LGBTQ+ Equality

SocialOffset was founded on the core value of equality for the LGBTQ+ community and partners with local organizations to counter harmful politicized spending, policy, and rhetoric. We partner with those working to ensure the physical and mental safety, and wellbeing of all who identify as LGBTQ+. 

So, you can feel comfortable knowing your travel dollars spent are offsetting anti-LGBTQ+ policy by supporting nonprofits who are protecting our community and driving inclusivity.

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Equality Florida is the largest civil rights organization dedicated to securing full equality for Florida's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) community.

Open Arms

Open Arms has been serving the Concho Valley over 28 years. We are proud to offer our victim services, education and LGBT+ support to the 170,000 residents of Tom Green County and its ten surrounding counties by providing prevention, education, advocacy, and a safe place to foster healing for survivors of sexual violence and gender discrimination.

Up to 40,000 people without homes die every year in the U.S. At least 20 people experiencing homelessness die every single day in America, in cars, tents, shelters, and in the streets. Almost all of these deaths are preventable.

Source: National Health Care for the Homeless Council

These increasingly visible realities of homelessness can also stand in stark contrast to the reputation and desirability of your event destination.

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million Americans are low-income earners, resulting in housing insecurity. 1-in-14 school age students have insecure housing.
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people in America are living in a state of homelessness.

Source: White House

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of people who are homeless are kids, and 42% of those children identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community.

Source: Street Kids

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of unhoused people are Black, a huge disparity from the 13% Black representation in the total US population.

Source: Forbes

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of homeless individuals are male, and of those men 40% are veterans.

Source: HUD Exchange

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of people who are homeless in the U.S. live in Washington DC, New York, Hawaii, Oregon, and California

Source: White House

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