Gill Foundation

Reversing the Damage of “Don’t Say Gay or Trans”

June 11, 2024

The courts have long been an important front in the fight for equality. Sometimes litigation is a means of expanding rights across the country, like we saw with Lawrence v. Texas, Obergefell v. Hodges, and Bostock v. Clayton County. Other times it is a means of defending against attacks and mitigating harms. Given the steady…

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A Mission to Preserve a Generation’s History

October 9, 2023

When Tim Gill started the Gill Foundation in 1994, he set out to change Colorado’s trajectory. Amendment 2 had passed two years earlier, writing anti-LGBTQ discrimination into Colorado’s constitution and securing its reputation as the “Hate State.” Tim’s goal was to turn this tide, beat back Amendment 2, and secure nondiscrimination protections for LGBTQ people,…

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Power in Numbers

April 13, 2022

Preparations are in motion to field the largest survey of transgender people in the United States The Gill Foundation’s investment strategy has always been focused on finding and filling gaps. One such gap is the decades of public population research that has failed to include the LGBTQ community. The ramifications of this data deficiency can…

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Closeness, Compassion, Tenderness

February 15, 2022

Celebrating Sister Jeannine Gramick’s 50 Years of LGBTQ Ministry For 50 years, Sister Jeannine Gramick has been building bridges between LGBTQ people and the Roman Catholic Church. In recognition of her work, Pope Francis recently sent the co-founder of New Ways Ministry, a Gill Foundation grantee, a handwritten letter, thanking her for her work on…

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