Support our Members this Give OUT Day

June 27, 2022

Give OUT Day is a month-long fundraising campaign culminating on June 30, the only national day of giving for the LGBTQ community. Last year Give OUT Day raised over $1.9 million for LGBTQ nonprofits in all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico.  Give OUT Day is hosted by Horizons Foundation, the world's first LGBTQ community foundation.

Give OUT Day partner organizations compete for tens of thousands in prizes, primarily Leaderboards, awarded to the organizations with the highest number of unique donors in their category.

Every Give OUT Day partner organization has a donation page on giveoutday.org, and partners recruit fundraisers to create their own fundraising pages for their organizations. Donors visit these pages to make donations. Give OUT Day is June 30, 2022, but donations throughout all of Pride Month count toward the prizes.

This Give OUT Day, please consider matching that gift with a donation to your closest participating state partner, and a BIPOC-focused organization:

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