The dmhFund was established in 2004 to fund a variety of programs that foster education about HIV/AIDS, fight prejudice and discrimination, and deliver services to youth, seniors, and diverse constituencies within the LGBT community in the Philadelphia region.
Since our founding, we have given grants to important LGBT service organizations in Philadelphia including The William Way LGBT Community Center, The AIDS Fund, The Mazzoni Center, and The Attic Youth Center.
Additionally, the dmhFund spearheaded two flagship projects:
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A Place To Live
What does it mean to be a gay senior citizen trying to survive on limited resources in America? The documentary A Place to Live explores this issue by chronicling the development and construction of Triangle Square Hollywood, the country's first affordable housing facility for LGBT seniors and powerfully illustrates the need for senior housing. View the trailer here: