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About Us:
Gender Justice League is a 501(c)(3) non-profit fighting for a world where all people can live our lives safely, true to ourselves, and free from discrimination. Our IRS EIN Number is: 47-3399375. All donations are tax deductible as allowable under Federal Law.

Our Mission:
Our work uplifts transgender, nonbinary, Two Spirit, and gender diverse people through education, advocacy, mutual aid, and grassroots community building. GJL has played a critical role in reshaping what gender justice looks like nationally through our events, campaigns, and leadership development.

Our Values:
Intersectionality, racial justice, economic justice, accessibility, inclusion, and sex positivity. We see these values as the foundation of our collective liberation.  

Six people outside with a sign that says Black trans lives matter

Our Accomplishments in 2022: 

  • Gave over $32,000 in cash assistance to trans & gender diverse survivors, with over 75% going to trans & gender diverse BIPOC, through our SafeHouse program.  
  • Sheltered 107 trans & gender diverse people through SafeHouse, with priority given to trans & gender diverse BIPOC. Notably, over 80% of our SafeHouse clients this year were trans people with disabilities; we are deeply honored to be a beacon of support for local Disabled trans and gender diverse communities. 
  • Supported 10 incarcerated trans & gender diverse people across WA access basic needs supplies and support navigating legal systems, re-entry, and transitioning while incarcerated. 
  • Supported the relocation of 5 trans & gender diverse people fleeing anti-trans laws in their home state, helping them access reproductive and gender-affirming care. 
  • Hosted our first in-person Trans Pride Seattle since 2019 (pre-COVID) in a new location at Volunteer Park. Although it was a huge lift for our team amidst a leadership transition, shifting organizer capacity, and a last-minute location change, celebrating Trans Pride with 10,000+ attendees made it all worthwhile. 
  • Co-organized hybrid Trans Day of Remembrance events in Seattle & Tacoma alongside DAPS and other community partners, providing space to grieve and be together immediately following the tragedy in Colorado Springs. 
  • Collaborated with reproductive justice organizers to support trans people from out-of-state access reproductive and gender-affirming healthcare in a newly post-Roe world. 
  • Advocated for city funding to support survivors in the City of Seattle budget for culturally-specific service providers serving marginalized gender-based violence survivors, ultimately securing over $1 million from City of Seattle and King County in funding across all GBV organizations. 
  • Endorsed the Trans Bill of Rights, a first-of-it’s-kind bill stating protections for trans and nonbinary people, introduced by Rep. Jayapal and others.
  • Supported the Respect For Marriage Act in legislative briefings. 
  • Attended the WA State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (WSCADV) conference, building upon our existing skills and coalitions to continue to support survivors.