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33 top LGBTQ+ charities to consider for Pride Month

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    33 top LGBTQ+ charities to consider for Pride Month

    While it is difficult to quantify the degree to which any particular social group has been marginalized throughout history, it is safe to say the members of the LGBTQ+ community have experienced terrible treatment throughout the course of American history. Whether it be having to fight for the right to get married until only three years ago or being told they deserve harm because of their sexual orientation by religious extremists, members of the community have been fighting an uphill battle for centuries now.

    While things have been looking up in recent years, everybody still needs to do their part to help people in the LGBTQ+ community feel as fully integrated into society as they should feel. One of the best ways in which allies can lend a hand is by donating to powerful charities making concerted efforts to improve the lives of marginalized people on a daily basis.

    In honor of Pride Month, Stacker compiled a list of 33 exceptional charities whose funds go toward bettering the lives of members of the LGBTQ+ community in one way or another. Each charity is ranked by Charity Navigator on a star system, as well as by overall scores pertaining to their financial performance, and how their accountability and transparency measure up. Read on to discover which charities to consider donating in recognition of Pride Month.

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    #33. New York City Gay & Lesbian Anti-Violence Project

    Focus area: Advocacy

    Overall score and rating: 81.56

    Financial score: 76.37

    Accountability and transparency score: 89

    Mission: The New York City Gay & Lesbian Anti-Violence Project empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and HIV-affected communities and allies to end all forms of violence through organizing and education, and support survivors through counseling and advocacy.

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    #32. National Center for Lesbian Rights

    Focus area: Advocacy 

    Overall score and rating: 81.58

    Financial score: 75.96

    Accountability and transparency score: 90

    Mission: Founded in 1977, the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) is a national legal organization committed to advancing the civil and human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their families through litigation, public policy advocacy, and public education. NCLR is a public interest law firm, which litigates precedent-setting cases at the trial and appellate court levels; advocates for equitable public policies affecting the LGBT community; provides free legal assistance to LGBT people and their legal advocates; and conducts community education on LGBT legal issues. We serve more than 5,000 lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their families in all 50 states each year, including LGBT seniors, immigrants, athletes, and youth. Our impact litigation serves all LGBT people in the United States.

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    #31. Equality California Institute

    Focus area: Advocacy

    Overall score and rating: 86.41

    Financial score: 85

    Accountability and transparency score: 88

    Mission: Equality California brings the voices of LGBTQ people and allies to institutions of power in California and across the United States, striving to create a world that is healthy, just, and fully equal for all LGBTQ people. We advance civil rights and social justice by inspiring, advocating, and mobilizing through an inclusive movement that works tirelessly on behalf of those we serve.

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    #30. Hetrick-Martin Institute

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 82.09

    Financial score: 75.97

    Accountability and transparency score: 92

    Mission: The Hetrick-Martin Institute believes all young people, regardless of sexual orientation or identity, deserve a safe and supportive environment in which to achieve their full potential. Hetrick-Martin creates this environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth between the ages of 12 and 24, and their families. Through a comprehensive package of direct services and referrals, Hetrick-Martin seeks to foster healthy youth development. Hetrick-Martin's staff promotes excellence in the delivery of youth services and uses its expertise to create innovative programs that other organizations may use as models.

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    #29. Gay Men's Health Crisis

    Focus area: Health

    Overall score and rating: 82.49

    Financial score: 76.57

    Accountability and transparency score: 92

    Mission: Gay Men's Health Crisis (GMHC) is a volunteer-supported and community-based organization committed to national leadership in the fight to end AIDS. We provide prevention and care services to more than 12,000 men, women, and families that are living with, or affected by, HIV/AIDS in New York City, and advocate for scientific, evidence-based public health solutions for hundreds of thousands worldwide. In 2017, GMHC was recognized as a Gold Prize winner of the Nonprofit Excellence Award, created by the Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York to teach, recognize, and encourage outstanding management practices among New York's large and diverse nonprofit community.

