Trans Advocacy Resources

By: Anime Feminist November 21, 20220 Comments
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The latest mass shooting enacted maliciously on the Trans Day of Remembrance is the latest in the continual ongoing push by hate groups to dehumanize, cut off care to, and encourage violence toward the trans community. It is as frightening as it is exhausting, with no simple end to the fight for survival in sight. Below, we’ve listed nine organizations that are dedicated to advocacy, legal services, financial aid, and information to trans people in need. We also encourage you to look up small grassroots organizations in your area, as they are often most in need of ongoing support.

Transgender Law Center

Advocacy group focused on legal services and FAQs for trans people on subjects ranging from name changes to immigration.

Black Trans Advocacy Coalition

Offers help with housing, employment, and health care for Black trans applicants.

Point of Pride

Particularly focused on helping trans applicants gain access to surgery, hormones, and presentation aids like binders.

Black Trans Travel Fund

Specifically addresses transportation needs for Black trans women in order to make sure they can travel safely. When necessary, this includes burial transport funds.

Trans Women of Color Collective

Aid organization that also emphasizes community aid and uplifting Black trans women in leadership roles.

Trans Pride Initiative

Texas-located organization that provides resources up to and including relocation help for trans youth and their families.

Lavender Rights Project

Washington State organization offering legal services to the Black trans community.


Has grants that help Black trans applicant pay toward rent or gender-affirming surgery.

Emergency Release

New York City-based nonprofit providing bail bond assistance for incarcerated trans individuals and their loved ones.

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