April 2022 - This report presents the results from our fourth quarterly pulse survey of 2021, highlighting the continuing impact of COVID-19 in disrupting key areas of both life and work for LGBTQI and allied movement organizations and their staff.
December 2021 - This report presents 2021 analysis of a nationally representative survey that finds LGBTQ people continue to be disproportionately impacted by COVID-19 and the Delta variant.
December 2021 - This report presents results from our Q3 pulse survey and demonstrates the impact of COVID-19 and the uncertainty that continues to mark how LGBTQI and allied organizations provide services and support to LGBTQI people.
September 2021 - This report presents results from our Q2 pulse survey and shows how LGBTQI and allied organizations have managed amid another resurgence of cases and the Delta variant of COVID-19.
June 2021 - This report uses survey data from Q1 2021 and provides LGBTQI and allied organizational reflections on 2020 overall and a first look at expectations for 2021.
January 2021 - This report uses survey data from November 2020 and provides the broadest view of the pandemic’s impact on LGBTQI and allied organizations in 2020.
December 2020 - MAP’s annual report on the financial health of national LGBTQI movement organizations examines both a fiscal year snapshot and historical trends in revenue and expenses, fundraising, and other indicators of financial health, as well as demographics of movement staff and boards. The 2020 report also includes early reporting on the initial impacts of COVID-19 on these major LGBTQI movement organizations’ finances.
December 2020 - This report presents new analysis of a nationally representative survey that finds LGBTQ people are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.
October 2020 - MAP’s biennial survey of LGBTQ community centers in the U.S., conducted in partnership with CenterLink, examines the centers’ operating hours, budgets, capacity, program expenses, community outreach, policy work, physical and mental health programs, and more. The 2020 report also includes analysis of how, at the time of the survey (mid-2020), LGBTQ centers were responding to and impacted by COVID-19.
September 2020 - This report examines the impact of COVID-19 on LGBTQI and allied organizations.
May 2020 - Older adults in the United States are at increased risk for contracting COVID-19. They are particularly vulnerable without access during the pandemic to the health care resources and social structures that contribute to overall wellness. This is especially true for the 1.1 million LGBTQ people who are ages 65 and older living across the country.