How (else) can you support True Colors United this Pride month?
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  Bracelets and brushes and bears, oh my! These items support True Colors United’s work to end LGBTQ youth homelessness. This Pride month, True Colors United is honored to have partnered with companies and organizations that are equally dedicated to … Read More

Calling All Superheroes: Check Out the Impact Summit Agenda.
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We’re excited to announce our first keynote speaker [drumroll please…] Dr. Jama Shelton! True Colors United’s 2019 Impact Summit, held September 4 – 5 in Washington, DC, is going to be our biggest yet! Not only is the Impact Summit … Read More

Happy International Day of Families!
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Family runs thicker than blood. In 1993, the United Nations declared May 15 the International Day of Families to highlight the importance of family to the fabric of society. Today, we’re emphasizing the many forms that family can take, especially … Read More

Safe Spaces Are Not Enough to Change the World.
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Is your safe space brave enough? Over the past few years, the phrase “safe space” has gained quite a bit of traction. Most broadly, it’s shorthand used to signal that the “space” in question, whether it’s a coffee shop or … Read More

Our Work Wouldn’t Be Possible Without Our True Friends
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Will you be our True Friend? How’s that resolution going? Need any ideas? By becoming a True Friend, each month, you’ll help make a difference in the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth experiencing homelessness! … Read More

How Will You Help LGBTQ Youth This Year?
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What’s Your New Year’s Resolution? Can you believe it’s already the end of January? There’s a good chance you resolved to make a difference this year. Whether you’re working to change your life or the world around you, the first … Read More

Youth Collaboration Flashback: When Young People Talk, We Listen.
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Since the very beginning of the True Colors Fund’s work to address youth homelessness, we knew we had to meaningfully include the ideas of young people with lived experience. Here’s a little recap of our recent youth collaboration work: The … Read More

Training & Education Flashback: Here’s How We Created Safer Spaces This Year.
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Youth homelessness is an extremely complex issue, but we know that when organizations are welcoming, inclusive, and safe for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth, young people are more likely to get the support they need – … Read More

Advocacy Flashback: We Made Incredible Progress This Year – Thanks to You.
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Can you believe 2018 is almost over? So much has happened, and time and time again you stood by our side and helped us push the needle forward on preventing and ending youth homelessness. Here’s a little recap of our … Read More

5 Ways to Shine a Light on National Runaway Prevention Month
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November is National Runaway Prevention Month National Runaway Prevention Month (NRPM) is led by the National Runaway Safeline with support from the Federal Government’s Family and Youth Services Bureau. This year’s theme is “Shine a Light”. NRPM is not only highlighting … Read More

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