service providers

The most important action the True Colors Fund's Forty to None Project encourages the public to take to support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender homeless youth is to support their local service provider. Whether you are a drop-in center, emergency shelter, transitional living program or one of the many varied other important types of agencies around the country, you are on the front lines providing the vital services these young people need to make it through their struggles and move forward in life.

On the Forty to None Project website, we will provide a page dedicated to each agency around the country that provides a welcoming environment for and a proven track record of working with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth who are at risk of becoming homeless, currently homeless, or working to over homelessness. This directory will be accessible by the public in multiple places on the website so that a young person in need of help can find a safe place near them and the public can find their nearest service provider to support, whether it be financially or with their time and energy.

So, please take a moment and to fill out the following multi-page form so that we can create a page for you. If you have any questions or need any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Jama Shelton, Forty to None Project Director, at (212) 461-04401 or


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