The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law at Columbia Law School wants to express our gratitude for the communities that support our work and who engage in our programming. As we approach #GivingTuesday 2018, Tuesday, November 27th, we hope you will consider including the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law in your year-end giving.

In these times especially, we are particularly grateful to the grantors that have supported our work in the past, and to the alumni and student communities that support us, and inspire us to pursue research and develop programming that focuses on critical issues on the front lines of gender justice, LGBTQ rights, and the rights and experiences of multiply marginalized individuals and communities.

As we enter the holiday season, we ask our constituencies to think about us on #GivingTuesday. Our events, programs, and operations are predominantly supported by grants and through the generosity of individual donors, and we are committed to providing diverse, quality program to our communities free of charge, so our work remains accessible to all. With a small staff comprising 4 full-time employees, any support we receive is an enormous help to maintaining our operations and enabling us to continue our work.

If you would like to make a gift to the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law, you may do so via the Columbia Law School Giving Portal, or by sending a donation via mail.

To make a gift to the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law via the Columbia Law School Giving portal, navigate to the portal, here: https://law.givenow.columbia.edu/#, and enter the amount of your gift.  On the drop-down menu, for the “division,” select “Other – Law School” and type “Center for Gender & Sexuality Law” in the “Allocation Instructions” field.

To send a donation via mail, make a check or Money Order out to Columbia University in the City of New York. In the “Memo” line, note “The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law.” Donations sent via mail should be sent to the attention of the Center’s Associate Director, Elizabeth Boylan, at the following address:

The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law
Columbia Law School
435 West 116th Street, Mail Code E-9
New York, NY 10027

Thank you once again for all of your ongoing support.  We hope you will consider including the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law in your contributions this #GivingTuesday.


With sincere regards,

Professor Katherine Franke
Director, The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law

Elizabeth Boylan
Associate Director, The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law

Elizabeth Reiner Platt
Director, The Public Rights/Private Conscience Project

Kira Shepherd
Director, The Racial Justice Project

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