Recent Grants

RWF Board member Jeff Hauk in the field.

RWF Board member Jeff Hauk in the field.

RWF has granted over $4.2 million in monetary grants, emergency food aid, life saving medicines and supplies to people in need in the United States and around the world.

RWF makes grants to local and international non-profit agencies who help us fulfill our mission to provide humanitarian aid to both LGBT and non-LGBT people in need.

RWF grants are by invitation only. We do not accept unsolicited grant applications.
Below is a list of recent RWF grants.

2016
$5,000 grant to the OneOrlando Fund to assist the survivors of the Pulse night club shooting in Orlando, Florida.
$1,200 grant in support of an HIV/AIDS Children's Summer Camp in Cuba
$5,125 grant for HIV/AIDS Services in San Francisco, CA
$6,000 grant to Sexual Minorities in Uganda (SMUG) in support Ugandan LGBT refugees find safe shelter and passage

2015
$40,000 grants for LGBTQ refugee resettlement and various humanitarian aid projects.
$10,000 grant to the Blue Diamond Society in support of people affected by the Nepalese earthquake
$1,500 grant in support of an HIV/AIDS Children's Summer Camp in Cuba
$5,920 grant for HIV/AIDS Services in San Francisco, CA
$5,000 grant to Sexual Minorities in Uganda (SMUG) in support Ugandan LGBT refugees find safe shelter and passage

2014
$5,000 grant to CARE to support general disaster relief efforts
$5,000 grant to Water.org to support water projects in Honduras
$6,130 grant to Africare to assist with humanitarian aid and HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment efforts in South Africa including funding to fight Ebola
$2,000 grant to OTRANS to support safe housing for transgender in Guatemala.
$1,500 grant to support a summer camp for children with and affected by HIV in Cuba and provide funding for an ecumenical conference on LGBT rights
$5,000 grant to MAG America to support Cambodian Landmine Removal efforts
$665    grants to miscellaneous humanitarian projects

In addition to providing grants RWF has sent thousands of pounds of life saving medical equipment around the world.

In addition to providing grants RWF has sent thousands of pounds of life saving medical equipment around the world.

2013
$7,072 grant to CARE to support general disaster relief efforts
$5,000 grant to CARE to support Haiti earthquake recovery and relief efforts
$3,250 grant to Caribbean Medical Transport for aid projects in Haiti
$1,000 grant in support of the Cuba AIDS Project
$14,100 donation of Medical Supplies to Cuba
$5,000 grant to MAG America to support Cambodian Landmine Removal efforts
$5,000 grant to Water.org to support water projects in Honduras

2012
$10,000 grant to Africare to assist with humanitarian aid and HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment efforts in South Africa
$5,000 grant to CARE Haiti to help the Haitian people recover from the earthquake
$3,600 grant in support of the Cuba AIDS Project
$139,400 grant and humanitarian supplies to Healthcare International India in support of people affected by the Nepalese earthquake
$2,151 grant and humanitarian supplies to assist the people of Joplin, MO recover from Hurricane Joplin
$10,000 grant to MAG America Cambodia to help eradicate land minds
$5,000 grant to Water Partners International

2011
$10,000 grant to Africare to assist with humanitarian aid and HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment efforts in South Africa
$5,000 grant to CARE Haiti to assist with earthquake recovery efforts
$237,576 grant and in-kind support to various organizations help the people of Guatemala recover from the floods
$80,350 grant and humanitarian supplies to Healthcare International India
$13,805 grant to support the people of Japan recover from the Northern Japan earthquake and tsunami
$10,000 grant to MAG America Cambodia to help eradicate land minds
$10,000 grant to Water.org to assist with water projects in Honduras

Volunteers visit the "Salon de Computacion Arco Iris" Rainbow computer lab that RWF funded at a high school in the Quiché Department in rural Guatemala.

Volunteers visit the "Salon de Computacion Arco Iris" Rainbow computer lab that RWF funded at a high school in the Quiché Department in rural Guatemala.

2010
$10,000 grant to Africare to assist with humanitarian aid and HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment efforts in South Africa
$67,686 grant to CARE for humanitarian aid to Haiti
$5,000 grant to help the people of Guatemala recover from the floods
$2,000 grant to the Heartland Alliance-Iraq to assist LGBT refugees
$10,000 grant to MAG America Cambodia to help eradicate land minds
$4,000 grant to NEST for earthquake recovery in Chile
$100,300 in in-kind medical support to Zimbabwe
$10,000 grant to Water.org to assist with water projects in Honduras

For additional grantee information, please review the RWF Annual Reports located in the the Financials section of this website.