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If you are interested in supporting the Office of LGBT Life and all of the amazing opportunities available to students through our campus organizations, consider donating to the Office of LGBT Life. Donations can be made to the Office of LGBT Life Fund as well as specific named funds.

The OUTLaw Fund provides funding to maximize professional development for Emory University’s LGBTQ students in the School of Law as well as provide educational opportunities for the entire Emory community related to sexuality and gender issues in the law. The OUTLaw Fund was launched in 2014 and supported by the Office of LGBT Life.

For those involved in GALA, consider donating to the Emory GALA Leadership Fund. Awarded to a current or upcoming leader in the undergraduate LGBTQ community, the GALA Leadership Fund helps cover educational expenses of current Emory undergraduate students. The scholarship rewards students for their hard work and encourages them to continue in the future.

The Daniel D. Adame Student Leadership Fund and the J. Michael Aycock Student Leadership Development Fund help students develop their leadership potential. Started by Emory alumni, both funds show the dedication our alumni have for current students.

If you are interested in developing your own named fund, contact lgbt@emory.edu.

Perpetuate your lifetime giving by providing for the Office of LGBT Life in your estate plan or by establishing a life income gift. Such contributions not only help ensure the future of supporting LGBT students at Emory, but can also result in appealing tax and income benefits for you. For information on bequests and life income gifts, please contact Emory's Office of Gift Planning

Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Life Fund

Office of LGBT Life Logo

Purpose: The purpose of the Office of LGBT Life Fund is to supplement the Office's annual budget and provide financial support for newly formed programs, such as the Queer Connections mentoring program. Funds are used to purchase resources for the Office's lending library, student computers, and other programmatic needs.

Emory Report, September 2011-Office of LGBT Life takes pride in 20 years of growth and service

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Please note: The Office is currently raising funds through the GALA Legacy Fund. Please select "Campus Life" from the drop-down menu for "Select Direction" and "GALA Legacy Fund" from the drop-down menu for "Select Fund."

 

Emory OUTLaw Fund

Emory OUTLaw
Emory OUTLaw Pre-Pride Awards Social

Purpose: The Emory OUTLaw Fund provides funding to maximize professional development for Emory University’s LGBTQ students in the School of Law as well as provide educational opportunities for the entire Emory community related to sexuality and gender issues in the law.

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Dr. Daniel D. Adame Leadership Fund (Endowment)

Malcolm Bruni 92C & Dr. Daniel D. Adame
Malcolm Bruni
92C & Dr. Daniel D. Adame

Purpose: This fund provides stipends to support leadership opportunities for two LGBT students or allies each year. In keeping with the values of the fund's namesake, Daniel D. Adame Leadership Fund recipients will pursue opportunities related to physical, mental, emotional, social, spiritual or environmental health.

Emory Report, June 2011-Alumnus honors mentor with leadership fund

Campaign Emory, May 2011-Alumnus Creates Leadership Fund to Honor Mentor

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J. Michael Aycock Leadership Fund (Endowment)

Barry Baker 81MR 09B & Michael Aycock 66Ox 69C 82G
Barry Baker
81MR 09B & Michael Aycock
66Ox 69C 82G

Purpose: This fund supports leadership opportunities and increases the leadership potential for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender undergraduate students.

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GALA Leadership Award (Endowment)

GALA Leadership Award Founders Circle 2009
GALA Leadership Award Founders Circle
2009

Purpose: This annual scholarship is given to an undergraduate student who has demonstrated leadership to positively impact the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer communities at Emory University.

Emory Report, March 2010-Scholarship recipient shows his Emory pride

Emory Report, April 2009-Emory junior gets first LGBT leadership scholarship

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