Our Sponsors are more than just donors, they have supported us over the years to be able to provide more to the community every year. We believe it is these amazing organizations and people that make the work we do possible.
Brooke Sullivan, President, The T-Spot, Inc.

Family Health Care Centers of San Diego

Finding a trans-informed medical provider is important. Transgender individuals face a unique range of issues and health disparities, and we at Family Health Centers of San Diego pride ourselves on our commitment to providing quality trans-informed services to the community.

Being trans-informed includes educating our office staff about transgender issues and etiquette in order to provide a professional medical environment. We strive to ensure our patients receive quality care through a direct and long-term relationship with their chosen provider and health care team. This team is respectful of, and responsive to, individual patient preferences. When you call or message us, you will be directed to our confidential, trans-friendly staff who understands the needs of the transgender community.

To schedule an appointment with our Transgender Patient Advocate,
call (619) 876-4462 or email transhealth@fhcsd.org

The Imperial Court of San Diego

The International Imperial Court System (IICS) also known as the International Court System is one of the oldest and largest LGBT organizations in the world. The Imperial Court System is a grassroots network of organizations that works to build community relationships for equality and raise monies for charitable causes through the production of annual Gala Coronation Balls that invite an unlimited audience of attendees to be presented at Royal Court in their fanciest attire throughout North America along with numerous other fundraisers each year, all for the benefit of their communities. The Imperial Court System is the second largest LGBT organization in the world, surpassed only by the Metropolitan Community Church.[1]

San Diego Pride

Formed in 1974 as a sponsored program of The Center for Social Services, we produced the first Lesbian and Gay Parade in San Diego to celebrate the 1969 Stonewall Rebellion on New York’s Christopher Street. San Diego Pride incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 1994, and today it continues to bring together the skills, talents and vision of our diverse community through numerous programs.

San Diego Pride raises funds primarily through Music Festival ticket and beverage sales, sponsorships and exhibitor fees. This supports San Diego Pride’s community philanthropy which has distributed more than $2 million in advancement of its mission to foster pride in and respect for all LGBT people locally, nationally, and globally.

The Neutral Corner

Neutral Corner, founded in 1985, is the oldest transgender organization in San Diego. We serve trans and gender nonconforming individuals by hosting meetings, fundraising, organizing events, and educating the broader community on trans issues. Neutral Corner is working toward a world where every person is accepted without judgment, regardless of gender identity or expression.

UCSD AntiViral Research Center

The UC San Diego AntiViral Research Center (AVRC) develops and conducts innovative research that enhances the quality and duration of life for people living with or affected by HIV infection and other infections of global significance. The award-winning research center is an established leader in San Diego’s HIV research community and is well known for its HIV testing programs. Internationally, the AVRC extends its research and education programs to Africa, Asia, and South America.

Trans Family Support Services

ransFamily Support Services helps youth and their families make the gender transitioning process the most positive experience possible. TFSS provides services such as family coaching, assistance with healthcare and insurance issues, navigating the legal system, and advocating for resources and support at schools. At a systemic level, TFSS raises awareness and advocates for transgender acceptance in the social, medical, educational, media and legal communities.