Grants Directory

Since 1980, Horizons has awarded grants across broad funding areas and through various funding programs. Use this directory to explore our thousands of grants.


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Grantee Name
Amount
Grant Description
Year
Focus
Youth Treatment and Education Center
$500.00
Unrestricted Operating Support Grant
2006
non-LGBTQ
Youth Treatment and Education Center
$500.00
Unrestricted Operating Support Grant
2007
non-LGBTQ
Youth Treatment and Education Center
$500.00
Unrestricted Operating Support Grant
2008
non-LGBTQ
Youth Treatment and Education Center
$500.00
Unrestricted Operating Support Grant
2009
non-LGBTQ
Youth Treatment and Education Center
$500.00
Unrestricted Operating Support Grant
2010
non-LGBTQ
Youth Treatment and Education Center
$250.00
Unrestricted Operating Support Grant
2011
non-LGBTQ
Youth Treatment and Education Center
$500.00
Unrestricted Operating Support Grant
2012
non-LGBTQ
Youth UpRising
$15,000.00
support for capacity-building of programs for LGBTQ youth ages 13-18 in Alameda County
2012
LGBTQ
Youth UpRising
$8,527.00
Support for creating advocacy and system change through youth organized efforts to effect change and educate leaders and others about LGBT issues
2013
LGBTQ
Yuba College
$6,000.00
Support for eQuality Scholarship award recipient
2016
LGBTQ
Yvette A. Flunder Foundation
$40,000.00
Support TFAM GLOBAL to expand progressive faith and community partnerships on the ground in East Africa to empower grass roots African leaders in the LGBTI community as they engage civil society, business, academic, and religious institutions. The sector leaders in this developing network are deeply resonant with the need to expand an African affirming movement that mobilizes around a Pan African social justice agenda LGBTI rights, SRHR and Faith
2019
LGBTQ
Yvette A. Flunder Foundation
$40,000.00
Support for the WAWA ABA Theological Program - an educational, leadership development, and networking initiative among LBTI women in East Africa that introduces and or expands their knowledge of Womanism, Womanist Theology, and models for leadership as part of changing the theological lens and shifting cultural narrative and Christian landscape in East Africa.
2020
LGBTQ
Yvette A. Flunder Foundation
$5,000.00
Support for the response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
2020
LGBTQ
Yvette A. Flunder Foundation
$40,000.00
Support work to convene East African clergy and LGBTI leaders and activists, and create a model for a sustained, safe space to engage the structures, theology, and ideology of faith as they move toward full inclusion. Three individual national gatherings will be implemented in Kenya, Rwanda, and DRC with attendees comprised of LGBTI activists, grassroots supporters, and discerning faith leaders to build trust, establish deeper relationships, and expand theological perspectives for inclusion and advocacy
2016
LGBTQ
Yvette A. Flunder Foundation
$50,000.00
Support the expansion of progressive faith and community partnerships on the ground in East Africa to empower grass roots African leaders in the LGBTI community as they engage civil society, business, academic, and religious institutions. The sector leaders in this developing network are deeply resonant with the need to expand an African affirming movement that mobilizes around a Pan African social justice agenda while providing a counter narrative to colonialist and imported homophobia
2016
LGBTQ
Yvette A. Flunder Foundation
$20,000.00
Support Pan African Network by maintaining relationships between African American Christians and LGBTQ Christians in Africa through convenings, which provide intensive sharing of lessons learned, best practices, and accomplishments as well as engaging the Congressional Black Caucus
2017
LGBTQ
Yvette A. Flunder Foundation
$82,000.00
Support to expand progressive faith and community partnerships on the ground in East Africa to empower grass roots African leaders in the LGBTI community as they engage civil society, business, academic, and religious institutions. The sector leaders in this developing network are deeply resonant with the need to expand an African affirming movement that mobilizes around a Pan African social justice agenda
2017
LGBTQ
Yvette A. Flunder Foundation
$32,000.00
Support to build-out four LGBTI accepting houses of worship in Rwanda so they comply with new building code and continue to serve the community
2018
LGBTQ
Yvette A. Flunder Foundation
$60,000.00
Support work to convene East African clergy and LGBTI leaders and activists, and create a model for a sustained, safe space to engage the structures, theology, and ideology of faith as they move toward full inclusion. Three individual national gatherings will be implemented in Kenya, Rwanda, and DRC with attendees comprised of LGBTI activists, grassroots supporters, and discerning faith leaders to build trust, establish deeper relationships, and expand theological perspectives for inclusion and advocacy
2018
LGBTQ
Yvette A. Flunder Foundation
$20,000.00
Support to produce a radio show in Rwanda focusing on promotion of religious based programming that is LGBTI accepting
2018
LGBTQ