge funding to continue their operations
Pride Foundation is committed to showing up for everyone in our communities, and centering those who are most impacted by COVID-19. We understand that this public health crisis disproportionately affects our communities, including those who are immunocompromised, living with HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ+ older adults, Black and Indigenous communities, and our East Asian communities who are experiencing racist and xenophobic attacks.
Pride Foundation was founded in 1985, in the midst of the HIV & AIDS crisis, by a small but courageous group of people who came together to create a source of light and hope during a period of profound darkness. Our work is grounded in the simple, yet revolutionary belief every person should be able to live safely, openly, and genuinely in all the places we call home. This is the same belief that has guided our visionary leaders for more than three decades.
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