GFP Building Resilience Fund

Gender and Family Project Building Resilience Fund

GFP Building Resilience Fund

With leadership from our Advisory Council and seeded by committed supporters, the Gender & Family Project Building Resilience Fund has launched. Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Gender & Family Project (GFP) has successfully transitioned to delivering telehealth video-based clinical and community support services. All of GFP families are receiving support from our skilled clinicians. We are proud of our rapid move to telehealth and our expansion to serve more families in these challenging times.

At the same time, we are navigating significant funding shortfalls resulting from the cancellation of our Night of a Thousand Genders due to the social distancing restrictions of the pandemic.

The Gender & Family Project provides a life-saving community for transgender and gender expansive youth and their families. We cannot afford to come up short. Please give, today, to the GFP Building Resilience Fund to ensure that transgender and gender expansive youth and their and families have services and community.

With your help we can continue to support families and work toward a kinder, more gender-inclusive world.

Our goal is to raise $250,000 to keep GFP’s essential services thriving.

Help keep the momentum going!

Thank You Donors

Thank you to the following donors for contributing to the GFP Building Resilience Fund:

Benefactor $25,000+

NYU Langone

Mt Sinai Center for Transgender Medicine

Isabel Rose & Jeff Fagen Foundation

Ardsley House Foundation

Ambassador $10,000-$24,999

Kovler Family Foundation

Glaeser Family Foundation

Champion $5,000-$9,999

Jeremy and Sharon Matz

Matthew Moore and Joshua Winger

Educator $2,500-$4,999

John Greenstein & Rebecca Rubel

Barbara Rothberg & Amy Lane

Lynne and Tim Diehl

WarnerMedia

Protector $1,000-$2,499

Maria Mauceri

Glenn Hill and Peter Rider

Phyllis Solomon

Steven Sousa

Kate Mankoff

Ally $100-$999

Lauren Barkan

Richie Keo

Kerry Murtagh

David Press and Tim Scholler

Heather and Joel Topcik