A nonprofit organization

261 donors

TIGERRS is a volunteer-run organization whose mission is to fill critical gaps in support for transgender, intersex and gender-expansive people in the Twin Cities.

As people who come from those communities, we understand how seriously underserved we are and we know from experience what it takes to make successful programs that serve and uplift us.

We are honored to be fiscally sponsored by Family Tree Clinic!

Here's a breakdown of what we're currently working on!

Youth Programs

  • Teen TIGERs is a weekly youth-led social support group for trans/intersex/gender-expansive teens. The youth develop social and leadership skills by planning their own activities, which have included learning queer science, hearing from professionals about HRT and other gender-related care, and going on outings to local events and theaters. Currently conducted totally online!
  • Little TIGERs is a monthly social support group for trans/intersex/gender-expansive youth ages 12 and under. Kids and their parents/guardians connect with resources and other families together in a safe, positive space. Currently on hiatus during lockdown!

Intergenerational Events

  • We put on inclusive and accessible community events for people of all ages.

Intersex Services

  • We are in the process of developing programming and other services for the intersex community.
  • Stay tuned for more info!

In the future, we plan to deepen and broaden our current programming, expand our services in response to community need and (hopefully!) pay the organizing crew for our work.

Right now, we're focused on building a solid, sustainable, scalable organization that can maintain our programs and prepare for growth. For more info about who we are and what we're up to, please check out our website!

Our first priority is continuing to consistently deliver our existing programs, and we need your dollars to do it! Here's what your donation will help fund.

Youth Programs

  • Food
  • Arts and crafts supplies
  • OUTings (field trips)
  • Storage
  • Guest facilitators with specialized knowledge

Intergenerational Events

  • Transport for attendees from our youth programs
  • Admission costs for low-income attendees
  • Food
  • Art supplies
  • Registration fees
  • Tabling supplies

Organizational Infrastructure

  • Website and domain
  • Printing expenses
  • Other boring stuff, like staples

No other organization in Minnesota does the work we do. There's nothing we want more than to deliver amazing services to our communities and, with your help, we can do it.

We appreciate your love and support!

Organization Data


Organization name



Children & Family Community

LGBTQ+ Serving

LGBTQ+ Serving


1919 Nicollet Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55403