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JustFundKY is very proud of the great work we have been able to support with our Cliff Todd Endowment Grants. Every year JustFundKY solicits grant proposals to promote the fair and equal treatment of LGBTQ Kentuckians. Grant recipients are selected after a careful review process. Afterwards, organizations that receive grants are evaluated for their effectiveness. JustFundKY is committed to accountability for the projects we support.
Below are the 2011 Award recipients
To conduct a writing competition for LGBTQ writers and writers of LGBTQ-themed works.
Annual conference for college students to train, inspire and encourage them to return to their communities and affect positive change.
To conduct a variety of programming to promote fairness for LGBTQ Kentuckians that includes work with local businesses, other campuses, people of faith and an educational campaign involving trans Kentuckians.
To develop a comprehensive and easily accessible database of LGBT-friendly professionals and organizations in the state to aid in the identification of legislative witnesses, spur issue-oriented litigation and serve informational requests from across the state.
To conduct a youth empowerment project for high school students: workshops to engage youth in leadership training, basic diversity training, and suicide prevention.
To conduct Project Speak Out: to reduce the incidence of LGBTQ youth bullying and suicide in Central Kentucky. The Project will target middle and high schools in the Bluegrass.
To educate ombudsmen, the aging network of social services and providers of long-term care about the issues facing LGBTQ long-term care residents.
To diversify recruitment at the UK College of Law, invite speakers on LGBTQ legal issues and enhance awareness of LGBTQ issues in the legal community.
To produce the theater production "The Temperamentals" about the homosexual witch hunts of the 1950's and the creation of one of the first ever gay rights organizations, The Mattachine society.
To conduct educational campaigns that promote fair treatment of LGBTQ Kentuckians in Madison County and Eastern Kentucky Counties that are considering fairness ordinances