National Center for Lesbian Rights

Grants Awarded

  • $200,000 2020

    For litigation and public education about the need for a federal response to anti-LGBT discrimination. $200,000

  • $51,000 2019

    For a successful executive transition. $51,000

  • $200,000 2019

    To pursue litigation defending marriage equality and advancing nondiscrimination protections for LGBT people. $200,000

  • $200,000 2018

    To pursue litigation defending marriage equality and advancing nondiscrimination protections for LGBT people. $200,000

  • $50,000 2018

    To ensure a smooth transition from a longtime executive director. $50,000

  • $5,000 2018

    To honor Kate Kendell's 22 years of leadership at NCLR. $5,000

  • $132,000 2018

    To work with the City of San Francisco to promote the "Open to All" campaign. $132,000

  • $200,000 2017

    To execute a campaign to educate the LGBT community about the importance of the Masterpiece Supreme Court case. $200,000

  • $15,000 2017

  • $50,000 2017

    To support succession planning. $50,000

  • $200,000 2017

    To pursue litigation defending marriage equality and advancing nondiscrimination protections for LGBT people. $200,000

  • $5,000 2016

  • $25,000 2016

  • $200,000 2016

    For national coordination of federal litigation involving anti-LGBT discrimination. $200,000

  • $200,000 2016

    To pursue litigation defending marriage equality and advancing nondiscrimination protections for gay people. $200,000

  • $200,000 2015

    To pursue litigation to secure and defend marriage equality in all 50 states and protect gay couples from discrimination. $200,000

  • $40,000 2014

    To educate the public about anti-gay myths and stereotypes of the movement against marriage equality. $40,000

  • $112,500 2014

    To advance marriage equality and immigrant rights through litigation and advocacy. $112,500

  • $100,000 2013

    To advance marriage equality and immigrant rights through litigation and advocacy. $100,000

  • $50,000 2012

    For individual and senior team coaching to support nimble and distributed leadership. $50,000 over two years (2012-2014)

  • $152,000 2012

    To win marriage equality and other rights for gay families through litigation and advocacy. $152,000

  • $5,000 2012

  • $30,000 2011

    To educate the public about how the nation's immigration policies disproportionately harm gay people. $30,000

  • $181,000 2011

    To secure equal rights for gay couples and their families and to overcome injustices faced by gay and lesbian immigrants. $181,000

  • $60,000 2010

    For a Flexible Leadership Award to support leadership development and succession planning and to strengthen social media engagement. $60,000

  • $167,000 2010

    To promote employment nondiscrimination and to educate the gay community about the importance of Federal Immigration Reform. $167,000