It Takes Money

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What We Do

Gill Foundation funds programs and projects on issues that we believe to be the points of greatest leverage in the movement to secure full equality for all LGBT Americans. And our impact is amplified when other donors – individuals, businesses, and other nonprofits – join us.

View current priorities and opportunities for philanthropic investment.

Why We Do It

Equality And Opportunity Should Not Be Determined By Where You Live.

Despite the momentum the movement for LGBT equality has gained, it has not reached all LGBT Americans in all 50 states. Those states that lag behind are ripe for progress, but it takes real money and dedicated resources.

We Are Most Effective When

We work side-by-side with others.

Gill Foundation grants provide only a portion of what is required. Collaborative giving alongside other philanthropists and institutional funders accelerates the pace of progress in places where it is most needed.

Join Other Donors Like You!

Since 1996, Gill Foundation has coordinated a passionate and committed donor network known as OutGiving, which has made significant impact on the march toward equality. The hallmark of the OutGiving network is the biennial, invitation-only OutGiving conference. It brings together major donors and funders – both LGBT and allies – in a private setting to connect, learn, and exchange ideas on ways to advance equality through strategic and intentional philanthropy. At Outgiving, philanthropists are part of conversations like this…

Learn more about Outgiving

Let's Accelerate Progress Together

Want to learn more about how your charitable giving can advance equality and fairness? Gill Foundation staff can tell you more about current philanthropic investment opportunities, our approach to grantmaking, and what we believe are the keys to unlocking equality for all.

Contact Our Donor Resources Team

Of Course, All Money Matters.

Every gift matters, regardless of amount.

Even if you’re not a philanthropist, major donor, or institutional funder, your contribution can still help to ensure equality is not determined by ZIP Code. Consider supporting an LGBT advocacy organization doing great work in your state.