Ways to Give Back

Consider making a one time gift or monthly gift to The Bros in Convo Initiative (TBICI). We would also invite you to consider becoming a volunteer.  Also consider supporting the efforts and initiatives below centering, prioritizing, and supporting the emotion, mind, and physical wellness of Central Florida’s BIPOC and LGBTQ+ community.

All Black Lives Fund (ABLF)

Spurred by Black Lives Matter the killing of trans man Tony McDade by Tallahassee police at the end of May 2020, and the continuing violence against trans women throughout Florida, the All Black Lives Fund laucnhed by Contigo Fund and Black LGBTQ+ leaders in Central Florida aims to support grassroots organizing to build visibility and power, promote safety, and amplify demands of those most impacted by both anti-Black racism and gender discrimination.

Click here to learn more about the All Black Lives Fund. Click here to support the All Black Lives Fund.

Central Florida LGBTQ+ Relief Fund

The Central Florida LGBTQ+ Relief Fund is meant to assist Orlando area LGBTQ+ community members who are most in need as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.

This grassroots effort is led by LGBTQ+ community members, nonprofit leaders, and allies.  We welcome anyone concerned about their LGBTQ+ neighbors that are disproportionately impacted by and likely to be invisibilized and left behind in the response to the pandemic.  We all have a role we can play in supporting one another in these uncertain times.

The Central Florida LGBTQ+ Relief Fund supports those most marginalized in this crisis, addressing immediate needs that are becoming more critical as each day passes.  LGBTQ+ individuals who are close to or have lost work — in particular transgender, non-binary, gender fluid, and gender non-conforming individuals, undocumented immigrants, and people of color who are self-employed or working in the service economy and were already living paycheck-to-paycheck and housing unstable — are facing great hardship and need quick access to direct assistance.

Click here to learn more about The Central Florida LGBTQ+ Relief Fund.