What We Work For
We believe LGBTQ youth—and all people—deserve easy access to resources and supports that will allow them to thrive.
LGBTQ children, youth, and families too often experience trauma due bias, and discrimination, including within their family, in their communities, and from public systems designed to serve their needs.
How We Do It
We work in partnership with public systems to help them develop new and better practices and policies that transform how they interact with and support LGBTQ children, youth, and families.
We honor the full identities of children, youth, and families—and the fluid nature of the lived experience—in all the work that we do. We constantly center the race, socioeconomic status, ability, and language of the LGBTQ children, youth, and families with whom we are working.
By respecting their full, diverse, and unique experiences, we can ensure that our focus is on serving this community authentically.
Our work will be successful when all children can live their personal truth and celebrate their sexual and personal identity without fear of repercussions, harassment, or denigration either from society or their families and communities.