Pastiche Foundation

Gender Variance made Simple

From our Facebook page – New New NEWS!

Project Pastiche is now Pastiche Foundation… we have filed for Washington Nonprofit Corporation status and should hear from the Secretary of State’s office in a few days. We’ve got a Federal EIN and it looks like the next step will be to get Federal Exemption.

This is really happening, people! We are blowing up like woah! We’re going to keep raising funds for surgical and hormonal treatment for Gender Variant individuals.

Other goals include establishing consulting practices for academic/business/communit

y/human services/mental health/municipal/religious/social organizations on Gender Variance. This will not only create a more just and safe world for Gender Variant folks, the funds obtained will create a drop-in center for LGBTQQIA adults in Olympia. We’ll also be able to provide crisis/preventative referral services for our clients, as well as provide peer counseling that can ease feelings of isolation.

One of our next steps involves obtaining grants for Pastiche. Do you have grant request writing experience, or know someone who does? Please contact me and let me know.

Do you know any Event Insurance providers? We need insurance for an upcoming Fundraising event. Please give me the person’s information!

Thank you again for being part of Pastiche!

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June 10, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

4 Comments »

  1. Wow. This is wonderful.

    Comment by Nikki Dreams | June 10, 2009 | Reply

    • Hello, Nikki, and thank you!

      These administrative changes will not take from the mission of Pastiche, but add to it. I’m still seeking interested volunteers that want to run fundraisers across the country with my help, as well as people that will share the Project with others and encourage them to give! Please share Pastiche on Twitter, Facebook, via email, and word of mouth (often the most effective)!

      Comment by projectpastiche | June 10, 2009 | Reply

  2. This is cool cool news …

    Comment by DrNickydafin | June 12, 2009 | Reply

    • Thanks Dr. Nick! This is such an exciting project and I’m blessed to have people in my life that help me make my dreams a reality 😉

      Comment by projectpastiche | June 12, 2009 | Reply


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