Support for Families Raising Gender Diverse and Transgender Children

Gender Odyssey Family is an annual conference for families who are working to navigate the day-to-day realities of raising a gender diverse or transgender child. As one of the only opportunities in the country to find valuable resources, information and networking opportunities, Gender Odyssey Family provides real tools to support and encourage your child’s gender self-discovery.

Last year’s conference was the most well-attended ever. Don’t miss out on this year’s gathering taking place August 24-27, 2017 at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center in Seattle.
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Double Thanksgiving 2016 Is Here!


Double Thanksgiving is Gender Diversity’s largest annual fundraising event and dollar-for-dollar matching opportunity.

From now until December 15, an incredible team of donors will match ALL FUNDS donated to Gender Diversity dollar-for-dollar up to $38,000! Donate Now or Learn More

Please have a look at last year’s programming to get an idea of the activities and workshops we offer:

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