Pacific School of Religion - Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies in Religion and Ministry

Grants Awarded

  • $125,000 2019

    For the Umoja project to engage Black clergy in Michigan in educating teh publid and policymakers about the harms caused by anti-LGBT discrimination. $125,000

  • $125,000 2018

    For the Umoja project to engage Black clergy in Michigan in public education about the harms caused by by anti-LGBT discrimination. $125,000

  • $250,000 2016

    For the Umoja project to engage African American clergy in educating the public about the need to protect LGBT people from discrimination. $250,000 over two years (2016-2018)

  • $125,000 2015

    For the Umoja project to engage African American clergy in preventing "religious liberty" claims from eroding gains in marriage equality and nondiscrimination protections. $125,000

  • $120,000 2013

    For the Umoja project to build support for gay equality among African American faith leaders in key states. $120,000

  • $125,000 2013

    To empower African American, Asian Pacific Islander and Latino faith leaders to be advocates for gay equality. $125,000

  • $37,000 2012

    To develop a stronger senior team and strategic communications capacity for advancing gay-affirming messages in faith communities. $37,000

  • $200,000 2012

    To promote marriage equality in communities of faith, in California through the Breakthrough Conversation Project and nationwide. $200,000

  • $100,000 2012

    For Umoja to build support for gay equality among African American faith leaders in key states. $100,000

  • $200,000 2010

    To promote marriage equality in California and nationwide, through training and clergy advocacy. $200,000

  • $36,000 2010

    For strategic planning and to strengthen staff leadership. $36,000

  • $180,000 2010

    For the Statewide African American Marriage Project, to educate African American faith communities in California about the importance of extending the freedom to marry to gay and lesbian couples. $180,000 over two years (2010-2012)