Ingersoll Gender Center
COVID-19 Response Programs

Trans and Gender Diverse
Community Financial Assistance Programs

King County WA Residents - Veterans

Who Qualifies: Trans and Gender Diverse Community Members (Veterans and their families) who reside in King County
  • Assistance for basic needs to support survival
  • For more information call
    (206) 769-7383

South King County WA
- Community Fund -
In Partnership with UTOPIA Seattle

Who Qualifies: Black, Indigenous, and Pacific Islander Trans and Gender Diverse community members who live in South King County and identify with any of the following: undocumented, sex worker, or as a person with a disability.
  • Up to $300 for basic needs to support survival
  • For more information call
    (206) 769-0590

King County WA Residents - Survivors

Who Qualifies: Trans and Gender Diverse Community Members who are Survivors of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence in King County
  • Up to $300 for basic needs to support survival
  • For more information call
    (206) 769-7383

WA State Residents Outside of King County

Who Qualifies: Trans and Gender Diverse Community Members who live outside of King County, in Washington State
  • Program unavailable as of 5/28/2020 - check back for updates
  • For more information call
    (206) 769-0590

King County WA Residents – General Support

Who Qualifies: Trans and Gender Diverse Community Members who live in King County, outside of Seattle who have experienced gender based violence (including transphobia)
  • Up to $300 for basic needs to support survival
  • For more information call
    (206) 650-5783

Seattle WA Residents

Who Qualifies: Trans and Gender Diverse Community Members living or working in the City of Seattle who make under 200% of the Federal Poverty Limit
  • Up to $500 for rent
  • For more information call
    (206) 769-0590

We're here for you, and we want to hear from you!

Help inform our next programs by filling out our COVID-19 Community Needs Assessment Survey.

COVID-19 Community Calls

We know that this situation is stressful. Guidance seems to change day by day and the news is overwhelming right now. Starting this weekend we will be hosting a weekly video call (that you can call in to if you don’t have video call access) to share resources, talk about the impact of physical distancing and generally connect with other transgender and gender diverse people.

Sundays 5-7pm PST - RSVP for Link!

Trans Peer Support Group

Our trans led peer support group has been meeting every week no matter the weather or holidays for over 40 years. Our peer support groups provide a great place for trans folks, gender nonconforming and questioning folks, friends, family and community allies to come together for information and mutual support.

To join this week's support group, register here.

Upcoming
Virtual Events

We know that not everyone has a safe home to stay in and that many of us are feeling the weight of being so physically distant from our community. We are working with partner organizations and local artists to host on-going events. To make sure you don’t miss any of these online events make sure that you follow us on social media and sign up for our email list.