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2019 Grant Award Recipients


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2018 Grant Award Recipients

The JustFundKY Board is pleased to announce the 2018 Cliff Todd Endowment Grant recipients. After careful review and screening, the Board's Grant Committee has approved the following grants:

Transylvania University

$5,000 to sponsor the KY Premier of 217 Boxes of Dr. Henry Anonymous.

Pride Community Services Organization (PCSO)

$2,100 to enhance the Pride Library and $1,400 to support New Song in the Bluegrass.

Bluegrass Black Pride

$2,100 for speakers at seven community workshops.

Imperial Court of Kentucky

$5,000 to Produce Nelly Queen, The Life and Times of Jose Sarria Film Project

U of L Kent School of Social Work

$5,000 to support their LGBTQ Adolescent Health Campaign.

UK Gender/Women’s Study and Office of LGBTQQ Resources

$1,000 to support keynote speaker for 2nd Annual Ky Gender and Women’s Studies Conference.

Lexington History Museum

$1,630 for Exhibit Commemorating 20th Anniversary of Fairness Ordinance

Kentucky Black Pride

$1,500 for keynote speaker to Let’s Talk Seminar: Intersection of Race, Gender and Sexual Orientation.

LGBT Law Section of the Ky Bar Association

$4,000 for statewide survey of attorneys and judges on LGBT attitudes.

Bluegrass Community and Technical College

$3,300 for LGBTQ Outreach, Speaker and Conference material.

UK Prism Research

$1,820 for Transgender Education Material

Faulkner Morgan Archive

$1,000 to create a Digital Home

Unlearn Fear and Hate

$850 for Halo Sculpture

Association of Welcoming and Affirming Baptists

$2,363 for Teaching Transgender Toolkits and Transgender Education Guides

Ky Fried Sisters

$500 for Tokens of Love Supplies

UK Graduate Center for Gerontology

$1,845 to complete LGBTQ Aging Needs Assessment

Woodford Theatre

$2,100 for The Girl Project

Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN)

$3,000 for Teacher Education in Madison County on LGBTQ Issues