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    #28. GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD)

    Focus area: Legal services

    Overall score and rating: 83.58

    Financial score: 77.14

    Accountability and transparency score: 96

    Mission: Through strategic litigation, public policy advocacy, and education, Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders works in New England and nationally to create a just society free of discrimination based on gender identity and expression, HIV status, and sexual orientation.

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    #27. Affirmations

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 84.31

    Financial score: 83.65

    Accountability and transparency score: 85

    Mission: Affirmations Lesbian and Gay Community Center was founded on the philosophy that gay is good and that you are not alone. This philosophy has expanded to include bisexual and transgender individuals in addition to lesbians and gay men. Affirmations strives to create an atmosphere of safety and acceptance for all people. Our focus is on helping lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals find and develop community where we value and respect ourselves and others. Affirmations philosophy promotes the principle of empowerment and educates volunteers to utilize strength-based and holistic approaches. Through training in the basic operations of the center, listening, communication, empathy, problem solving, facilitation, and other appropriate skills, interested and dedicated individuals can successfully volunteer at Affirmations.

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    #26. Genders & Sexualities Alliance Network

    Focus area: Advocacy

    Overall score and rating: 84.93

    Financial score: 81.76

    Accountability and transparency score: 89

    Mission: Genders & Sexualities Alliance Network (GSA Network) is a next-generation LGBTQ racial and gender justice organization that empowers and trains queer, trans, and allied youth leaders to advocate, organize, and mobilize an intersectional movement for safer schools and healthier communities. Our overall strategy for fighting for educational justice is to work with grassroots, youth-led groups, empowering them to educate their schools and communities, advocate for just policies that protect LGBTQ youth from harassment and violence, and organize in coalition with other youth groups across identity lines to address broader issues of oppression. All of our work with students focuses on leadership development and activism that prioritizes building alliances not only across sexual orientation and gender identity lines, but also across race, ethnicity, and class lines, and our resources and trainings are designed to facilitate coalition building.

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    #25. Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of Colorado

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 85.39

    Financial score: 79.34

    Accountability and transparency score: 100

    Mission: The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of Colorado (the Center) opened in 1976 and over the years has grown to become the largest community center in the Rocky Mountain region, giving voice to Colorado's LGBT community and playing a pivotal role in statewide initiatives to reduce harassment and discrimination. Today, we are focused on fulfilling our mission—to engage, empower, enrich, and advance the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community of Colorado—by ensuring that every member of the LGBT community has access to the programs and resources they need to live happy, healthy, and productive lives.

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    #24. GLSEN

    Focus area: Advocacy

    Overall score and rating: 85.76

    Financial score: 80.10

    Accountability and transparency score: 97

    Mission: Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network, or GLSEN (pronounced "glisten"), is the leading national education organization focused on ensuring safe and affirming schools for all students. Founded in 1990, GLSEN envisions a world in which every child learns to respect and accept all people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity or expression. GLSEN seeks to develop school climates where difference is valued for the positive contribution it makes to creating a more vibrant and diverse community. GLSEN offers research, educational resources, public policy advocacy, student organizing programs and educator training initiatives.

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    #23. Openhouse

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 85.97

    Financial score: 87.02

    Accountability and transparency score: 85

    Mission: Openhouse enables San Francisco Bay Area LGBT seniors to overcome the unique challenges they face as they age by providing housing, direct services, and community programs. As a result, we have reduced isolation and empowered LGBT seniors to improve their overall health, well-being, and economic security. Openhouse recognizes and affirms that LGBT older adults live at intersections of race, ethnicity, class, culture, HIV status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, spirituality, and ability. Openhouse is committed to creating a safe environment to encourage and support participants to share our diverse perspectives and identities to foster dynamic community engagement.

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    #22. PFLAG

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 86.31

    Financial score: 80.88

    Accountability and transparency score: 97

    Mission: Founded in 1972, Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender persons, their families and friends through: support, to cope with an adverse society; education, to enlighten an ill-informed public; and advocacy, to end discrimination and to secure equal civil rights. PFLAG provides opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender identity, and acts to create a society that is healthy and respectful of human diversity.

