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The Transgender Strategy Fund

The primary aim of the Transgender Strategy Fund (TSF) is to support organizations and leaders who seek to elevate TGNC liberation in their work. This includes the realms of public health, harm reduction, policy and advocacy, social service and mutual aid provision, financial assistance, leadership development and mentorship, HIV prevention and care, and beyond. 

See below and download the Request for Proposals (RFP)  for more information 

Open Grant


TSC is offering funding through the Transgender Strategy Fund to support organizations and informal networks led by* and serving transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) people

For assistance with registering for Good Grants, please email TSC at

Click below to register for Good Grants

and begin an application 

Applicants must register in TSC's grants portal, Good Grants, to apply to a TSF Grant. You will use this login to apply for any TSC grant 

TSF grants require applicants to submit a budget and a representation table


Please download this budget template if your organization does not currently have one. Applicants will be prompted to upload their budget in Good Grants

Representation Table

You can view an example of the representation table here! You do not need to fill this out – applicants will be prompted to enter the values directly into Good Grants 

How to Apply to a TSF Grant


Open TSF Grant Initiative

TGNC Families

This Request for Proposals (RFP) is specific to supporting the health and wellbeing of current and future TGNC families through advocating for dignity, recognition, and rights across the nation.


TSC uses the Trans Justice Funding Project definition of TGNC led organizations, which defines TGNC led as - “the majority of the people in charge of your group identify as trans or gender non-conforming."

  Here “in charge” means :

  • If you have a director, your director should identify TGNC

  •  If you have a board, a collective, or an advisory committee, the majority of staff, collective or committee members should identify TGNC. 

  •  If you have a staff, the majority of staff members should identify as TGNC. 

  •  If you are volunteer-run, the majority of your volunteer leaders should identify as TGNC. 

  • If your group has a TGNC-related program that includes trans or gender non-conforming leadership, but the majority of your organization’s leadership (director, staff, board, etc) do not identify as trans or gender non-conforming, your group is not TGNC-led. 

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