A few testimonials of those who have found help through the hashtag and the website. Shared with permission.
Re: LRTs @charl_carles gave me the money necessary to order a new passport with updated gender markers. If you need it, there is help :)— Tammy™ (@DeltaGardner) November 17, 2016
The basics of writing about us and our work. For interviews and more details, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trans Law Help provides a list of verified resources available to trans people, with a particular focus on pro-bono legal help and passport & name change processes.
The Trans Law Help team is made up of many volunteers, all working to ensure resources are vetted and added to the site quickly, and that the site is easy to use and clear. A few key team members are listed here.
The founder of Trans Law Help (both this site & the original hashtag), Riley is a software engineer living in the midwest.
Sarah is a key member of the Trans Law Help web team, playing a crucial role in the site's launch and continued updates.
Trans Law Help's main focus is on vetting and compiling resources, so no funds are offered directly through this site.
Our previous funding partners have completed their efforts and distributed all their funds. If you need funds, we recommend applying at TransRelief, or starting a Youcaring fundraiser and tweeting with the hashtag #TransCrowdFund.
TransLawHelp.org is an online database of trans-positive legal resources for people living in the United States. The database is organized by state and includes a list of lawyers, notaries, and additional legal professionals who have identified themselves as resources for the trans community, as well as important forms and policy documents.
All inquiries can be addressed to email@example.com