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You know can get email updates, news, and alerts about upcoming events from the Gay & Lesbian Fund of Vermont. Simply sign-up on our website (there is a Newsletter sign-up box right on our home page) or you can also sign up on our Facebook page. We look forward to staying in touch!

Transaction Fees Ended!

We are pleased to announce that the Gay & Lesbian Fund of Vermont will no longer be assessing transaction fees on any donations passed through the Fund by check or electronic fund transfer (EFT) through a bank. Every penny received by check or direct bank transfer will be forwarded through to the non-profit(s) of your choice. Because of the generous support we have from donors who include the Fund as a direct recipient of their giving, we’re able to eliminate these transaction fees and pass along your full donations to the non-profits that have earned your support.

We will impose a 3% transaction fee on donations received through PayPal. This is necessary to cover the fees assessed against the Fund by PayPal for their transmittal services.

Supporting Seniors in Grand Isle

Elderly and disabled citizens of Grand Isle County in northwestern Vermont have a strong ally in Champlain Islanders Developing Essential Resources (CIDER). The organization’s mission is to develop and foster resources that enable the people of Grand Isle County, Vermont to live in their community with dignity. Among their many services, CIDER operates the senior meals program, collects and loans special needs equipment such as walkers and wheelchairs, sponsors an end-of-life education and information program, provides exercise programs for older adults, coordinates volunteers building wheelchair ramps and other home accessibility programs, makes friendly visits and reassurance calls, provides tax and computer assistance, and a wide variety of other individualized services. This active community is a frequent designee of donors to the Gay and Lesbian Fund of Vermont, who appreciate the commitment of CIDER’s staff to spreading joy among their clients.

Have Justice – Will Travel

Have Justice – Will Travel , operating out of Vershire, provides legal, cultural, psychological, geographical, and economic services to victims of family violence in rural Vermont. Have Justice – Will Travel has been a frequent – and recent – designee of donors to the Gay and Lesbian Fund of Vermont.

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