Trans* Resources

Below are links to websites available for Trans* education, support systems, and resources for members of the community. 
Our donations go forward to the organizations listed below.

  • TransLifeLine

    • TransLifeLine is an organization that provides direct financial and emotional support for members of the Trans* community through hotlines, giving funds to help with individuals' steps in transitioning, and work to ensure safety for others away from police involvement.

  • The Transgender Law Center

    • The Transgender Law Center is a nation-wide organization focused on fighting legal battles for the Trans* community  and racial justice through joining court cases and movement-advancing programs. Founded in 2002, TLC focuses on dismantling legal policies and systems while lifting up the The Trans* community and providing services for Trans* individuals, getting involved in disputing discriminatory legal practices, and promoting other programs/orgs with similar goals for the communities impacted.

  • Operations Black Visions

    • Founded in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Operations Black Visions is a Black-led, Queer, Trans* organization focused on the goal to break down systemic violence against LGBTQ+ and POC communities. Black Visions has initiated peaceful protests for social justice and has aided in developing panels and events for the BIPOC community.

  • A Gender + Agenda

    • AGA is a group located in Canberra in Australia that focuses on fighting for legal recognition and reform for the Trans* and Intersex community across the nation. AGA sets up events for members of the community to gather, and provide training programs to help build more gender-inclusive workplaces.

  • Black Trans Advocacy Coalition

    • The Black Trans Advocacy Coalition is an organization that centers around improving the Black Trans* experience by pushing for programs and policy reform for communities to help break down systemic racism and inequities against the community. BTAC kickstarts fundraisers to help Black Trans* families in urgent conditions, so as to provide food, hygienics, and other necessities.

  • GenderSpectrum

    • GenderSpectrum is an organization dedicated to developing a more gender-aware and inclusive space for Trans* youth, including helping educate family in the household, and expand as far as school, medical environments, and social work.

  • The Trevor Project

    • The Trevor Project is a national organization recognized for providing access to support and crisis prevention services for the LGBTQ+ community, such as hotlines and social networking sites for LGBTQ+ youth.

  • TransFamilies

    • Also responsible for the annual conference Gender Odyssey, TransFamilies is an organization focused on helping develop a better understanding between Trans* individuals and their loved ones through forums and youth support programs available.

  • Human Rights Campaign- Transgender and Nonbinary FAQ

    • This particular link will forward to the Human Rights Campaign's page dedicated to questions often faced when opening dialogue about the Trans* experience, whether it's wondering how to come out to someone or common misconceptions about gender identity. The Human Rights Campaign is a well-known organization for its longstanding action to help the LGBTQ+ community in promoting events and keeping up with political shifts affecting the community.

  • Queer Asterisk

    • Based in Colorado, Queer* is a mental health organization centered around finding and providing the right counseling and therapeutic services for members of the Trans* community. Queer* has Trans* counselors whom are post-graduates and licensed, education trainings to educate about the community, and programs for allies, friends, and family.

  • Trans Empowerment Project

    • Located in Tennessee, the Trans Empowerment Project (TEP) has a widespread goal to dismantle white supremacy and its entanglement in other forms of discrimination, as well as its presence in Queer* spaces. TEP tackles systemic prejudice in many shapes, and their website directs to programs to fight police brutality, to uplift and give Trans* folx options for speaking up about their experiences, and advice on navigating homelessness.​

  • Trans Education Network of Texas

    • The Trans Education Network of Texas (TENT) focuses on further development of gender equality in social, corporate, and legislative environments. TENT lists resources from relief funds to hotlines to health organizations beneificial for Trans* individuals. This group offers lectures and workshops dedicated to teaching people about the concepts revolving around gender and the Trans* community, as well as how to be more welcoming for members in a program called TransSafe.

  • Blue Ridge Pride

    • Blue Ridge Pride Center is an LGBTQ+ organization focused on developing more welcoming spaces and opportunities for members of the community. Since 2009, BRP has successfully hosted events and programs such as the Blue Ridge Pride Festival and Miss Blue Ridge Pride Pageant, along with processions and other performance gatherings. This organization works in partnership with other companies and groups to dismantle obstacles, improving the livelihood of LGBTQ+ community members residing in Western North Carolina.​​​

  • Trans Youth Equality Foundation

    • The Trans Youth Equality Foundation is an organization focused around providing services for members of the Trans* community and their loved ones. Centered around establishing programs such as workshops, training for providers, camps for Trans* youth and family, among others, TYEF works to find opportunities for members of the community to receive optimal care and education to build more welcoming environments and assistance.​

  • Black and Pink

    • Founded in 2005, Black and Pink is a nationwide organization focused on the abolishing of the prison industrial complex and the liberation of LGBTQIA2S+ people, as well as those living with HIV/AIDS. This prison abolition group operates housing opportunities for LGBTQIA2S+ people, access to therapy and other necessities, among other programs. Black and Pink works to support and provide assistance to members of the community as part of the path to queer liberation.​​​​