The Jim Collins Foundation
Provides grants to transgender individuals who need, but cannot afford, gender-confirming surgeries.
Trans United with Family and Friends (TUFF)
Provides financial assistance towards transition costs for transgender individuals.
Welcoming Parents of Trans and Gender Nonconforming Children to PFLAG
National Center for Transgender Equality
Helps shelters understand how to become trans competent.
Supporting and Caring for our Gender-Expansive Youth
From HRC & Gender Spectrum.
Johanna Olson, MD, Medical Director, Center for Transyouth Health and Development, Children_s Hospital Los Angeles
Dr. Johanna Olson, of Children_s Hospital Los Angeles, created 24 wonderful videos about trans and gender non-conforming children. Great introduction and tips for a multitude of aspects of raising our magical kids. You have to sign in to watch, but so very worth it!
Exploring Gender Nonconformity and Transgender Experiences Through Books and Film
Check out this Reading and Documentary List for children and youth about gender, transgender and gender creativity
Becoming Me (Full Episode)
A documentary, Becoming Me, that showcases eight transgender and gender nonconforming children.
Gender Odyssey is an annual international conference focused on the needs and interests of transgender and gender diverse people.
Resources and education for families and schools, including a national conference.
Trans Youth Family Allies (TYFA)
Resources for kids, families and schools.
AC360 special report: The Sissy Boy Experiment
Trans Ally Workbook: Getting Pronouns Right and What It Teaches Us About Gender
The Transgender Teen by Stephanie Brill and Lisa Kenney
What do you do when your son announces he is transgender and asks that you call her by a new name? Or what if your child uses a term you’ve never heard of to describe themselves (neutrois, agender, non-binary, genderqueer, androgyne…) and when you didn’t know what they meant, they left the room and now won’t speak to you about it? Perhaps your daughter recently asked you not to use gendered pronouns when referring to ‘her’ anymore, preferring that you use “they”; you’re left wondering if this is just a phase, or if there’s something more that you need to understand about your child.