EQUALITY. DIVERSITY. INCLUSION.

Building a united, thriving community in greater Greensboro.

  • Welcome to Guilford Green Foundation

    Guilford Green Foundation

    Building a united, thriving community in Greensboro

Welcome! Guilford Green Foundation seeks to courageously unite our community through meaningful participation and by fostering organizations that advance LGBTQ persons and issues.

EQUALITY. DIVERSITY. INCLUSION.

Building a united, thriving community in greater Greensboro.

Welcome! Guilford Green Foundation seeks to courageously unite our community through meaningful participation and by fostering organizations that advance LGBTQ persons and issues.

WHO WE ARE

We strive for a day when everyone is accepted and valued for who they are.
Although we concentrate our efforts on the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) community, we believe in the intrinsic dignity and rights of every individual. We believe in people’s rights to feel safe, healthy, respected and included, from teens who are kicked out of their homes for questioning their gender to the elderly who struggle to find services that include their partners. And we work towards securing those rights every day.

Guilford Green Foundation
Guilford Green Foundation

WHAT WE DO

The Guilford Green Foundation unites and strengthens the greater Greensboro community by supporting the needs of our LGBTQ neighbors and promoting understanding by all residents.

We do this by providing financial support for nonprofits and hosting programs and initiatives that advance this mission. We also serve as a resource for residents, through the LGBTQ Center, as well as our online guide that seeks to connect LGBTQ residents with services and community groups that will meet their needs.

GUILFORD GREEN FOUNDATION NEWS

Telethon

Join us for musical and drag performances, comedy, raffles, auctions, and special guest stars, including Melissa Etheridge, Carson Kressley, and Roxanne Gay. Also appearances by Lyn Koonce, Kitty Litter and Brenda the Drag Queen, and Jessica Mashburn and Evan Olson.

2020 Guidelines for Using a Preferred Name While Voting

Voting at the polls can be daunting for transgender, non-binary, gender non-conforming or other LGBTQ community members using a preferred name that does not match their legal name. These guidelines outline what to expect at the polls and offer suggestions for dealing with the possible situations that might occur.

Vote!

Get information on registering to vote, requesting an absentee ballot, early voting, and more.

Our Commitment to Advancing Racial Justice

Guilford Green Foundation & LGBTQ Center (GGF) recognizes the history of the white, gay establishment’s role in systemic racism both nationally and locally. We embrace this pivotal moment in history and are committed to creating an equitable society.

GUILFORD GREEN FOUNDATION THANKS OUR SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS: