Support Trans people in the workforce this Giving Tuesday

November 22, 2022

Giving Tuesday is a movement that unleashes the power of radical generosity around the world and here at TransTech, we unleash the power of radical change and growth within our community.

GivingTuesday reimagines a world built upon shared humanity and generosity. A shared goal for everyone in the world that believes change can and will happen through our shared experiences of understanding that we are better together.

This GivingTuesday we are sharing a call to action that echoes this meaning more than ever, we are offering you all a moment to share with us as we cultivate change and awareness around black and brown trans people thriving, learning new skills, and owning their power.

TransTech is an incubator for LGBTQ Talent with a focus on economically empowering the T, transgender people, in our community. At TransTech, we learn and work together to develop skills and value within marginalized LGBTQ communities.

To support us in our efforts for global change donate below:

Each of your donations will go directly to aid in our programming for our community members, our upcoming summit, and our trans-led staff.

Did you know?

Individual donors contribute over 33% of our budget. Even small donations of $20 or less make a big impact on our programs.

Meet Our Members

GROW x Rhys x Power2Fly

We had the unique opportunity to interview Rhys Tirado, a TransTech Social Enterprise Community Member and friend, about their journey with our early edition of G.R.O.W with TransTech and how the once Bootcamp, now turned program, gave them a valuable opportunity to take power into their own hands and become an advocate for their own …

Meet Ignacio

Ignacio G Hutía Xeiti Rivera, M.A., is a cultural sociologist with expertise in sexual trauma, healing, and liberation for marginalized populations. They are an internationally known gender non-conforming speaker, trainer, and consultant. Ignacio uses they/them/their pronouns and is a co-partner at The HEAL Project. In 2002, Ignacio publicly performed Lágrimas de Cocodrilo — a personal …