Nationz Foundation 501(c)3 was organized to fufill our mission to “provide education and information related to HIV prevention and overall health and wellness, while inspiring the community to take responsibility for their health while working towards a more inclusive Central Virginia for LGBTQIA+ identified individuals.”
SLAY Media House is a multi-platform media company specializing in telling the narratives of Queer and Trans People of Color (QTPOC). We offer a wide array of media products and compelling content across media channels with core offerings that appeal to a global audience.
Currently this partnership is available, Contact us if you would like to be the Hosting Partner at Sponsorship@TransMarchOnDC.org
Public Relations Partner
Cordelia Donovan Inc. is a public relations firm based in New York specializing in the fields of finance, entertainment, beauty, publishing, and politics.
Virtual March Partner
TransTech is a co-working, co-learning community dedicated to empowering trans, lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer people and allies with practical, career-ready skills so they can push themselves up to the next level in their lives. TransTech members learn to create careers that are both independent of their multiple identities, but also uniquely infused by them.
Host Volunteer Agency
The Capital Pride Alliance, through its stewardship of diverse programming and events, specifically year-round LGBTQ+ Pride festivities centered in Washington, DC and the National Capital Region, serves to celebrate, educate, support, and inspire our multi-faceted communities in order to grow and preserve our history and protect our rights for current and future generations.
LRG engages people and communities to advance organizations whose work improves the lives of individuals and strengthens the communities they call home. We bring people together around new ideas and shared goals and craft inventive, thought-provoking messages delivered through words, images and sound. We create organizations and enhance existing ones to spearhead and support causes and initiatives that make a difference. When nonprofit organizations, private sector companies and government agencies want to change the way they engage and have a lasting impact, they turn to LRG.
AIDS United’s policy and advocacy roots were born out of coalition in 1984, when AIDS service organizations (ASOs) across the country came together to form AIDS Action Council (AAC). AIDS Action Foundation (AAF) was formed as the education arm a few years later. AAC and AAF together formed AIDS Action. Decades later, AIDS Action merged with the National AIDS Fund to form AIDS United. Today, the coalition of organizations involved in AIDS United’s policy work continues to grow. We advocate for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS and the organizations that serve them. We house the most seasoned and respected domestic AIDS policy team in Washington, DC, and our public policy work is informed by our Public Policy Committee that includes a broad array of organizations from all regions of the country engaged in helping to end AIDS in America.