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Solidarity Fund Grant Award Announcement

Congratulations to the Q2 2022 Solidarity Fund Grant Awardees!

InterPride is committed to supporting the evolving needs of our LGBTQIA+ community. The Solidarity Fund provides grants to LGBTQIA+ Pride or Pride-like organizations around the world for community-based Pride events, with a focus on Global South and Eastern Europe, where public LGBTQIA+ activities often face opposition or hostility.

InterPride is proud to announce the most Q2 2022 Solidarity Fund Grant Program Awardees!

Congratulations to our award recipients and thank you to our amazing volunteers who invested their own time in deciding the award applications!

Interested in applying for a grant? InterPride’s Solidarity and Humanitarian Aid Fund Grant applications are accepted all year round. Please click here to learn more about the InterPride Global Grant Fund Programs.

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