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GRANT PROPOSALS SEARCH
The National March on Washington for
Lesbian and Gay Rights is calling for grant
proposals to disburse about $70,000 in surplus
funds in the national office accounts. Grants
will be awarded by the seven member
Executive Committee based on criteria
^proved by the 65 member national Steering
Committee.
"We were shocked to find that we had any
surplus funds given our struggles to raise
money before the October 11th march,"
reported Kay Ostberg, national co-chair in
Washington, DC, "however, the amount of
money we raised during the week of events
was evidence of the overwhelming success of
the March."
In order to be awarded a gant, a project
must be lesbian, gay and/or AIDS related and
have national or state significance. Proposals
for amounts up to $5,000 will be considered.
At least one naif of the recipients will be
lesbians and at least one quarter of the
recipients will be people of color. Preference
will be given to grass roots projects, projects
born of March organizing and projects
working toward one or more of the March
demands.
Those interested in applying for a grant
should get a copy of the request for proposals.
Write the March on Washington at P.O. Box
7781, Washington, DC, 20044 or call (202) 783-
1828. Grant proposal must be received by June
1,1988 to be considered.
LG HP
Post Office Box 3203
Durham, North Carolina 27705
919/683-2182
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North Carolina Lesbian
and Cay Health Project
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Groups, Buddy Program,
Lesbian Health, Community
Education and Support
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Valunteers Alwf^ Welcome
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TAe CciroCina Qay & LesSian
LAMBDA
J^sociation 9{ezvs[etter
Volume 14, Number 4
April 1988
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