Four S.A. LGBTQ Nonprofits Receive Emergency Grants from Texas Pride Impact Funds

(Photo via Texas Pride Impact Funds)

The Houston-based nonprofit, Texas Pride Impact Funds, announced on April 20 that it has awarded $120,000 among 26 LGBTQ organizations throughout the state as part of their COVID-19 Emergency Fund.

Four San Antonio LGBTQ nonprofits were among the recipients: MCC San Antonio ($5000), Pride Center San Antonio ($7500), UT Health’s Pride Community Clinic ($7500) and Thrive Youth Centter ($5500)

“Our primary objective was to support agencies providing a safety net to those most vulnerable to COVID-19; our emergency funds are also going to smaller organizations whose operations and revenues have been severely impacted by this crisis,” TPIF said in a press release.

According to their website, “Texas Impact Funds exists to propel the LGBTQ movement in Texas by supporting nonprofits that help thousands of our citizens across the state every day. Our work strengthens community organizations and their leaders, mobilizes donors and funders, inspires giving, and actively secures our LGBTQ community’s future for generations to come.”

The COVID-19 grant recipients are located in smaller communities and cities like Corpus Christi, Eagle Pass, New Braunfels, Lubbock and Midland as well as in the urban centers of Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, El Paso, Houston and San Antonio.

Following is a list of the other grant recipients.

Abounding Prosperity ($3,000 – Austin)
allgo ($3,000 – Austin)
AIDS Services Austin ($5,000)
Black Trans Advocacy Coalition ($3,000 – Dallas)
Borderland Rainbow Center ($10,000 – El Paso)
Coalition for Aging LGBT ($5,500 – Dallas)
Communities of Color United: Coalition for Racial Justice ($2,500 – Austin)
Coastal Bend Pride Center ($7,500 – Corpus Christi)
Dallas Hope Charities ($3,000)
Dune’s LGBT Homeless Solutions Foundation ($5,000 – Forth Worth)
Eagle Pass SAFE ($3,000)
Fundación Latinoamericana De Acción Social ($1,500 – Houston)
Legacy Counseling Center ($5,500 – Dalla)
Lesbian Health Initiative ($2,500 – Houston)
Montrose Center ($7,500 – Houston)
Montrose Grace Place ($5,500 – Houston)
Out in West Texas ($1,500 – Midland)
Resource Center ($7,500 – Dallas)
River City Advocacy ($5,000 – New Braunfels)
Texas Tech LGBTQIA ($1,500 – Lubbock)
Trans Pride Initiative ($3,000 – Dallas)
Waterloo Counseling Center ($5,500 – Austin)


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