Your donations go toward providing quality, affirming client centered care, to the under-served TLBGQ community.

The Impact Of Your Contribution

The typical TKO client receives $7,800 in annual program and services support, which includes $4,800 for medication and medical supplies. Our client base spans Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee, South Carolina, Florida, and North Carolina, which is why your contribution is so important. When you donate to our organization, you are providing comprehensive care to our clients that will lead to their sustained wellbeing.

For tax exemption purposes our registered charity number/EIN is 45-2603909


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Donate Today and Invest In Our Community

TKO is purchasing our building! This multi-level brick structure has more than 16,500 sq ft of movement-building greatness. Historically, the Black Trans and LGBQ community has rarely had opportunities to define their space, acquire ownership, and invest in themselves or their futures. We have always had to borrow or create spaces (without ownership) to empower, uplift, and unite.

Located within an opportunity zone at the foot of the historic Edmund Pettus


Bridge, this building will allow us to create a long-term sustainable place where we can train the next generation of TGNC and LGBQ leaders.

But owning this building is just ground zero. It will become the foundation upon which future generations can build, without having to start over, and sustain generational wealth.

Help us achieve our mission by donating today. We cannot invest in our future without you!

$350,000 Goal

Our 3 Year Goal Projection



To provide living accommodations to un-housed and runaway youth in Selma, AL



To have a community garden that clients can work in as well as pick food from if they are in need.



To increase physicians network to locations all across the state of Alabama



To increase locations for living accommodations for un-housed youth to three more cities.



To increase physicians network to locations all across the state of Alabama



To create an educational partnership with local schools for a paid internship programĀ