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    #21. Whitman-Walker Health

    Focus area: Health

    Overall score and rating: 86.78

    Financial score: 81.74

    Accountability and transparency score: 96

    Mission: In November 1973, the Gay Men's VD Clinic, part of the Washington Free Clinic, began operating in the basement of the Georgetown Lutheran Church. This was the birth of what was to become Whitman-Walker Clinic, now named Whitman-Walker Health. For more than three decades, the organization has been renowned—locally, nationally, and internationally—for the high-quality, culturally sensitive care it provides. This work remains critical in an area with the highest HIV infection rate in the country. Our mission is to be the highest quality, culturally competent community health center serving greater Washington's diverse urban community, including individuals who face barriers to accessing care, and with a special expertise in LGBT and HIV care.

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    #20. Basic Rights Oregon

    Focus area: Advocacy

    Overall score and rating: 86.84

    Financial score: 85

    Accountability and transparency score: 89

    Mission: Basic Rights Oregon works fearlessly and tirelessly to build a strong, vibrant, powerful, and progressive movement for LGBTQ equality. We understand that LGBTQ Oregonians exist in every community, and that we have to engage in strategic and values-based coalitions to address the many needs of our communities. As such, building alliances with progressive groups that advocate for working families, racial justice, immigrant rights, reproductive justice, and campaign reform will be essential to win policies that meet the varied needs of our diverse community.

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    #19. Human Rights Campaign Foundation

    Focus area: Advocacy

    Overall score and rating: 86.92

    Financial score: 82.88

    Accountability and transparency score: 93

    Mission: The Human Rights Campaign represents a force of more than 3 million members and supporters nationwide. As the largest national lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer civil rights organization, HRC envisions a world where LGBTQ people are ensured of their basic equal rights, and can be open, honest, and safe at home, at work, and in the community.

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    #18. The San Diego LGBT Community Center

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 87.61

    Financial score: 82.74

    Accountability and transparency score: 97

    Mission: The mission of The San Diego LGBT Community Center is to enhance and sustain the health and well-being of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and HIV communities by providing activities, programs, and services that create community; empower community members; provide essential resources; advocate for civil and human rights; and embrace, promote, and support our cultural diversity.

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    #17. The Attic Youth Center

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 87.79

    Financial score: 83.21

    Accountability and transparency score: 96

    Mission: The Attic Youth Center creates opportunities for LGBTQ youth to develop into healthy, independent, civic-minded adults within a safe and supportive community, and promotes the acceptance of LGBTQ youth in society. From what was once a weekly support group, The Attic has grown into a nationally recognized, multi-service youth organization, and is now one of the largest community centers in the U.S. committed exclusively to serving LGBTQ youth and allies.

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    #16. Frameline

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 87.81

    Financial score: 83.24

    Accountability and transparency score: 96

    Mission: Founded in 1977, Frameline's mission is to change the world through the power of queer cinema. As a media arts nonprofit, Frameline's programs connect filmmakers and audiences in the San Francisco Bay Area and around the world. Frameline presents the San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival, the longest running, largest, and most widely recognized LGBTQ film exhibition event in the world. Established in 1981, Frameline Distribution serves an international audience of hundreds of thousands and is the leading educational distributor solely dedicated to LGBTQ film and video. Since 1990, more than 134 films have been completed with assistance from the Frameline Completion Fund. Frameline Voices exhibits 100+ films serving underrepresented constituents within the LGBTQ community and available for free via online streaming. Finally, Frameline's Youth in Motion program provides professionally developed educational curricula and media to over 1,000 schools and gay-straight alliance clubs nationwide.

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    #15. Keshet

    Focus area: Advocacy

    Overall score and rating: 87.84

    Financial score: 83.07

    Accountability and transparency score: 97

    Mission: Keshet is a national grassroots organization that works for the full equality and inclusion of LGBT Jews in Jewish life. Led and supported by LGBT Jews and straight allies, Keshet strives to cultivate the spirit and practice of inclusion in all parts of the Jewish community. We began as a small, grassroots group working for change in the Greater Boston area, and we are now a national organization with offices in the Bay Area and Denver, in addition to our national office in Boston.

