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  1. Lezfinity Scholarship Program

    $2,500 Raised / $10,000 Goal
    The Lezfinity Scholarships are awarded to a self-identified lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) student who has made contributions and is involved in enhancing the perception of the LGBT community. Awards are made to graduating high school seniors in the Phoenix metropolitan area who will be attending a fully accredited two or four-year college/university. Candidates should demonstrate dedication to their academics and show promise of serving as a positive role model as a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender individual. The Lezfinity Scholarship will provide up to $2,500 of financial support to offset the cost of educational expenses including, but not limited to, tuition, housing, room and board or books. A minimum of one scholarship will be awarded annually.
  2. LGBTQ Teen Suicide Prevention

    $0 Raised / $10,000 Goal
    No one wants to think about suicide, especially within the LGBTQ community. However, it's important to talk about because LGBTQ suicides are three times more frequently than their heterosexual counterparts. No person should ever feel the need to take their life because of their sexuality and it is important to let people know there is help available.
  3. Domestic Violence

    $0 Raised / $5,000 Goal
    Abusive partners in LGBTQ relationships use all the same tactics to gain power and control as abusive partners in heterosexual relationships — physical, sexual or emotional abuse, financial control, isolation and more. But abusive partners in LGBTQ relationships also reinforce their tactics that maintain power and control with societal factors that compound the complexity a survivor faces in leaving or getting safe in an LGBTQ relationship.
  4. Animal Rescue

    $0 Raised / $5,000 Goal
    Lezfinity is dedicated to promoting no-kill animal shelters, organizations, and rescue groups by helping people learn about and locate these organizations. Lezfinity strives to promote the no-kill model so that shelters that do not currently have a no-kill policy might take the initiative needed to gain the public, governmental, and financial support necessary to become a no-kill organization. Shelters that historically euthanized healthily, adoptable animals have been able to make this change - it is possible and we hope that this community can help to provide the ideas, education, and support necessary to make it happen for the rest of the shelters throughout the nation. Please join the community to learn, participate, and support the mission!