Uniting LGBTQ youth, straight allies, and the power of media in advocacy for a less unjust world
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MFPG is a nonprofit organization fully recognized as a charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code as well as by New York State, so your support is tax-deductible. Our main source of income is individual donations. So we hope you'll be generous in your support so that we can continue to produce OutCasting and OutCasting Overtime, public radio's LGBTQ youth programs. Monthly giving provides us with a steady stream of income, but we welcome non-recurring gifts as well, of course!
Please consider monthly giving. It's one of the best ways to ensure a steady funding stream for OutCasting and it's an easier way to make a significant donation. If you give $50 a month, that's a $600 annual donation to MFPG; $100 a month gets you over the $1,000 mark annually and turns you into a major donor. But whatever works best for you is fine.
After you give, please check with your employer to see if it has a matching gift program — many companies have one, and it's an easy way to leverage your donation to have a bigger benefit for MFPG.
We are actively seeking underwriters (businesses and nonprofit organizations) and Founding Supporters — people, businesses, foundations, and anyone else who wants to support LGBTQ youth and allies and their involvement with OutCasting through tax-deductible donations of any amount — and particularly major donations of $10,000 and above.
LGBTQ issues seen from the rarely heard perspectives of LGBTQ youth and straight allies — not by and for LGBTQ youth, but by LGBTQ youth and straight allies and for anyone who wants to better understand LGBTQ issues — parents, grandparents, kids, relatives, straight, LGBTQ, everyone!
... in-depth coverage of LGBTQ issues, featuring discussions with highly authoritative experts and people with compelling stories
... working extra hard to bring you commentaries, discussions, and perspectives from our youth participants
... having fun with the Ga[y]me Show, extra commentaries, and other behind-the scenes stuff
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