Between 2015 and 2016, the LGBTQ Poverty Collaborative hosted convenings of advocates and service providers in Washington D.C,
- Food deserts
- Zero access to services (most intakes are in-person)
- Zero to few language services on metro
- Nutrition access
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Coming soon! A regional list serv for advocates in the Norththeast is being built. This region-specific list serv will be used to share information about local challenges, organizing strategies and policy victories. The list serv will also be a place to connect national policy advocates to local issues of poverty, in an effort to ensure more comprehensive change at the federal level.
Directory of Anti-poverty Advocates
Coming soon! We are creating a directory of LGBTQ-led and LGBTQ-focused organizations who are engaged in service provision and/or policy advocacy. If you would like your organization to be listed, please contact us here.
The following are the states that comprise the northeastern region and the corresponding estimate of the state’s LGBT population: Maine (4.8%), Massachusetts (4.4%), Rhode Island (4.5%), Connecticut (3.4%), New Hampshire (3.7%), Vermont (4.9%), New York (3.8%), Pennsylvania (2.7%), New Jersey (3.7%), Delaware (3.4%), Maryland (3.3%), Washington D.C. (10%)