National LGBT Movement Report

The Bottom Line

The National LGBT Movement Report, published annually by MAP, examines revenue and expenses, fundraising and fundraising efficiency, and other indicators of financial health for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) social justice advocacy, issue, legal, research and public education organizations. The 2017 National LGBT Movement Report provides a comprehensive snapshot of the financial health of 39 LGBT social justice organizations. See MAP's press release for key findings.

2017 Report Infographics

2017 Participating Organizations

Basic Rights Oregon
Campaign for Southern Equality
Equality California
Equality Federation
Equality Florida
Equality Maine
Family Equality Council
Freedom for All Americans
Funders for LGBTQ Issues
GBLTQ Legal Advocates and Defenders (GLAD)
Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund and Institute
Genders and Sexualities Alliance Network
Human Rights Campaign and Foundation (HRC)
Immigration Equality
Lambda Legal Defense
Log Cabin Republicans & Liberty Education Forum
Movement Advancement Project
National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR)
National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE)
National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA)
New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project
Out & Equal Workplace Advocates
PFLAG National
Point Foundation
Reconciling Ministries Network
Southerners on New Ground
Sylvia Rivera Law Project
The National LGBTQ Task Force
Transgender Law Center
The Trevor Project
(One organization preferred not to be listed.)


  • Movement Advancement Project

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Sexual Orientation Policy Tally

The term “sexual orientation” is loosely defined as a person’s pattern of romantic or sexual attraction to people of the opposite sex or gender, the same sex or gender, or more than one sex or gender. Laws that explicitly mention sexual orientation primarily protect or harm lesbian, gay, and bisexual people. That said, transgender people who are lesbian, gay or bisexual can be affected by laws that explicitly mention sexual orientation.

Gender Identity Policy Tally

“Gender identity” is a person’s deeply-felt inner sense of being male, female, or something else or in-between. “Gender expression” refers to a person’s characteristics and behaviors such as appearance, dress, mannerisms and speech patterns that can be described as masculine, feminine, or something else. Gender identity and expression are independent of sexual orientation, and transgender people may identify as heterosexual, lesbian, gay or bisexual. Laws that explicitly mention “gender identity” or “gender identity and expression” primarily protect or harm transgender people. These laws also can apply to people who are not transgender, but whose sense of gender or manner of dress does not adhere to gender stereotypes.

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