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    #14. Transgender Law Center

    Focus area: Legal services

    Overall score and rating: 86.98

    Financial score: 85.24

    Accountability and transparency score: 89

    Mission: Transgender Law Center changes law, policy, and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression. We envision a future where gender self-determination and authentic expression are seen as basic rights and matters of common human dignity. Too often, people who live outside of the socially-enforced binary boxes of gender pay a physical, emotional, and economic toll. Whether it's a lack of access to quality and compassionate health care, or an out-of-date legal system that allows blatant discrimination, equality is too often out of reach for trans people. Transgender Law Center is devoted to fulfilling the promise of equality for all people, regardless of their gender expression.

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    #13. Lambda Legal

    Focus area: Legal services

    Overall score and rating: 89.56

    Financial score: 85.80

    Accountability and transparency score: 96

    Mission: Founded in 1973, Lambda Legal is a national organization committed to achieving full recognition of the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people, and those with HIV through impact litigation, education, and public policy work. At Lambda Legal, we imagine a different world—a world of full equality for lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people, and people with HIV—and we work to create that world every day. We pursue impact litigation, education, and advocacy to make the case for equality in state and federal court, the Supreme Court, and in the court of public opinion. The work we do has impact on the way we live—we change laws, policies, and ideas.

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    #12. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 90.24

    Financial score: 86.20

    Accountability and transparency score: 100

    Mission: The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center provides a home for the birth, nurture, and celebration of our organizations, institutions, and culture; cares for our individuals and groups in need; educates the public and our community; and empowers our individuals and groups to achieve their fullest potential. Established in 1983, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center has grown to become the largest LGBT multi-service organization on the East Coast and second largest LGBT community center in the world. Every week, 6,000 people visit the Center, and more than 300 groups meet here. We provide groundbreaking social service, public policy, educational, cultural, and recreational programs.

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    #11. The Trevor Project

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 90.34

    Financial score: 86.35

    Accountability and transparency score: 100

    Mission: The Trevor Project is the leading and only accredited national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people under the age of 25. The Trevor Project offers a suite of crisis intervention and suicide prevention programs, including TrevorLifeline (24/7/365; 866-488-7386), TrevorText, and TrevorChat, as well as a peer-to-peer social network support for LGBTQ young people under the age of 25, TrevorSpace. Trevor also offers an education program with resources for youth-serving adults and organizations, a legislative advocacy department fighting for pro-LGBTQ legislation and against anti-LGBTQ rhetoric/policy positions, and conducts research to discover the most effective means to help young LGBTQ people in crisis and end suicide. 

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    #10. Point Foundation

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 90.41

    Financial score: 86.45

    Accountability and transparency score: 100

    Mission: Point Foundation empowers promising LGBTQ students to achieve their full academic and leadership potential—despite the obstacles often put before them—to make a significant impact on society. Point Foundation is the nation's largest LGBTQ students of merit; having provided more than 350 scholarships since 2002. Point promotes change through scholarship funding, mentorship, leadership development, and community service training. Upon completing their tenure as scholars, Point Alumni continue to have access to the Point community, resources, and leadership programming. Point is continually exploring ways to uplift and support our diverse and growing network of LGBTQ leaders. In 2017 Point is expanding its Community College Scholarship Program—initial funding thanks to Wells Fargo—which assists LGBTQ students in their final year at a community college who are planning to transfer to a four-year college or university.

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    #9. New Conservatory Theatre Center

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 90.66

    Financial score: 88.80

    Accountability and transparency score: 93

    Mission: New Conservatory Theatre Center (NCTC) has been in operation since 1981. The mission of NCTC is to champion innovative, high-quality productions and educational theatre experiences for youth, artists, and queer and allied communities to impact personal and societal growth, enlightenment, and change. Our vision is that theatre is a community event and a way to build community. There are six primary programs at NCTC: Mainstage, Youth Conservatory, Youthaware, Emerging Artists, Family Matinees, and New Play Development Lab.

