Who we Are
Ada & Charles came together as a team to form this movement. A grassroot organizing collective for the Trans/LGBTQ for liberation using direct action. Young people, particularly Black trans/queer have been some of the world's most valuable contributors to movements for racial and gender justice across human history. Unfortunately, for far too long our work has gone under-resourced and overlooked.  
We, furthermore, avow to stand with Black Trans Lives, LGTBQ, disabled lives, undocumented immigrant lives, women, and men along the scope of gender. We seek to unite everyone, because we are stronger in numbers. 
Together we can help solve our major issues. Our organizational movement centers around those who have been forgotten within Black liberation movements." Let us all come together to help fight for Equality. 

Why we want to Help (The Statistics)

Several recent studies - from Trans Equality - have shown that transgender individuals face discrimination within their own family units and schools, in employment and housing, within government settings, through hate crimes, and under the justice and legal systems. From a young age, children are often brought up in heteronormative settings within their own homes and in school.

Parents oftentimes respond quite negatively when their children cross gender barriers, prompting transgender youth to run away. As a result, homeless transgender youth are more likely to turn to drug dealing, car theft, and sexual exploitation.

According to the Human Rights Campaign, less than 43% of gender-expansive youth said they could turn to an adult in their family if they were worried or sad.
In education, transgender individuals also describe discrimination from peers. Transgender youth are three times more likely to be excluded by peers because they are “different.”

A survey of National Center of Transgender Equality states, “Those who expressed a transgender identity or gender non-conformity while in grades K-12 reported alarming rates of harassment (78%), physical assault (35%) and sexual violence (12%); harassment was so severe that it led almost one-sixth (15%) to leave a school in K-12 settings or in higher education.”[8]

Transgender individuals also face discrimination in employment and housing and within government settings. Transgender individuals face double the unemployment, and 90% of those employed face discrimination within their own jobs.[8] The 1994 Employment Non-Discrimination Act does not protect transgender individuals from employment discrimination.[6

Now we find ourselves called to rise up and take action like never before. Our Black trans and queer communities have been disproportionately impacted by the issues that are ravaging our society today. Racism, transphobia, COVID-19, rising rates of unemployment and job loss, housing insecurity, police and interpersonal violence and so much more.


What we Do

We are asking for your help to make a major investment, the work that is vital to the health and well-being of our communities. We are raising as much as we can, so that we can stand up and fight back! We aim to expand our mutual aid work by giving, coordinate direct actions that center and uplift" All trans lives", to provide grants to trans and/LGBTQ Communities. We will provide grants towards basic essentials, such as rental assistance, counseling services, educational scholarships, and help toward gender transitioning. Most importantly we look to increase our educational capacity to train the next generation of youth activists and increase our support. 

The funds will be used as follows:
 *Emergency Grants program to Trans/Queers LGBTQ impacted by COVID-19 nationally Rental assistance 
 *College Grants for  Trans/Queers LGBTQ 
 *Grant to go towards Counseling of choice Trans/Queers LGBTQ
 *Grants to help with Gender Transition
 *Grants to support the change of policies (Trans Gender Law) 
 *Gift cards to support our low-income  Trans/Queers LGBTQ (meal gift cards)
 * Cash App Gifts to Help pay utility bills Trans/Queers LGBTQ
 *Grants to help All trans in need of Clothing/Furniture Trans/Queers LGBTQ
 *Grants to help All Trans obtain/establish health care Trans/Queers LGBTQ
 *Grants to help provide vehicles to low-in come (must meet financial qualifications) Trans/Queers LGBTQ
 *First time home buyer grants (gifted) Trans/Queers LGBTQ

In addition: We will  support  organizations as long as the money goes directly to our Trans Community!

How can you Help

To create a world where #AllTransLivesMatter we need to organize around the issues that impact our communities while we are still here! We need to create the conditions for our communities to THRIVE, not just survive. 

We need to HELP Our Trans/LGBTQ community MAKE it through these trying times!

We humbly ask you to donate to and share our campaign widely! Now is our moment to change the world!

For Updates: Please visit our Twitter Handle @AllTransLivesM1 

Website:   (Launching Soon)


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Ada J 
Raised $1,562 from 46 donations
Atlanta, GA
Charles J 
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