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    #8. OutRight Action International

    Focus area: Advocacy

    Overall score and rating: 90.71

    Financial score: 87.22

    Accountability and transparency score: 97

    Mission: OutRight Action International (formerly known as IGLHRC), founded in 1990, is a leading international human rights organization dedicated to improving the lives of people who experience discrimination or abuse on the basis of their sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression. We are dedicated to strengthening the capacity of the LGBT human rights movement worldwide to effectively conduct documentation of LGBT human rights violations and by engaging in human rights advocacy with partners around the globe. We work with the United Nations, regional human rights monitoring bodies, and civil society partners. IGLHRC holds consultative status at the United Nations as a recognized Non-Governmental Organization representing the concerns and human rights of lesbian, gay bisexual, and transgender people worldwide.

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    #7. Resource Center

    Focus area: Health

    Overall score and rating: 91.85

    Financial score: 88.48

    Accountability and transparency score: 100

    Mission: Resource Center is a trusted leader that empowers the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ) communities, and all people affected by HIV/AIDS through improving health and wellness, strengthening families and communities, and providing transformative education and advocacy.

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    #6. Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice

    Focus area: Advocacy

    Overall score and rating: 91.45

    Financial score: 95

    Accountability and transparency score: 89

    Mission: Founded in 1977, Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice is a dynamic global foundation providing critically needed financial support to lesbian-led, LGBTI, and progressive organizations. Separated by continents, language and culture, Astraea grantees are seizing opportunities, and laying the groundwork necessary for women, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex people to claim their human rights. Today, Astraea is the only foundation in the world solely dedicated to supporting LGBTI organizations in both the U.S. and internationally. We raise funds and issue grants based on the belief that all women can participate in the philanthropic process—from giving to grantmaking.

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    #5. Equality Florida Institute

    Focus area: Advocacy

    Overall score and rating: 92.38

    Financial score: 90

    Accountability and transparency score: 96

    Mission: Equality Florida Institute is a part of Equality Florida, the largest civil rights organization dedicated to securing full equality for Florida's LGBT community. Through education, grassroots organizing, coalition building, and lobbying, we are changing Florida so that no one suffers harassment or discrimination on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

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    #4. Howard Brown Health Center

    Focus area: Health

    Overall score and rating: 92.38

    Financial score: 90

    Accountability and transparency score: 96

    Mission: Howard Brown Health was founded in 1974 and is now one of the nation’s largest LGBTQ organizations. With an annual budget of over $59 million, the agency serves more than 27,000 adults and youth each year in its diverse health and social service delivery system focused around seven major programmatic divisions: primary medical care, behavioral health, research, HIV/STI prevention, youth services, elder services, and community initiatives. Howard Brown serves men, women, trans and gender non-conforming folks, infants, youth, and children through a multi-site operation based in Chicago.

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    #3. Los Angeles LGBT Center

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 94.28

    Financial score: 92.50

    Accountability and transparency score: 97

    Mission: The Los Angeles LGBT Center is building a world where LGBT people thrive as healthy, equal, and complete members of society. Since 1969 we have cared for, championed and celebrated LGBT individuals and families in Los Angeles and beyond. Today the Center's more than 600 employees provide services for more LGBT people than any other organization in the world, offering programs, services, and global advocacy that span four broad categories: Health; Social Services and Housing; Culture and Education; and Leadership and Advocacy.

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    #2. SAGE

    Focus area: Advocacy

    Overall score and rating: 94.01

    Financial score: 92

    Accountability and transparency score: 97

    Mission: Advocacy & Services for LGBT Elders (SAGE) is the world's oldest and largest nonprofit agency dedicated to serving and advocating for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender seniors. Since its inception, SAGE has pioneered programs and services for seniors in the LGBT community, provided technical assistance and training to expand opportunities for LGBT older people across the country, and provided a national voice on LGBT aging issues.

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    #1. Pride Foundation

    Focus area: Social support

    Overall score and rating: 97.29

    Financial score: 96.18

    Accountability and transparency score: 100

    Mission: Pride Foundation was founded in late 1985 by four committed individuals, who believed that the LGBT community needed its own philanthropic organization. The foundation inspires giving to expand opportunities and advance full equality for LGBTQ people across the Northwest. It envisions a world in which all LGBTQ youth, adults, and families enjoy the freedom to live safely, openly, and genuinely.

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